Nasty Reaction!!!!!

Nasty Reaction!!!!!

luvinluv luvinluv
So I had a reaction to a toy last night and I was wondering if anyone knows what it could be made of or what could cause this reaction? It was bought a while ago and I have never used it, but he has(without reaction)and the package is long gone. We used the same lube we always do. Upon insertion there was an extremely uncomfortable burning. I had to run to the shower and wash for like a half an hour. It is a double dildo, peach and purple. Feels like jelly or something, but we have a jelly toy that doesn't seem to do anything and a slicone that is safe. I just was wondering what the material could be so we can aviod it in the future!!
P.S. I can handle it without reaction to my skin. Just seems to be (there).
05/02/2010
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ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by luvinluv
So I had a reaction to a toy last night and I was wondering if anyone knows what it could be made of or what could cause this reaction? It was bought a while ago and I have never used it, but he has(without reaction)and the package is long gone. We ...
Jelly or Sil-A-Gel seem to be the most common materials implicated in burning from toys, the other possibility is that it could be something in the lube (parabens do this to some people). Since both jelly and Sil-A-Gel are proprietary concoctions, it's hard to say what's causing the problem.

As someone with chemical sensitivity as well, I can say that silicone is guaranteed safe, as are glass, metal and ceramics. I haven't had any problems yet with TPR/TPE, but like jelly those are also mixes that vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Condoms generally help as well, provided that you can get one big enough to keep the material from touching mucous membranes or sensitive skin.
05/02/2010
TacoODoom TacoODoom
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
Jelly or Sil-A-Gel seem to be the most common materials implicated in burning from toys, the other possibility is that it could be something in the lube (parabens do this to some people). Since both jelly and Sil-A-Gel are proprietary concoctions, ...
i've had reactions to TPR before. I find if the tory smells like chemicals, it's likely going to make my cooter burn.
05/02/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
Jelly or Sil-A-Gel seem to be the most common materials implicated in burning from toys, the other possibility is that it could be something in the lube (parabens do this to some people). Since both jelly and Sil-A-Gel are proprietary concoctions, ...
Second Sil a Gel. OWW
05/02/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by TacoODoom
i've had reactions to TPR before. I find if the tory smells like chemicals, it's likely going to make my cooter burn.
"make my cooter burn"

Sorry ToD, this just makes me giggle.

"OH MY GOD! IT'S A FLAMIN' COOTER!'
05/03/2010
luvinluv luvinluv
Thanks for the feedback. I guess I will try to stay away from TPR and Jelly just to make sure it wont happen again. And yes, it does have a nasty smell to it too
05/03/2010
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