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In 2006, a study from Greenpeace's Dutch office reported that seven out of eight vibrators and dildos tested contained phthalates (oil-derived plasticizers commonly used to soften PVC) in concentrations varying from 24 to 51 percent.
Are you concerned that you already own a phthalate-containing vibrator? Over 40% of the U.S population has used a sex toy, and with the wide prevalence of inexpensive jelly products on the market there's a good chance that you do. However, there's no reason for panic in the streets. If you suspect your dildo or vibrator is a "phthalate-offender" simply cover it with a latex condom.
So, when you're ready to retire that old jelly dildo and shop for a new sex toy that will rock your world (without polluting it) we offer a great selection of Phthalate-free and organic sex enhancers.
Silicone Sex Toys: Not only are silicone toys phthalate-free, but surgical grade silicone is dishwasher safe and practically indestructible. You won't ever have to worry about recycling a good silicone dildo because it will offer you years of durable pleasure!
Glass Sex Toys: Not the brittle stuff from whence champagne flutes are made-we're talking about medical-grade borosilicate. This material is completely non-toxic and designed to withstand extreme temperatures and physical shock without compromise to its structural integrity.
TPR Sex Toys: "Thermoplastic Rubber" is a material that mimics the soft, flexible properties of traditional jelly rubber. It is hypo-allergenic and phthalate-free though generally less expensive than silicone.
Cyberskin Sex Toys: CyberSkin™ is the brand-name of a soft, realistic material that is intended to emulate the feel of human skin. Though its high porosity and low-durability make it less than "green", it is phthalate and latex free.
Elastomer Sex Toys: Elastomer is phthalate-free, hypoallergenic, soft, and durable. It is slightly porous in nature so it cannot be completely disinfected, therefore Elastomer toys should not be shared or used for anal sex unless used with a condom.
Food-Grade Vinyl Sex Toys: Vinyl sex toys are phthalate-free, hypoallergenic and very slightly porous like Elastomers, though they maintain a firmer feel.
Organic Sex Products: Sex toys aren't the only sensual products going green. Massage oils, personal lubricants and even anal sex sprays are now made from certified organic materials. Now you can keep your sex play exactly the way it was meant to be- natural.
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