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phthlates
  • hulahula
    Posts: 212
    I keep reading that sex toys made with phthalates can be harmful, as some of the chemicals leach into the body, and also supposedly are dangerous. How can I be sure that Aneros prostate massagers are phthalate free?
  • Virg
    Posts: 154
    I have looked into that specific issue and it appears that this chemical is found in mainly softer materials, certainly the "jelly-like" toys, but one can never be sure since there is no FDA or Government oversight and/or regulations in relation to the manufacture or use of "martial aids" (sex toys).

    I would also like to hear from Aneros to verify that their products are free of this chemical, ...or not.
  • F0rnF0rn
    Posts: 14
    It'd be best to hear from the manufacturer to determine what the chemical makeup of the product is, but I found this link interesting as a general guide.

    http://sexuality.about.com/od/sextoys/a/phthalates_sex_2.htm

    Cheers!
  • Hula -

    Thank you for your post! True, phthalates can indeed be harmful - which is why our massagers are made of FDA-approved, 100% phthalate-free materials. In addition, we manufacture locally for quality control purposes.

    If you have any other concerns or questions, please feel free to send us an email: [email]support@aneros.com[/email]

    Thanks again,
    support