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Why choose Silicone?

by Tantus

At Tantus, we take great pride in the toys we make. Silicone is the perfect material for producing fine adult toys, being superior in almost every way than more commonly used materials.

  • Silicone is the most reliable, safe, health-smart soft material used for toys. Tantus Silicone toys are 100% medical-grade quality silicone. They not only get home alive, but with a little care they can last a lifetime. You can be assured that a toy from Tantus Silicone is a toy that is safe to be used!
  • Silicone is hygienic. No open pours to harbor bacteria.
  • Silicone is hypoallergenic. It has no reaction to chemistry of the body, 100% silicone toys are completely inert. They don't alter pH balance, or cause a reaction to the body's natural chemistry.
  • Silicone is phthalate free. You can recognize a toy with phthalates by the smell (if you can smell a toy, it is leaching chemicals). Toys made of "jelly" and other mystery materials use phthalates as plasticizers to soften and otherwise hard material. Most bodies react to phthalates as an allergy. With inflammation, rashes and discharge mimicking a yeast infection. Phthalates are also considered endocrine disruptors; they interfere with normal animal hormonal systems effectively supplementing a person's estrogen at low levels. They are also respiratory inhibitors.
  • Silicone is easy to clean. Silicone can be boiled or bleached; they're even dishwasher safe. We recommend antibacterial dishwashing soap. Our toys are completely safe up to 600F.
  • The reason for "no silicone lube on silicone toys". Silicone lubricant may bond to the toy. This isn't true for all silicone toys it depends on the purity of the silicone toy and the purity of the lubricant. If you wish to test your silicone toy with silicone lube use the bottom of the flanged base and do a test square.

This article was published on Monday 07 August, 2006.
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