So when my friend, Richard Lonski told me that he completed a birthday challenge that included something like a hundred laps – and he did NOT destroy his hands – because he used Friction Labs ClimbSkin, that got my attention.
Just so you know my biases, I have an affiliate account with Frictions Labs. They make excellent chalk – it is worth trying if you are serious about improving your climbing. You might like it; you might not. That’s okay.
Keah Kalantari is one of the Founders at Frictions Labs – he shipped me a container of ClimbSkin at no cost to me. He didn’t request a review in return for the ClimbSkin. I did this experiment with ClimbSkin of my own accord.
ClimbSkin Review Pros and Cons: Here is My Experience
- ClimbSkin really works. An Example: I spent 6 hours working on a horizontal roof problem with little skin damage and nearly no skin soreness afterwards.
- You only use a little bit with each application. It should last many months for the average climber who climbs 3 to 4 times per week.
- Friction Labs offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee
- Many, many testimonials of real, satisfied customers
- Solid owner, solid team behind it
- You don’t need to be a climber to benefit from ClimbSkin
Testimonial from a Nurse I know through THE Climbing Community
- Chemicals in the ingredients
- On sale ClimbSkin costs $20 per ounce
- Your skin might become too callused (You must add an emery board to your kit.)
- The label states: Topic[al] Use Only
ClimbSkin Review Pros and Cons: How I Set Up My Experiment
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