|Kosher Sex Toys|
Ultra-Orthodox religious rules ban nudity and suggestive imagery so a kosher website is free of coarse language or photos of scantily-clad women and are shipped in boxes that are free of racy image.
However, many consumers are paying 2-4 times for the very same sex toys that are being labeled "kosher" which are also available all over the internet on web sites that also do not have nudity. While this niche idea of marketing sex toys as "kosher" is certainly clever, sellers may not be doing customers a favor with overly high prices and lack of educational information about the products being sold with specific regard to safety and toxins.
The most important thing when it comes to sexual products is that they are nontoxic. In addition, you have to be educated enough to provide information to your consumers about the care of such products. For example, you cannot store elastomer toys together or they chemically melt one another so they must be stored separately. You also cannot use some lubricants with certain sex toys or there can also be unwanted chemical reactions. You should also avoid personal lubricants with parabens which are known hormone disruptors.
Here is a helpful article about toxins in sex toys and how to avoid them-