1. It's important to clean your Sex Toys before and after each use.
  2. Failure to clean sex toys adequately when sharing them with others can lead to the transmission of STIs and HIV. It is crucial to ensure thorough cleaning to maintain the safety of both yourself and your sexual partners.
  3. Select a lubricant that is suitable for your Sex Toy. For instance, silicone lubricants may unfortunately harm silicone toys. When uncertain, opt for water-based lubricant, as it is compatible with both condoms and Sex Toys.
  4. When sharing Sex Toy with others, ensure to use a condom or dental dam with your sex toy. This practice helps maintain cleanliness and lowers the risk of STIs and HIV transmission.
  5. Ensure that a Sex Yoy intended for anal use always has a flared base.
  6. It is advisable to use sex toys explicitly designed for such purposes, especially when inserting them into your body. Homemade sex toys may pose safety concerns, particularly if they are prone to breakage, have rough or sharp components, or are crafted from materials that are unhygienic or may induce a reaction.
  7. Conducting thorough research on your Sex Toy before making a purchase is the most effective way to ensure that you will receive a safe product.
  8. A strong or chemical odor from a toy could indicate poor manufacturing and suggest that it may be unsafe for use.
  9. Using Sex Toys should not cause you pain or discomfort. Some sex toys may cause small cuts to the genitals, which is why using a water-based lubricant and stopping use if there is any pain is important.
  10. Consulting with your GP or a sexual health professional is an excellent approach to address any medical concerns you may have regarding your use of Sex Toys, ensuring their safety.