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Basic Dildo Brown Phthalates free and non toxic with the same softness as jelly makes this a truly original body safe choice.
Sex toys made from stainless steel, medical grade silicone or Pyrex glass are non-porous and plasticizer-free. They also tend to be much firmer than your average jelly-rubber dildo and more expensive.
Phthalate free polyvinyl chloride Properties In general, PVC is light, water resistant, offers a long life cycle and does not require much maintenance. Sex toys made of PVC are soft and pliable. Hygiene And Maintenance The PVC toys should be cleaned with warm water and antibacterial soap.
They may be "phthalate free" but other softeners are used in PVC dildos and we still don't know what they are. Whatever agent is used to soften the PVC, it will still be porous and not sanitizable the way silicone is.
The sex toy review community and sex-positive toy shops are all buzzing about phthalates and how bad they are for you. Phthalates are found in many plastic items that have been chemically softened. The studies going around are saying that phthalate exposure can damage all sorts of organs, and can possibly cause cancer.
Jellies contain phthalates. Rubber: This latex material is commonly used to make dildos. 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.