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Sex toys are most commonly sold at a sex shop, but they may also be sold in a pharmacy/chemist store, a pornographic DVD store or head shop.

Erotic electrostimulation refers to the act of using electricity for sexual stimulation.Glass sex toys are commonly made from clear medical grade borosilicate glass ("hard glass").This particular type of safety toughened glass is non-toxic and will withstand extreme temperatures, as well as physical shock without compromising its structural integrity.The machines work by stimulating nerve endings with electricity, sending signals of stimulation to the brain.Electrostimulation works off this same principle, when the brain received a signal of stimulation from the genitals, pleasure hormones are released.The latest research indicates that exposure to these substances can upset the body's ability to regulate hormone production, damage reproduction, can cause liver and kidney defects, and can cause cancer.

The most common and external side-effects are rashes, itchiness and irritation to the locations of use.

The highest quality glass toys can even be put in the dishwasher making them easier to keep clean. Either the toy may have a hole into which a small bullet vibrator can be inserted, or the core of the glass design can be modified to form a standard vibrator.

As well as their practical qualities, a main selling point of glass sex toys is their visual appeal. The latter option usually has a plastic cap covering the battery compartment, which will also house any control buttons or switches.

Brands like LELO, We-Vibe, Fun Factory, Je Joue, Hot Octopuss, Jimmyjane, Laid, Mystery Vibe and Mystim are all entirely body safe with no Phthalates, favouring the use of silicone as their main material.

Studies on rodents have revealed that when exposed to very large doses, phthalates can cause damage to the liver, lungs, kidneys, testes and can cause hormonal disruption.

Vibrators are vibrating devices intended to stimulate the body.