Bodyglide Skin Lubricant 1.3 oz.

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Bodyglide Skin Lubricant 1.3 oz. - Prevent chafing and blisters on your feet, hands, and all over with this all-natural, non-petroleum skin lubricant. It's non-greasy, non-oily, and won't clog your pores, so perspiration can still escape. It creates a smooth hypoallergenic protective barrier that is water, sweat, and abrasion resistant. Use it before trouble starts and you can dance the night away (or run, bike, paddle, climb...)


  • Deodorant-style stick application
  • Lubricates and moisturizes to fight friction, rubbing, dry skin, and saddle sores
  • Weighs 1.3 oz.
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Hint:Apply this to your body before donning a wet suit, and you'll find that it's much easier to put the garment on and take it off.

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Bodyglide Skin Lubricant 1.3 oz. Reviews:


Great stuff

This is a great product. I use it for long runs and bike rides. The only trouble I've had is that it melts if left in your car. I guess that's to be expected, but I hadn't thought of it when I packed it one morning for an afternoon run/bike and it was EVERYWHERE! That, however, is user error, not a problem with the product. It does what it says: I've had no hot spots, blisters, raw areas since I started using it.
Alex at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2007

Never fails

I've used body glide since my senior year of highschool and won't go out in running shorts with out it. Trained for a marathon with it,, does need reapplication after 3 or 4 hours of high activity. The small size is react to throw in a small pack for reapplications.
Brigitte the gear skeptic at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2012

Delivers as promissed on the water

Since using this in the area of my lower back where the kayak seat back band and my paddling shorts overlap I no longer get chafing abrasions. Easy to apply and very effective, I use it on every outing (three to four times a week).
puzzlepax at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2006

Highly Recommend

I thought this product was great, I tend to get blisters all the time when I walk in my sneakers on the treadmill I had been using blister pads but it got so expensive, I found this through fitness magazine and now I'm hooked!
dee at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2006

Attention surfers!

If you surf in a wetsuit your neck probably gets torn up by the collar the same way mine does. A little Body Glide around your neck will prevent this for a 3 hour surf session. I wont surf without it.
rdj at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2007

Life Saver Product

I used the Body Glide as I walked 39 miles in the Avon Breast Cancer Walk in Summit County. It worked very well.

I will purchase it again next year.
DeAnna at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2008

Saved my skin

Body Glide is a terrific product. It makes running longer distances much more comfortable. I recommend it to anyone to has ever been chaffed or rubbed the wrong way!!
JimZ at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2006

good product great for river boots

I have used this product for (3) years and do not go into aq river without my river boots. this product aids in putting on my boots.
sparky at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2009

Works as advertised

Eliminated chafing during golf (a.k.a. five-mile hike). No mess or fragrance or anything like that. Goes on like a stick of deodorant.
Dave L. at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2006

Does the job!

My heels blister easily and this product seems to reduce the problem without gunking up my socks.
toesnorth at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2007