How safe or unsafe is jelly?

LaradoEnah LaradoEnah
Reflective gel veined double dong
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My friends have warned me about getting jelly toys, is this really that great of a concern?
12/01/2012
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Mwar Mwar
It's worth spending a bit more for a toy that will last. Jelly toys can leak chemicals and harbors bacteria. It is far from the safest material.
12/01/2012
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
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Originally posted by Mwar
It's worth spending a bit more for a toy that will last. Jelly toys can leak chemicals and harbors bacteria. It is far from the safest material.
I am agree with this not only that a lot of people have reactions to jelly. I buy ONLY Silicone and Glass toy an maybe an occasional TPR toy. Jelly + My Lady Bits = a HUGE disaster.
12/01/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
The only Jelly toy I had was bought for me and ended up deteriorating on it's own. Ugh. Threw it out.
12/01/2012
h3artsav3r h3artsav3r
I've heard that the jelly deteriorates, but I had no idea it was that bad!
12/01/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
A jelly toy gave me chemical burns in my vagina. They are really unhealthy and gross.
12/02/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
Jelly:
-leaks, or off-gasses, nasty chemicals which may be toxic
-often contains plasticizer (softener) chemicals called phthalates which are linked to a variety of cancers
-can cause burns and other unpleasant, even painful reactions
-is a common allergen
-cannot be sanitized or effectively cleaned
-is porous and will harbor and even foster growth of bacteria and other microbes
-can cause infections and other vaginal issues in some women
-will deteriorate over time
-may react badly to temperatures or other conditions
-may react badly when stored with other toys causing the jelly or other toys to break down or melt
-may be discolored by fabrics and other materials it is stored with
-can leach an oily residue that can stain fabrics and other materials (and this residue would also be secreted inside you during use!)
-usually have a very unpleasant chemical odor
-usually only last a couple of years

By contrast, silicone, glass, sealed wood, and most metal toys:
-are entirely non-porous
-are sanitizeable in a variety of ways
-will not harbor bacteria
-will not offgas chemicals or residues or damage other items they are stored with
-have no odor or taste
-are phthalate free
-are hypoallergenic
-are compatible with a wider array of lubricants and cleaners
-are body safe, some being materials that are used in food and medical industries
-with proper care, will last many years, at least.
12/02/2012
roskat roskat
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Originally posted by charletnarouh
Jelly:
-leaks, or off-gasses, nasty chemicals which may be toxic
-often contains plasticizer (softener) chemicals called phthalates which are linked to a variety of cancers
-can cause burns and other unpleasant, even painful reactions ... More
This about sums it up nicely!
12/02/2012
leilani leilani
Quote:
Originally posted by LaradoEnah
My friends have warned me about getting jelly toys, is this really that great of a concern?
it can be bad with over use but it is a good buy if you take care of it and clean it right and dont use the wrong types of lube
01/01/2013
amenti amenti
Quote:
Originally posted by charletnarouh
Jelly:
-leaks, or off-gasses, nasty chemicals which may be toxic
-often contains plasticizer (softener) chemicals called phthalates which are linked to a variety of cancers
-can cause burns and other unpleasant, even painful reactions ... More
Thank you for the helpful info!
01/01/2013
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