12:27 am - 02/12/2011

Condoms that are safe to use with silicone toys (or vaginas with silicone intolerances!)

Okay, so I'm not convinced silicone lube will automatically destroy my high-quality silicone toys, but I don't really have the funds to find out, lol. I also know that some women just can't tolerate silicone lubes (or can ONLY tolerate silicone lubes), so I figured this might be useful here. I've spent the past few hours compiling information and thought I'd share what I have (and hopefully get input from others as well). Hope this helps! I sure wish someone would have had this already listed. :P I make no guarantees as to the accuracy of this since I don't actually make condoms, use the list at your own risk, etc.

Condoms that are safe for silicone toys (Uses water-based lube that may contain glycerin or parabens):
-Beyond Seven
-Paradise flavoured (no clue about unflavoured)
-Trojan ENZ (possibly most Trojans)
-Probably anything unlubricated

Condoms that are generally NOT safe for silicone toys (uses silicone-based lube which may melt toys):
-Caution Wear

Any more to add to the list? A scary number of condom makers don't even tell you what kind of lube is on the condom, let alone, provide an ingredients list!
knittinggoddess 12th-Feb-2011 06:54 am (UTC)
If you're going to sort lubes by potential reactions, you might want to make separate lists for water-based with/without glycerin and parabens.
without glycerin or parabens:
Wet Naturals

with glycerin and parabens:

this is going to be a long list!
systemaurora 12th-Feb-2011 07:07 am (UTC)
Sliquid is a delightful lube, but this post is only about pre-lubricated condoms... I figure it's not usually too impossible to find out whether a lube is water-based or silicone-based on the label, but condoms are another story! If we don't have a post (or wiki page) for standalone lubes, Someone should definitely make one! :)

But seriously, it's hard to go wrong with some variety of Sliquid. ;)
knittinggoddess 12th-Feb-2011 07:36 am (UTC)
Wow, I read the post twice trying to figure out why exactly you were listing lubes, and managed to misread both times. It's been a long day, obviously. But now your post makes more sense!
systemaurora 12th-Feb-2011 07:47 am (UTC)
hehe, no problem. I've had many days like that recently!
mandaryn 12th-Feb-2011 09:11 am (UTC)
I was confused too.
Systemaurora, maybe an edit to the post to make a note that it's about lubricated condoms?
systemaurora 12th-Feb-2011 09:15 am (UTC)
Sure. I thought the title was pretty self-explanatory, but if people are getting confused I will edit.
knittinggoddess 12th-Feb-2011 06:15 pm (UTC)
On my iPod, titles are very tiny. And also, you start talking about lubes immediately after the title; the context of the condom is easily lost. The changes help a lot for clarity!
systemaurora 12th-Feb-2011 07:41 pm (UTC)
ah, gotcha. I'm not blessed with an ipod so I don't know anything about the display. That makes sense. :)
katrinamlupin 28th-Oct-2015 12:50 am (UTC)
THIS IS AWESOME. I'm a new trans myself, and that was something they suggested: water-based lubricants to protect my new manhood from other silicon lubricants. And someone said to be careful of which condoms had silicon-based lubricants, but didn't supply a list of safe condom brands! This answered my question nicely, thank you!
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