Since silicone dildos are in high demand, Lovehoney decided to dedicate a majority of its resources on manufacturing new sex toys that are entirely silicone based. A Lovehoney bestseller is the Lovehoney Curved Silicone Suction Cup Dildo 7-Inch, and you can buy it for less than $30, which is unheard of when it comes to a 100% silicone dildo.
These medical-grade silicone dildos are firm, flexible and easy-to-use. Phthalate free and non-porous are the main features of these dildos and they will warm you quickly and keep a longer usage than other materials. When you’re using silicone dildos, make sure you don’t use silicone-based lube, as it can cause damage to your toys.
As a rule of thumb, silicone-based lubricants are never a correct fit for silicone dildos. So, you want to go for either water-based lubricant or oil-based lubricant. It is more advisable to go for the water-based lubricant.
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Silicone is the quintessential material used for designer sex toys. Despite the plush material, silicone doesn't contain any pores, so it's hypoallergenic and incredibly easy to clean. And every soft silicone dildo is perfectly molded or textured to get you going and keep you cumming.
First, silicone dildos combine the firmness of rubber for easier penetration with the flexibility of TPE/TPR for added comfort. Sex toy manufacturers can even tweak the formula to make silicone dongs firmer or more flexible – making it even easier to find a sex toy that fits your needs.
Honorable Mention: Vixen Spur ($80) One of the other most popular Vixen models is the petite Spur. At 4.75 inches insertable and 1.12 inches shaft girth, it’s a great realistic dildo if you want that soft, fleshy feeling Vixen is know for but still want a smaller or slimmer dildo. Best Realistic XL Dildos: Mr Hankeys.
The type of lube you need depends on the material of your dildo. Water-based lubricants should be used with jelly, PVC, and silicone dildos. Glass, metal, and plastic dildos can use silicone lubricant. Always read the manufacturer’s instructions in case they recommend a specific type of lubricant.
Myth 1: Silicone lube will destroy all of your sex toys. Many people are under the false impression that silicone lubricants will damage all of their sex toys. As Lubezilla points out, “silicone-based lubes are fine on toys made of hard materials, like hard plastic, aluminum, ceramic, steel, granite, wood, marble, etc.”
Silicone-based I have seen no melting or dissolving effects of using silicone lubes on my toys in all these years, but I went back and forth on the safety of using them with my silicone toys in the early days, because other producers of silicone toys have warned against it for a long time, and still do.