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by Katie Peachesa December 12, 2017 3 min read

A Guide To Jelly Dildos

By Ksenia Sobchak

Jelly dildos are popular, and for a reason. These flexible dildos have so many shapes and designs, perfect for any use you might have in mind. The jelly material warms up easily, adapting to the body temperature with relative ease. However, the unique pliability and squishy features are attributed to the presence of phthalates, an ingredient that is slightly toxic to the human body. The EU has declared the current levels safe but you could always use a condom to avoid any negative effects.

A Guide To Jelly Dildos

Below are some basics you should have in mind before purchasing one.

Jelly Dildos Surface

The finishing of the dildo varies from one design to another. Some dildos have a smooth finish, ideal for those who prefer a slick and smooth slide. Other dildos have textured surfaces, from beads to bulging veins. The textured surface is designed to provide extra stimulation.

A Guide To Jelly Dildos

The intensity of the sensations you are looking for will determine the surface texture that would be best for you.

Size Of Jelly Dildos

When it comes to anal and vaginal play, the stretching ability determines the size of dildo you can handle. Always ensure that you get a size you can take with ease to avoid having a painful experience.

A Guide To Jelly Dildos

With anal play specifically, stretching ability is of the utmost consideration as the sphincter muscles are not as flexible as the vaginal muscles. Always ensure that you pick the dildo that matches your stretching ability and level.


When it comes to jelly dildos, not all lubricants are compatible with the material. Always ensure that you have a water based lubricant close at hand to use with your jelly toy.

Jelly Dildos Base

The design of the base of a dildo is something to consider before getting one. Plain based dildos are designed for those who have only stroking needs from the dildo. This is usually for those who plan to use the dildo for manual stimulation solely using their hands to hold on to the dildo.

Dildos with balls at the base are for those who are looking for a realistic feel especially when it comes to deep penetrative strokes.

Suction based dildos are great to stick onto non porous surfaces, allowing the game to take on a more adventurous path. Whether stuck to a wall or floor, these dildos allow for solo play to encompass various body positions like doggy or girl/boy on top.

Flared base dildos are created for those who wish to incorporate their toys with the strap on harness they currently or plan to own. With the harnesses having different sized O rings, always ensure that you measure the base and the O ring to ensure you get a dildo that will comfortably fit in the harness.

Vibrating Jelly Dildos

Vibrating jelly dildos have so many varying distinctive features that it may be difficult to choose one. If you are looking for a hands free masturbation session, this is the one for you. However, always ensure that you closely examine the functionalities of the controller and the different functions the dildo is capable of. The controllers may also be wired or wireless, so always ensure you make an educated choice with this.

Some vibrating dildos are compatible with apps for remote control and customization capabilities so ensure that you check out for these features.


Whilst most people never take this into consideration, it is very important when it comes to choose a dildo to fit your needs. Some may be partially waterproof, some completely submersible while some are completely not water compatible. If you feel there is a likelihood your session will end up in the shower or bath, choose a dildo that will serve your needs.

A Guide To Jelly Dildos

Cleaning Your Jelly Dildo

Jelly dildos have a porous surface making them a bit complicated to clean. The porosity traps body fluids and this is transferred from one partner to another in the case of sharing which is very dangerous. To ease cleaning, always ensure that you use a condom with your jelly dildo.

However, if you have multiple partners, ensure that you get each partner their own jelly dildo and have them clearly marked to avoid accidental sharing. The surface porosity of the dildo makes it easy to transmit infections from one partner.

Katie Peachesa
Katie Peachesa

Katie Peachesa is a sex and lingerie blogger based out of the urban chic Wapping in the heart of East London, United Kingdom. In her spare time, Katie enjoys photography, yoga and fitness, a bit of boxing, traveling, keeping up with the latest fashion trends and mudlarking and exploring pastoral settings. You are likely to find Katie in an artisan cafe in Brick Lane on a Saturday afternoon furiously typing her next article on her laptop whilst she is sipping on her flat white and drawing inspiration from the hustle and bustle in the heart of creative London. Katie runs the "Fashion Life Mag" and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Allure, Grazia, Tatler, Evening Standard and other popular media outlets.

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