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A quick guide to body safe products
Porous Vs. Non-Porous
Sex toy materials fall into two major categories: porous and nonporous.
Porous products are generally soft. Although this group can contain some hard plastics, it’s good to assume that if a product doesn’t use ABS hard plastic, it’s porous. The problem with these toys is that they can trap dirt and bacteria that can never be removed. What that means is that porous sex toys, if used without a condom, can re-infect you with a previous bacterial or yeast infection, cause an outbreak in a pre-existing STI and – if shared without a condom or other barrier – can even spread STIs, bacterial infections and yeast infections between partners. They can be kept cleaner for a longer period of time with the use of a condom, but the inability to truly sterilize them is a major drawback.
The Oooh! Review do test items that are classed as being NOT body safe, The Oooh! Review will always state on all reviews the materials used in the product where applicable. If the product is made from a material that is porous a link to [more info] will be displayed. Bringing the viewer to this page for more information on the safety of the product material.
The Oooh! Review will provide product material information when possible and to the best of their knowledge. If this information is available or not, it is always advised you look on the manufacturer’s website for factual and up to date information.
Safe Products (non-porous)
ABS Hard Plastic
Wood and Stone (Specially treated woods)
Non Safe Products (porous)
Cyberskin or “real skin” materials
(It is advised that you don’t use sex toys made with these materials)
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Last updated: (13/12/2017)
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