I also seen some complaints about a very strong, horrible smell upon first taking it out of the package as well as a complaint about the battery compartment the person said there was random plastic pieces and it was hard to figure out. Some say you can still use them, but cover it with a condom — this may help, but again, no test has proven or disproven so proceed with caution. The recommend 50 uses and then discard. Yes, well, we are talking about toxic sex toys here, not how condoms keep your toys more sanitary. Have you tried the njoy fun wand? The 'inside' of tenga eggs are typically clear and jelly.. Cutting out fats, perfume and multitasking:
The toy also had a slippery feel to it, which I thought was fairly creepy. I figured it was because the chemical that was causing the problem was leeching through the condom. Many types of harnesses are available, with different features and drawbacks. They use silver to kill the germs A few of the luxury companies do this, and some do not.
The sex toy industry is not regulated…by anyone. Shouldn't most of the information on Borosilicate be on Borosilcates page? I feel that's lacking in integrity. Have you tried the njoy fun wand?
Thank you for this important information! I am Canadian and went to a Venus Envy store where I live their ethics are good, I checked and was shown a number of low-priced silicone starter vibes. You will never have that bad smell or burning sensation with silicone, and there are affordable silicone toys now. Elastomers are silicone-free, latex-free, and phthalate-free, but still flexible and very durable, and easy to clean. You can make a rubber toy last longer and keep it cleaner by using a condom over it each use. I'll check it out in a couple days. I google the name of the product, like Lelo Liv and read all about it.