TPE Sex Doll Material

TPE (Thermoplastic elastomer) or TPR (thermoplastic rubber) but sometimes just elastomer became first available in 1950. Nowadays its one of the most popular non-toxic materials in sex toys industry. TPE has plastic and rubber material advantages which make the material soft and flexible so it reminds human skin.

Thermoplastic elastomer best material for sex dolls

It is one of the most popular materials for sex dolls and toys because of it’s softness and flexibility. TPE is a great material for creating the small detailed features of a sex doll, like mouths, noses, and labia. TPE material is soft and easy to fold. Dolls will look and feel the most lifelike because of the material extreme softness. Thermoplastic elastomer has no smell at all. The material is very flexible, it can be bent, stretched, twisted and it retains easily it’s original shape. These features make it one of the best material for hyper realistic sex dolls.

How to clean thermoplastic elastomer

TPE as a material is easy to clean, it is resistant to markings and tears, and dries quickly. For cleaning TPE materials it is recommended to use water and soap. Sex dolls body should be thoroughly cleaned every 30 days by bath or shower using a mild antimicrobial soap. TPE material must always be completely dry when stored but when you left it damp the sex doll may go moldy.

TPE is very porous and darker colors or patterns may bleed and cause discoloration to your doll. Colors from clothes can be difficult or even impossible remove from your doll. So make sure the clothes you use are colour transfer resistant. Thermoplastic used in sex dolls is considered latex-free but in some manufacturers dolls it may contain trace amounts of latex proteins. Latex allergic should ask extra information from us about the product they want to buy.

Use water-based lubricants with TPE materials

We recommend to use water-based lubricants with TPE toys. Sometimes we send special toy cleaner as a gift too. Latex allergy may cause itchy skin and hives or even anaphylaxis. Your doctor can determine if you have a latex allergy or if you’re at risk of developing a latex allergy.