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    • Organic LubricantHow do you know which content is appropriate for you? Understand how to establish whichsexual intercourse toy materials would perform very best for your needs.a hundred% Silicone*• Health care-grade silicone is manufactured sort the highest grade of polymers• Pliable, resilient material that does not have phthalates• Non-porous and hypoallergenic• Retains warmth• Easy to clean with soap &amp h2o or toy cleaner and can be sterilized in boiling drinking water or prime rack of dishwasher• Only use drinking water-dependent lubricants*A toy only has to be 100% silicone to say silicone on the labelElastomers• Quite porous phthalates-cost-free and hypo-allergenic (use a condom if you prepare to share the toy or use vaginally or anally)• Soft &amp adaptable and extremely durable• Suitable for individuals with allergic reactions or chemical sensitivities• Simple to thoroughly clean with cleaning soap &amp water or toy cleaner• Only use water-primarily based lubricantsGlass - Borosilicate/Pyrex Glass• Non-porous and hypoallergenic•
    • Superb for temperature enjoy• Effortless to thoroughly clean with soap &amp water or toy cleaner and can be sterilized in boiling water or best rack of dishwasher• Can be employed with any lubricantGlass - Gentle• Heavier (than Borosilicate) for a fuller feeling• Non-porous and hypoallergenic• Can withstand extreme alterations in temperature - Excellent for temperature enjoy• Effortless to clean with soap &amp h2o or toy cleaner and can be sterilized in boiling h2o or top rack of dishwasher• Can be utilised with any lubricantHard Plastic, Lucite and Acrylic• There are a range of difficult plastics utilised to make intercourse toys and do not include phthalates.• Non-porous (use a condom if you plan to share or use vaginally or anally)• Challenging, shiny, transmits vibration extremely well• Normally safe for individuals with sensitivity issues• Easy to cleanse with cleaning soap &amp drinking water or intercourse toy cleaner• Can be utilised with any lubricantJelly• Produced of PVC (polyvinyl chloride), usually include phthalates and have a plastic odor
    • • Very porous (not secure to share or use vaginally or anally without a condom)• Inexpensive, comfortable and flexible• Easy to clear with soap &amp drinking water or toy cleaner• Only use drinking water-based mostly lubricantsNatural and organic Wood• Carved from exotic woods and simple woods• Water-proof, hypo-allergenic and phthalate-cost-free• Splinter free-tremendous easy complete• Appropriate for individuals with allergic reactions or chemical sensitivities• Effortless to clean with cleaning soap &amp drinking water or toy cleaner• Can be utilized with any lubricantStainless Steel• Composed of healthcare grade stainless steel (and often chromium) and will not rust• Non-porous and phthalate-free• Outstanding for temperature play• Effortless to clean with soap &amp drinking water or toy cleaner and can be sterilized in boiling water or best rack of dishwasher• Can be used with any lubricantStone•
    • Can be utilized with any lubricantTPR &amp TPE• Heat molded plastic that can resemble jelly, silicone or plastic• Porous (not risk-free to share or use vaginally or anally with out a condom)• Adaptable, elastic and durable• Not usually phthalate-cost-free• Simple to clean with soap &amp drinking water or toy cleaner