Since silicone dildos are in high demand, Lovehoney decided to dedicate a majority of its resources on manufacturing new sex toys that are entirely silicone based. A Lovehoney bestseller is the Lovehoney Curved Silicone Suction Cup Dildo 7-Inch, and you can buy it for less than $30, which is unheard of when it comes to a 100% silicone dildo.
As a rule of thumb, silicone-based lubricants are never a correct fit for silicone dildos. So, you want to go for either water-based lubricant or oil-based lubricant. It is more advisable to go for the water-based lubricant.
In addition, the fine quality, platinum silicone used to make them is 100% body safe, phthalates free and compatible with water-based lubricant. This diverse collection showcases some of Sinnovator’s bestselling animal dildos, huge dildos, fisting dildos and more.
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Often referred to as the Cadillac of sex toys, a silicone dildo is soft and pleasing to the touch. Silicone is the quintessential material used for designer sex toys. Despite the plush material, silicone doesn't contain any pores, so it's hypoallergenic and incredibly easy to clean.
First, silicone dildos combine the firmness of rubber for easier penetration with the flexibility of TPE/TPR for added comfort. Sex toy manufacturers can even tweak the formula to make silicone dongs firmer or more flexible – making it even easier to find a sex toy that fits your needs.
The dildos are a firmer single density silicone so not 100% realistic in that regard. But the textures and balls are realistic, and we like the removable suction cup solution if you want to use these with a harness.
The best silicone for your DIY sex toys The only type of silicone safe for penetration is platinum cure silicone and the most popular supplier amongst indie sex toy makers is Smooth-On. Now, Smooth-On makes all sorts of silicones that are unsafe for sex, so make sure you double-check before investing in buckets of it.
Water-based lubricants should be used with jelly, PVC, and silicone dildos. Glass, metal, and plastic dildos can use silicone lubricant. Always read the manufacturer’s instructions in case they recommend a specific type of lubricant.
Silicone-based I have seen no melting or dissolving effects of using silicone lubes on my toys in all these years, but I went back and forth on the safety of using them with my silicone toys in the early days, because other producers of silicone toys have warned against it for a long time, and still do.