SAFETY AND MATERIALS
Safety is the most important thing to us here at Creature Feature Toys, especially when the body's most sensitive areas are involved! Our toys are created and make contact with only safe materials throughout the entire process. We err on the side of caution with controversial materials with little research supporting its safety.
The adult toy industry is wildly unregulated. Many materials are not created or tested with use as an adult toy in mind, which requires careful research of each material as well as contacting the manufacturer for guidance.
Creature Feature Toys is fully committed to providing high quality products that you can use without worry. Be sure to read our Toy Care Guide for instructions on how to keep your toys clean for many years of enjoyment.
|▼ Our Materials ▼|
|▸ Non-sulfurous, non-toxic polymer clay for our original hand sculpted master models
▸ 100% Platinum Cure Silicone from Smooth-On that is skin safe, non-porous, and easy to clean for casting and pouring toys with no questionable additives
▸ Mann's Ease Release 200, a removable polymer release agent for demolding
▸ SmoothCast non-leeching resin, and mineral spirits for master copies. While the resin is safe once cured, the molds used to create the resin masters are not reused for toys
▸ Water-based polyurethane to give masters a smooth, even finish
▸ FDA approved cosmetic grade mica pigments that are vegan and ethically sourced and safe for eye, lip, and skin exposure — the safest cosmetic rating the FDA gives for pigments
▸Skin safe Silc Pig Electric Fluorescent Silicone Pigments for our UV colors
▸Photoluminescent Pigment, Non-toxic, non-radioactive pigments for for Glow in the Dark, rated for use in silicone applications
▸In rare cases, Sil-Poxy from Smooth-On is used to repair flops. We will always disclose when this is used. Sil-Poxy is a silicone adhesive that is certified skin safe.
▸ Latex-free powder-free gloves are worn for the entire process
|▼ Our Stance on Mica ▼|
| Cosmetic mica is mined from a naturally occurring mineral and processed to add color, and can often come from countries that utilize unethical labor from children or potentially slave labor.
We only use mica from professional and trustworthy sources.
We take care to research who we buy from and strive to ensure that their product is professionally, ethically sourced. Our main sources are Just Pigments and TKB Trading.
Due to how natural mica is processed, certain colors are not contact safe for all areas of the body according to FDA regulation. Depending on additives used during the process, synthetic mica can share this issue.