If the delivery time was over 1 month, because it has been sealed up in a plastic bag and box, the lack of air can also cause this issue. This has nothing to do with the quality of the doll and the solution to fix and repair your silicone-like TPE doll is very easy. Though this happens more often with the cheapest dolls, do not be surprised if this affliction is something that you might encounter. Especially now with the coronavirus and long shipping times, the chances of this occurring are higher than usual, and it could happen to anyone. Please do not throw out your real doll. There is a very simple and easy solution. And you won’t need to spend more on ‘fake’ doll repair kits or buy a new one either. Just stay patient and buy a bottle of baby oil. So either your real doll has cracked skin or a very tacky, powdery dry body, a body oiling is enough to get her back on track. Depending on how serious the issue is, you can revitalize your doll lover’s skin in about 30-60minutes. In addition to the body oil or baby oil, what you will require is a towel (which you don’t plan on using again) or body-safe wet wipes. The towel solution is faster and more convenient but the wet wipes are cheaper and you won’t feel bad throwing out a perfectly good towel. Put your newly purchased doll on a table, the ground, or some other stable surface. If you have the original packaging, put the plastic cover or the other packaging materials underneath her. This will protect the surface underneath her from getting oily. Get a latex glove if there’s one around. Your hands will thank you. Now wet the towel or wet wipes with the body oil. Be as generous with the oil as you can. If you want this to be over as fast as possible, use as much as humanly, and in the case of your doll non-humanly possible. the towel or the wet wipes firmly but don’t force it. As long as it slides on the body of the TPE doll, it’s good. When it’s met with resistance, more oil is required.
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