Your pleasure is unique to you. Explore and embrace your desires without judgment or shame. Your sexual health and satisfaction matter, so prioritize them while enjoying your life long sexual journey. Playing safe with sex toys is all about celebrating your authenticity, enjoying pleasure, choosing quality products, and maintaining cleanliness. By following these tips, you can enhance your pleasure while prioritizing your safety and well-being.

Pay Attention to Quality

Quality matters! When selecting sex toys, opt for brands known for their commitment to safety and inclusivity. Look for products made from body-safe materials like medical-grade silicone, glass, or stainless steel. These materials are non-porous, easy to clean, and designed to provide you with both comfort and joy. Quality doesn’t mean pricey either.

So Fresh and So Clean

Safety begins with cleanliness. Before and after each use, clean your toys thoroughly. Use a mild, fragrance-free soap and warm water, or invest in a specialized toy cleaner. This not only maintains hygiene but also ensures your toys are ready for your next experience. Remember to dry them completely to prevent bacteria growth.

Sharing is Caring But...

If you're sharing toys with a partner(s), consider using condoms on your toys to make clean-up a breeze and reduce the risk of transmitting infections. It's a simple step that adds an extra layer of protection while you're getting intimate.

Lube Them Up

Lubricants are your best friend when it comes to pleasure. Ensure they're compatible with your toy's material; water-based lubes are typically safe for all toys. But, be cautious with silicone-based lubes, as they can damage silicone toys. Always check the manufacturer's recommendations.

Check Them Regularly

Your safety is paramount, so regularly inspect your toys for any signs of wear and tear. Cracks, changes in texture, or other damage are signals that it's time to replace a toy. Invest in your well-being and satisfaction by getting new toys when needed.


Give your toys their own space! Keep them separated from each other, especially if they're made from different materials, to prevent damage. Store them in a clean, dry place, and consider using a breathable pouch or fabric bag to protect them from dust and prying eyes. Some products even come with bags for storage.