Sex Toys Go Green
Going green has become a world-wide movement to help make positive changes in our environment. When you really look at what's in some of the products you're using, you'll realize it isn't just about helping the environment, but about providing a safe and clean experience during your sexual play. With this in mind, we've scoured the web searching for the best eco-friendly picks to tantalize and tease your partner with. Now you can play freely knowing you're not only having fun, but you're keeping it green too.
A video about eco-friendly, non-toxic sex toys featuring Babeland Toy Shop.
Lube: Good Clean Love
All natural, water-based lubes to make you feel fresh and seductive all at once.
Medical Grade Silicone: Echo
One of many comfortable, 100% medical grade silicone toys with a removable vibrating insert.
Elastomer: Elastomer Rabbit Habit
The toy made famous by the ladies of Sex and the City.
Steel: the Kegelcisor
Designed to strengthen your kegal muscles while giving plenty of pleasure.
Stainless Steel: Pfun Plug
A variety of different sized plugs made from shiny stainless steel.
Wood: Hardwood Toys
You can’t get a more natural wood than actual wood.
For the more luxurious of tastes, there is the 18k Luxe by Lelo.
Glass: The Spotter
One of the many beautifully crafted solid Pyrex blown glass wands by Jentle Glass.
No animal testing, no animal cruelty, vegan, “double dipped” condoms by Glyde.
Eco-Friendly Sex Kit
Latex free, phthalate free, skin safe and wonderfully fun bedroom kit with super strong Mambo condoms, an elastomer vibrator, soy massage candle and organic lube.
Sex Toy Recycling Program
When your little buddy quits on you, pack it up and send it to the Sex Toy Recycling Program where it will be cleaned, disassembled, and recycled. No need to even remove the batteries; they recycle those, too!
Plastic sex toys are known to contain Phthalates, chemicals that are used to soften the plastic and that may be harmful to you or the environment. Several groups (including Greenpeace) have released studies and reports about the dangers of these chemicals, but so far, products that contain phthalates have not been found to pose significant health risks. But, as the saying goes, better safe than sorry! According to Greenpeace's study, seven out of eight plastic pleasure toys contain phthalates, so if you're using one, make sure it wears a condom.