There are hundreds of thousands of sex toys on the market, and hundreds of personal lubricants. It's important that you pay attention to what your new toy is made of.
Some sex toys are made of materials that are considered harmful to your skin (and the environment). If you're worried about vibrator materials, stay away from rubber, jelly and PVC. Most vibrators don't list what they're made of, so look for labels like "phthalate-free" or "medical-grade silicone" when purchasing your vibrator. Phthalates are a controversial family of chemicals that are used to soften vibrators.
What materials should you look for when buying a vibrator? Hard plastics, thermoplastic elastomer, silicone, metal and glass are all good, body-safe choices. The Rabbit Habit, the Romance Vibrator, and the Pure Wand are all body-friendly picks.
Many popular lubricants contain glycerin, which can irritate yeast infection prone women. Other lubes list paraben as a top ingredient, which is a potentially harmful component. Even some of the most popular lubricants out there, such as Astroglide, can potentially irritate women's sensitive areas. The best body-safe lubricants are naturally derived and pH-balanced. Sliquid Organics Silkis a great formula to try.
Looking for a female enhancement gel that tingle without irritating your skin? Try Intimate Organics Clitoral Stimulating Gel. It's vegan and made of only the safest ingredients.