Jelly toys?

Contributor: Sunny Bunny Sunny Bunny
I have heard that jelly toys can cause reactions. What are the odds of this? What kind of reactions? What is the safest material to use that isnt wood or glass?
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Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
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Contributor: Linga Linga
My first toy was a jelly one back when I was about 18 and ended up getting a burning sensation from using it.
Contributor: VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
I don't like jelly because to me it's a dirty hard to clean material and it has a weird smell. Yeah, you have to be careful with jelly or go for something made of silicone or even plastic. At least plastic doesn't smell funky.
Contributor: Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
My wife gets a pretty severe burning sensation of her vulva and vaginal opening when we use a jelly toy. We have a few old ones that I have to put a condom on to use - when my current stash of condoms is used up - the remaining jelly toys will go in the trash.
Contributor: froggiemoma froggiemoma
before i knew better i used to use jelly and had no reations
Contributor: Mr. E Mr. E
We discarded a shoe box full of jelly toys several years ago. My wife would have bad reactions any time we used them.

I'd highly recommend trying 100% silicone.
Contributor: indiglo indiglo
Originally posted by Sunny Bunny
I have heard that jelly toys can cause reactions. What are the odds of this? What kind of reactions? What is the safest material to use that isnt wood or glass?
The safest material that isn't wood or glass is 100% silicone. Here is a link to the EF guide to sex toy materials. I have some toys that are made of TPR as well, but 100% silicone is much better. Some of the newer dildos even have a harder silicone core and a squishier layer of silicone on the outside. It's called O2. So you get a squishier feel with the safety of silicone.
Contributor: Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
I suppose I had mild burning sensation when I first started using toys - they were jelly rabbits. Since I didn't have experience with penetration, I wasn't able to notice anything abnormal. Recently I took my old rabbit for a spin. I wasn't able to come it was this much irritating. It almost drove me nuts before I decided to take it out. Jelly toys degrade over time. The longer you ave them the more likely you'll get burned. They are also degraded by heat, contact with other materials and sunlight. It's more cost effective to buy silicone - no condoms or replacements needed.
Contributor: Shellz31 Shellz31
I never had any problems with jelly, but after learning about the chemicals in them, I refuse to use jelly on or in this body!