Sex Toy Materials

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What are the different kind of sex toy materials?

We’ve all been there; the, “how the hell do I choose the right sex toy” moment. Whether we’re shopping online or physically in a specialty store, the options can often feel overwhelming, or even worse, underwhelming once you get your new pleasure pal home.

That’s why we’ve put together this quick, effective, “low down for your down-lows,” which discusses some of the most popular sex toy materials out there. Let me guide you through what should be a fun, exciting process: Buying the right sex toy for YOU!

Sex Toy Materials: Cyberskin

Cyberskin is one of the most innovative sex toy materials on the market today. What makes it stand above the crowd is it’s impressively realistic feel. This company offers an extremely wide variety of toys which all posses this one-of -a-kind, life-like, velvety texture.

Cyberskin even offers toys made from molds of real porn stars. If you’re looking to take your fantasy one step closer to reality, this is the material for you.

Sex Toy Materials: FantaFlesh

Fanta Flesh toys, made by Pipedream, “stand up” to their name by being extremely flesh-like. This provides a very sensuous experience for its users in many forms. Fanta Flesh products are ideal for those who want a more human-like experience while using toys. It’s soft, stretchy, odorless and overall-stimulating, if you can get past what some reviewers say is the, “initial awkward phase” of the material.

Sex Toy Materials: Silicone

Silicone is a synthetic polymer which when put into a mold, is used to make toys in a plethora of shapes. What’s most unique abut it is that it also comes in a wide range of what we call “squish factor.”

Silicone toys can be pliable and soft or “rock hard” and unbend-able (single or dual-density) depending on your personal preference. It’s one of the best options for anyone with allergies as it’s medical-grade, non-porous, phthalate-free, latex-free and above all non-toxic.

Sex Toy Materials: PVC, Vinyl

Vinyl, also known as Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC, is one of the world’s most widely used and researched plastics. It is flexible, yet durable, and can come in a myriad of textures.

According to my research, despite what some have recently speculated about the material, it is extremely safe to use, even on your most sensitive areas. It’s also a more environmentally sustainable polymer than most of its competitors, as it requires much less natural gas and oil to produce.

Sex Toy Materials: SexFlesh

SexFlesh is yet another “as feels in real life” material that comes in every shape and form you can imagine. It’s smooth, it’s silky, and it’s slightly less expensive than others like it. Also, it’s easy to clean. In other words, Sex Flesh is bound to put you, and your wallet, at ease.

One important thing to note is that porous materials, like those kinds that are specifically flesh replicating substances, can get dirty relatively easy and although they feel phenomenal they require a bit of extra care to ensure they can continue to serve you properly and live out their usefulness in good health and suppleness of texture.
This means that anything that is meant to feel just like real skin must be used with only water based lubricants and to ensure they return to their original silky glory need to be powdered down with corn starch or some other form of renewing type powder, massaging away the tiny particles of dust and dirt that may have been overlooked or were too small to really notice once the toy has been properly cleaned and dried.
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