Before diving with it you might try it at home first while standing in the shower or bath.
For personal fit you can cut/shape the contactarea of the She-P to fit best for your body. Remove only little pieces as you would do with drysuit seals. Cutting off too much is a problem 😉

Attach adhesive on the contact area. A small volume is enough but make sure it’s around the whole area and not just little dots of adhesive. Some more glue at the back is important.

If you use Hollister spray: Spray on, spread into an even film on the whole ‘wing’ area, wait till tacky (this can take a few minutes) and place – back first, as far back as basically possible without covering the anus.

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Remove the She-P and put it in a small plastic bag until you can clean it. Be careful while removing the She-P. There might still be a little pee in so make sure you keep the tube-part closed while removing it. Clean the p-valve with vinegar or warm water with disinfectant. Let the She-P soak in warm water with disinfectant for 5 minutes and rinse well.

Can you keep the layer of glue on for several days?
– Yes you can. Some even leave it on for 3 weeks. Then clean your She-P every day with water and alcohol to keep it hygienic. Put a new layer of glue on every day, the She-P will be very sticky. Afterwards: You can put a couple of adhesive removal towelettes on top of the device, and then seal it in a Ziploc bag for a few hours of a night. Then use another towelette to wipe off the adhesive. It comes off fairly easily that way. Be very careful not to tear the She-P.

Reaction from customer:
“No problem to leave it 3 weeks and use it every day. I rinse it with water each day and let it dry properly before I apply the next layer of glue.
When I remove old glue I just try to peel the old glue off (but always careful to avoid damage). When you use whatever glue remover, make sure to rinse rests of it and clean the she-p with soap before using it again.”

Reaction from customer:
Bandaid effect after about 4 days makes removal interesting ouch. If you are using spray glue Hollister do a glue removal spray I cover it in. This and then put in ziplock back for a few hours or overnight and it cleans off easily

Remove Hollister Spray from the She-P

Remover wipes from Smith&Nephew or AllKare (Convatec) do not harm your skin or affect the She-P silicone

Remove Hollister spray from your skin

  • Remover wipes from Smith&Nephew or Allkare (Convatec)
  • Baby oil

Available in USA

TRIAD adhesive tape remover pads. Use alcohol wipes to ‘sterilize’ the She-P afterwards, or just before use


Use untested adhesives at your own risk, some adhesives contain chemicals that may damage your She-P. Don’t use Detachol adhesive remover to clean your She-P. Detachol turnes Hollister spray and Urobond IV into a gummy and weak non-sticking product and makes your She-P useless. It’s extremely difficult to remove the Detachol from the silicone.

For one or another reason peeing in a wetsuit seems easier than peeing in a drysuit. You really need to focus to start peeing and it can take a while before it workes. So yes, it definitely needs practice.

It’s the same for putting the She-P in place. After using it a few times it will go very fast and takes you 2-3 minutes to install the She-P at the dive site.

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Urobond V

This brush-on Silicone Adhesive is a pressure sensitive adhesive specifically formulated for unique bonding applications.

Hollister Spray

This is also a very sticky adhesive.

Look at Laura’s video how to apply and clean the She-P (this video is about the Hollister spray)

Hair removal on the place where the She-P contacts the skin is important to get a proper seal which prevents for leakages. You don’t have to do it every day though and you don’t have to shave everything. About once a week works well enough.
Yes you have a lightly “stuffy” feeling during the first dives. Although it’s only a small device women are not used to have anything in that area. And same as when wearing a diaper, you will feel the She-P too. For this reason the She-P is made from a soft and flexible material and doesn’t give pressure on your skin or bones. After using it for a while you will get used to it though. Swimming, driving a car and scootering are absolutely no problem while wearing a She-P.

In the beginning you might do it at home or in a restroom because you need some more time installing it. After using it for a while it takes you probable 2-3 minutes for preparation and installing the She-P. Some girls prepare the She-P, adhesive and tape while standing next to their car (with the drysuit hanging on it to have some privacy ;-))

If you choose to install the She-P at home it’s more comfortable to stay away from very thight jeans.

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You can wear your She-P during long dives or even when you’re doing multiple dives a day. Install it in the morning and remove it after the last dive. If you want to pee in between dives you can do it the “male-way”: look for a tree and pee while standing :-). Standing in the water or floating on your belly at the surface works fine too.

On the contrary, some suitsqueeze makes everything stay in place perfect. I always use a small sanitary diaper on top in case there is a small leakage. Just test it as soon as you enter the water. Then you know if everything is in place and can correct if needed.

