Materials and Lubrications

    Our products are made from a range of materials and each offers a benefit in sensitivities.

    Be aware as Lubricants have to match with the Product  Materials.

    Hard Plastics

    with Water, Oil & Silicone –based Lubes

    Jelly Rubber & Latex

    with Silicone & Water-based

    Glass/Pyrex & Metal

    with Water, Oil & Silicone-based


    With Water-based only

    To Clean your Product

    Jelly Rubber & Latex

    Cleaning with hand warm or hot water with soap. ( No boiling or Dishwasher )

    Pyrex Glass & Metals

    Cleaning with hand warm or hot water with soap. ( No  Dishwasher )


    Can be cleaned in the dishwasher – rince in clear water before using


    Glass sex toys

    Glass sex toys are commonly made from clear medical grade borosilicate glass (“hard glass”). This particular type of safety toughened glass is non-toxic and will withstand extreme temperatures, as well as physical shock without compromising its structural integrity.

    The choice of this high-grade material provides safety in use and the option to heat or chill the toys. Borosilicate glass is also non-porous and can be sterilized to help prevent infection with reuse. The highest quality glass toys can even be put in the dishwasher making them easier to keep clean. As well as their practical qualities, a main selling point of glass sex toys is their visual appeal.

    Some glass sex toys vibrate. There are two main ways this can be achieved:

    Option1.   The toy may have a hole into which a small bullet vibrator can be inserted. 2. The core of the glass design can be modified to form a standard vibrator.

    Option 2.  Usually has a plastic cap covering the battery compartment, which will also house any control buttons or switches.


    • Silicone is soft and lifelike, it is hypoallergenic, warms up quickly to body temperature, non-porous and so is easy to clean (with mild soap and water, or boiled for sterilization). Unlike jelly rubber and other porous materials, silicone can be sterilized in temperatures up to 300 °C (572 °F). In addition, it can be bleached in a 10% bleach solution. When using lubricants with silicone sex toys it is important that silicone or silicone-based lubricants are not used to avoid damage to the toy. There are different grades of silicone; it is preferable that medical-grade silicone be used for sex toys. Cheaper silicone products may use industrial-grade silicone.
    • CyberSkin is a thermal plastic elastomer and is a close emulation of real skin. CyberSkin is made from ingredients on FDA approved lists and it does not contain phthalates, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), heavy metals or latex. It is easy to clean and maintain by washing it with soap and water, patting dry. Water based lubricants are best and they should be stored in a dry place.
    • Latex rubber, also called jelly rubber, is commonly used for sex toys; it is a flexible and inexpensive material allowing the user more options in size and look. While latex is commonly used and less expensive than materials such as silicone, glass and CyberSkin, it can be allergenic to some people with latex allergy. Latex is porous and should be cleaned thoroughly with an antibacterial soap and water and not shared with other people. Some rubber toys contain phthalates which are used to soften rubber, but carry serious risks. Studies have been done that showed adverse reproductive effects in animal and human subjects. Further research is ongoing but phthalates have a known detrimental effect on multiple facets of human health and their use in sex toys is strongly discouraged. It is recommended by many experts that one use a condom with each use for protection against bacterial infection or sexually transmitted diseases if one is sharing sex toys. Water and silicone-based lubricants can be used with latex toys, but oil-based lubricants and petroleum jelly should not be used with latex as these may adversely affect the toy.

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