Good Sex Toy Materials % silicone sex toys 🙂 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. It is hypoallergenic, odourless, non-porous, and free of phthalates. Much like Glass, metal is becoming quite popular as a sex toy material. You will find toys like anal beads, butt plugs, dildos and chastity cages made from Steel/Aluminium. Steel toys are heavier than Aluminium but both are body-safe and non-porous. Julian Snelling do a fantastic range of Steel and Aluminium butt plugs.
Sex toy materials fall into two major categories: porous and non-porous. Porous products are generally soft. Although this group can contain some hard plastics, it’s good to assume that if a product doesn’t use ABS hard plastic, it’s porous. The problem with these toys is that they can trap dirt and bacteria that can never be removed. Materials like silicone, plastic, rubber and glass not only look and feel different, they perform differently too, so it’s all up to what you want from your sex toys – and, of course, what your budget allows. Here’s a handy roundup of the most commonly-used materials along .
Metal Sex Toys The last sex toy on our list, metal is another fantastic material for sex toys. They are very similar to glass material in that they are rigid and conveys a similar sense of elegance and sophistication through its shiny, metallic surface. And metal toys even can be used for temperature play, just like glass dildos.