There is no maximum number of times, you can use the She-P for months or years. The most important part is to keep it very clean and disinfect after every use. Keep the She-P away from direct sunlight as that will affect the material.

Be careful when you remove the She-P from your skin to prevent tears.

Yes you can scooter with it and there are no issues with dislodging. If anything, the crotch strap holds things even more ‘in place’.

The routing is exactly like guys who point their package “north”. There is more than enough hose standard with the Halcyon streamlined valve to reach where it needs to go.  For convenience sake if women feel that connecting is difficult (and not having to rummage in your drawers quite so much) I have been recommending either a quick disconnect or a 4″ piece of scrap neoprene or silicon tubing as an extension if women feel the length on the She-P is an issue, also in theory this spares wear on the outlet of the She-P.

hose routing she pee

Example of hoserouting (on the inside of the dry suit)

Placement of Quick disconnect 4″ of norprene tube, notice with the barbed fittings back in play, no need for extra tape This works MUCH better… Super easy to hook up, and plastic parts away from girl parts and pubic bone.

She-P side with “Flow through” connection, Suit side still on suspender. Do NOT forget to hook up!

  • For girls getting a bruise on pubic bone from the device; make sure your buckle on their DUI suit crotch strap is not lined up directly with the device.
  • For women getting a rash from the norprene hose, either tuck shirt behind device or poke hole in back up diaper if you are using one,
    otherwise use ‘boy’ style long johns 🙂

    1. You can use two strings and put one on the left and one on the right on the She-P tube. Pull the strings high up between your butt.
    2. Use some extra tape on the back.
    3. Put the normal amount of spray on your She-P and put some extra at the backside (with your finger) on your skin.
      You now have two layers on the backside.
    4. Be sure your skin and She-P are completely dry, no residues of water or remover solutions.Some information from a long therm user:
      1. Glue is sticky. Don’t be shy. Glue on both surfaces (you and She-P) is more effective than glue on one surface. Give it time to ‘cure’.

      2. Sticking at the back is my ‘weak’ point too. I like to hold the She-P firmly in place at the back when I stand up from the squatting application position. The She-P will be making a strong reverse U shape as it gets wedged right up in place when your legs are together and you’re standing upright.

      3. Do a pressure test when application is complete. Gently squeeze cup then put your finger over the tube. If you’ve got a seal the cup won’t pop back out. I’ll even do a little jiggle dance while doing the test. Because it’s good to start each diving day with a boogie, and because if my She-P application can’t make it through a little jiving at this point, then there’s no way it will make it through a full day of lugging tanks, diving etc. I want a stick that’s going to last a solid 10 hours of activity.

      4. Do not give up. You’ve got this.

Sort of yes and no. The Classic She-P will fit 95% of the girls. The She-P 3.0 is a bit larger in front, so you can consider this as a ‘XL’ She-P. If you are not sure about the size, you can always ask in the Facebook group or use the contact button.

The key is to pee when you get into the water with the She-P hooked up and you should see the bubbles of air get pushed out. This should clear the majority of air out of the device reservoir. If your valve is ‘balanced’ then it will equalize with your suit (meaning air will go into hose from the balancing valve) but this is OK because the pee already in the She-P device should prevent ‘squeeze’.

If you use a scrotch strap on your diving harness, you might loosen it a bit. And also make sure you don’t dive in too much squeeze in your dry suit.

The She-P is warranted one year against manufacturing defects , from date of purchase. For warranty service and assistance, you can contact the place of purchase to arrange for replacement of the product.

The She-P and menstrual cup work great together. Just consider that you can’t empty the cup while you’re wearing the She-P. Make sure to thoroughly rinse the whole system afterwards.

This topic has been discussed many times over the past 10 years but because of concerns about the mounting piles of plastic choking our landfills and oceans we have decided as a manufacturer to not pursue this course of action. We totally understand that a cheap disposable would lower the bar for entry (did the market research) but came to the conclusion that protecting the planet is more important to us than sales.

If you have piercings down below, it’s not necessary to remove them. The reservoir part is pretty big and unless it’s a big piercing, it would be no problem.  A vertical hood piercing is no problem either.

Comment of a She-P user: I’ve used a She P with multiple piercings and never removed them, it depends where you’re pierced. If you had anything on the outer sides then they would need to remove them, otherwise it would be pretty tricky to pull the She-P away from the skin with the glue stuck to your jewellery”

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The She-P is made by Heleen, in the Netherlands. Handmade for real, one by one.

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