will whip cream hurt a sex toy
I was recently asked by a friend about whether it was safe to use whip cream as a sexual lubricant. I had heard some rumors that it could be damaging to sex toys, so I thought it was worth investigating further.
At first I thought it was a crazy idea, after all, isn’t whip cream meant for consumption rather than being used as a lubricant? I couldn’t help but wonder what kind of consequences could occur if I went ahead and used it in this way – would it go wrong?
So, with my curiosity piqued, I decided to look into it more. It turns out that using whip cream as a lubricant, specifically for sex toys, can be risky. From what I have gathered, sex toys the first issue that can occur is that due to the sugar in the whip cream, it can form a sticky film that is difficult to clean off, and once the sugar dries, it can be a breeding ground for bacteria.
That’s not the worst of it though – as whip cream is a food product, it can cause a reaction with the delicate materials used to make sex toys – usually silicone, metal, or glass. After a conversation with a friend in the industry, this was a cause for major concern, and could even potentially ruin the surface of the toys and make them hazardous to use.
Now, I know this all sounds daunting. But I wasn’t ready to give up just yet. I found out that there are other alternatives that are safe to use, and that are specifically made to use with sex toys. These lubricants are water-based, paraben-free and formulated for maximum performance.
In addition, using the right lubricant is essential for making sure your sex toys last – which is also important if you want to save money on replacements.
Having done what I believe is sufficient research, I am on the fence about the idea of using whip cream as a lubricant. On one hand, I know some people who do use it and haven’t seen any negative outcomes. Conversely, after reading this article written by an expert in the industry, I’m not convinced that it is safe – and even though it may not be the most convenient, the safest thing to do is use an appropriate lubricant.