Kinesiology tape can help stabilise or relieve pain from minor injuries, so it’s popular among runners and other athletes. But since the tape puts adhesive on a large area of your body, removing it poses the same problems as removing a giant band-aid.
This infographic, along with this article from Airrosti, gives two ways to remove the tape. Both involve a hot shower, where the heat and water help to loosen the glue. Soaking the tape with baby oil beforehand, as explained in the first method, makes removal even easier.
How to Remove Kinesiology Tape [Airrosti]