• Most Sex Toys Contain a Chemical that’s Banned for Use in Children’s Toys
  • New Sex Toy Store Kinkig Only Sells Toys Without this Chemical
  • Phthalate is Poisonous but We’re Consuming it Every day During Sex

When we consider natural products we rarely think of sex toys. The only time I considered using natural products during sex was when my husband and I were trying to conceive and were told the chemicals in our lubricant were preventing us from doing this! We quickly changed to another, natural lubricant, and within 3 weeks we were looking at the little blue cross we’d waited 18 months for.

Many of us care about what we put into our bodies through our mouths, choosing a vegetarian diet or organic produce, but few of us care about the chemicals that can enter our bodies through alternative methods, such as the vagina or the anus.

The Chemical You Shouldn’t Put Down Under

There’s a group of chemicals that have been banned from children’s toys due to their harmful nature. These are phthalates and according to the Guardian, and the Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel, phthalates are linked to:

  • Asthma
  • Infertility
  • Breast cancer
  • ADHD
  • Diabetes Type II
  • Autism
  • Reproductive Development
  • Neurodevelopment
  • Obesity
  • Behavioural Problems
  • Birth Defects

It’s this list that prompted the EU to ban the use of phthalates in children’s toys, as the risk outweighed the benefits, but still, these are used to create the majority of sex toys on sale today.

Should we really be so nonchalant about what we put inside ourselves?

How to Tell if a Product Contains Phthalates

There’s no easy way to tell if a sex toy is phthalate free and retailers want to keep it that way! Phthalates are used to aid the malleability of plastics and so are used in sex toys made of jelly, resin, PVC and other plastics. Alternatives are available but these can be more expensive (as most sex toy brands manufacture in China on the cheap) and so it’s only the best suppliers and creators of sex toys that create phthalate free products for sale in the UK. That was, until now.

The Phthalate Free Sex Toy Shop Online

One new sex toy shop saw a gap in the market for clearly labelled sex toys that posed no carcinogenic risk at all to the human body, no matter where they were used. This store has sourced the best phthalate free sex toys from retailers you know and love, such as We-Vibe and Rocks Off, and brought them together into one bright, breezy, easy shop online.

Where to Buy Phthalate Free Sex Toys

You can find sex toys without phthalates at KinKig. The new all natural sex toy shop on the block. There’s no need for research or to read the fine print as they’ve ensured there are no phthalates in every product they stock.

They also have a generous code for Sunday Woman readers, so you can enjoy a whopping 15% off. Simply enter code: Sunday Woman at checkout to benefit and enjoy the easy, confidential, shopping experience. This is a limited coupon with only 100 available.

We found that along with the phthalate free sex toys KinKig are also one of the best sellers of male sex toys, with a huge selection from toys for couples to sex toys for him. With easy navigation and a lovely light and airy website, you’ll find shopping an absolute pleasure, aiding your mental health alongside the physical. Treat Yourself.