Rubber: This latex material is commonly used to make dildos. It has a pungent odor and can cause allergic reactions. 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.
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Body-Safe Sex Toy Materials. The materials in this category are the ones Peepshow Toys stocks, because they’re safe for internal use and can be sanitized between uses and between partners (see the next section, “Cleaning Your Body-Safe Toys,” for more details). Silicone is the only body-safe material that can be soft and flexible.
Jelly, glass, PVC, unpolished stone – these materials all become sex toys that purveyors encourage us to slide inside our bodies. But consumers can’t take sex toy creators and sellers at their word. It’s up to buyers to protect their private regions and not be afraid to say: “No way am I sticking that up in me.”
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Body-safe dildos, dongs, and adult toys. Dildos provide a more realistic kind of experience. The best dildos are made with silicone, metal, glass, and wood.
While there are many comprehensive body-safe material guides out there for detailed reference, the safest and most common sex toy materials are non-porous: silicone, stainless steel, and glass. Non-porous, as opposed to porous sex toys, do not harbor bacteria which means that when you clean them off, you're cleaning off all the bacteria.
Silicone will have a silky feel to it and be a smidge pricier than ABS plastic, which is also body-safe but less soft to the touch. Again, glass and metal are going to be pricier, but friction-free. The takeaway here: "Even if you're on a budget, never compromise your safety.
Wood and Stone Sex Toys. Less commonly, you can find sex toys in other non-porous materials, including specially treated wood and even stone. These toys are beautiful and unique in addition to being body safe. This is the NobEssence Seduction sculpted wood dildo. Beautiful and body-safe - we're in! You can get it at Peep Show Toys. Is this sex toy toxic?
Silicone is my favorite body-safe dildo material because it’s the only one that doesn’t have to be really hard! Not all silicone is the same: higher shore durometers of silicone can still be pretty damn firm. (Check out my Silicone Dildo Firmness Guide for more info.)
If you’re a realistic-dildo fanatic, 100% silicone is your only safe option. Anal plugs and beads also come in glass and stainless steel, which is great too. If you want penis sleeves, Tenga and Fleshlight are your best bet.
Silicone has become one of the most popular sex toy materials in recent years thanks to its ultra-soft velvet feel. Not only that, but silicone is also hypoallergenic, body-safe, and easy to clean. If you have sensitive skin, consider choosing from this selection of premium silicone dildos at TooTimid!