Blush Novelties recently made a commitment to having each and every product in their line tested for material safety. Here's to hoping more manufacturers follow suit! These toys by Blush are all made of 100% body-safe silicone. You can get them at Peep Show Toys. Sex Toys Made of Hard (ABS) Plastic
Dangerous And Toxic Sex Toy & Dildo Materials. Let’s pivot to the nasty stuff that still floats around the world of sex toys. These materials can do actual damage to your body either immediately or over time, and you need to be vigilant about avoiding them. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
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Many sex bloggers and sex therapists suggest using a condom on potentially dangerous sex toys. However, this isn't a perfect solution, as there are reports on the internet of chemicals leaching through condoms.
Although there is not scientific literature analyzing the body safety of various sex toy materials, there are some materials that consumers may choose to avoid. Some toys are made with phthalates.
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Sex toys made of glass are a breeze in maintenance and care since you can literally boil them to sterilize. No stress. Glass wands are unharmed by temperatures, but very receptive of the latest, which means temperature play with those little bad boys is unbelievable.
For example, safety concerns have emerged over phthalates – chemicals found in sex toys and other products to soften plastic and increase flexibility.
It has a pungent odor and can cause allergic reactions. If you buy a rubber sex toy, be sure to use it with a condom because it is porous. PVC and vinyl: These are both cheap materials that contain phthalates. They are commonly used in sex toys to make them soft and more affordable.
Silicone is my #1 recommended sex toy material. Non-porous and non-toxic. Won’t leech out anything, won’t melt when touching other toys…it’s an inert, stable material.
While jelly material makes sex toys flexible, they almost always have include phthalates along with a number of other negatives. So if you really find a sex toy that appeals to you and it is listed as using a jelly material, check with the seller on if it contains phthalates.