Best large body-safe and phthalates free dildo?

Hi Cara,

I need your help. After 2 years of riding this pain in the ass dildo, literally, I just discovered something called phthalates…

And a revelation took place.

I have the anatomy that takes a 8 inch quite comfortably, yet every time I use this specific dildo, this raging burning pain starts up and lasts for days.

I ignore it, for some strange reason thinking it might be me over-stretching, but over time I’ve noticed how I could pretty much get a snooker sized ball in my ass with zero pain.

So I have crucified the old dildo on a cross and am now searching for the perfect one. 

I like realistic dildos or I have seen some alien dildos, but what would you recommend for 8-9 inches that will be as safe, clean and hassle free as possible.

Thanks

Anon

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Hello!

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Thanks for your question. Yes phthalates are present in many sex toys, unfortunately. Particularly in jelly style as well as some real feel materials such as rubber. Phthalates are chemicals used to soften the material, which, while making the toy feel comfortable, can cause irritation, or in some cases, more lasting harmful effects to the body and intimate areas.

Silicone sex toys, if they are high quality, genuine silicone, do not contain phthalates. A good sex toy store online will tell you whether a toy contains phthalates or not, and be honest about it too!

Silicone is much loved by sex toy manufacturers and customers alike, as it’s non-porous and hypoallergenic. It’s easy to clean, feels smooth and it’s flexible. Just remember to only use water based lubricant with your silicone sex toys; silicone lubricant will damage the material.

Recently, a group of avid sex toy fans and reviewers have started up the Dildology campaign for the truth of facts in our sex toys, hoping to educate the masses about what their sex toys really contain – and putting various sex toys to the test.

The brand of sex toys and dildos that immediately springs to mind when talking about body safe, phthalates free sex toys, is Tantus. Tantus use only the finest quality silicone for their sex toys and have some amazing dildos in their range.

Two of my favourite stores sell both Tantus dildos as well as other phthalates free dildos. You can find all the Tantus dildos at Lovehoney here, and all the Tantus range of sex toys at Uber Kinky here.

Keep Burning (also found here at ThatPosition.com) and Oxballs are two other body safe, phthalates free dildo brands which sell monster size dildos which you’re sure to enjoy perusing. 😉

Here’s my selection of products I’ve found which are pretty damn sizeable, phthalates free and have details of prices and sizes for you. They’re not the cheapest… but the cheapest sex toys are the ones giving you pains and bad consequences, so I would advise investing in your pleasure!

Keep burning worker large silicone phthalates free dildoProduct Suggestions

Keep Burning Worker Realistic Dildo with Suction Cup £49.99

Length: 10 inches
Insertable length: 7 inches
Maximum circumference: 5.5 inches
Keep Burning Cock Skull Large Realistic Dildo £99.99

Length: 11 inches
Insertable length: 7.5 inches
Maximum circumference: 7.75 inches

Tantus Raptor Strap On Realistic Silicone Dildo £42.99

Length: 8.5 inches
Insertable length: 5 inches
Maximum circumference: 6 inches
Tantus Max O2 Silicone Realistic Dildo £46.99

Length: 8.25 inches
Insertable length: 8 inches
Maximum circumference: 6 inches

Oxballs Banker Dildo £79.99

Length: 11 inches
Insertable length: 10.5 inches
Maximum circumference: 8 inches

Oxballs Demonic Dildo £69.99

Length: 14 inches
Insertable length: 13 inches
Maximum circumference: 8 inches

 

Rigid, non-porous toys such as stone, glass, metal such as steel sex toys and ceramic dildos do not contain phthalates either. Nor do plastic ones, but they generally feel cheap and tacky – and don’t come in big sizes.

Basically: avoid jelly, jelly rubber and some real feel sex toys. Make sure you read the label and if the phthalates content is not clearly marked on the packaging or within the site description, choose something else. Better safe than sorry!

I hope this helps.

 

– Cara Sutra

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