Electro Safety

As with any kind of play, it’s important to put safety first. Electrosex is totally safe so long as you take the right precautions. Most devices have limits on the amount of electricity allowed to run through them, which is fairly minimal, but there are other factors that need to be considered. Below are a few things to bear in mind:
  • Do not use an electrostimulation unit if you have heart problems or have a pacemaker fitted.
  • Do not use electrostimulation devices while pregnant.
  • Do not use electrostimulation devices above the waist – electricity should never pass your heart so DO NOT put devices anywhere near your nipples.
  • Do not use electrosex kits when feeling fatigued, dehydrated, undernourished, unwell, or not at your best.
  • Do not use electro sex toys on broken or irritated skin.
  • Use a water-based lubricant (with internal attachments) or electro-conductive gel (with external attachments) to increase sensitivity and avoid any skin tenderness.
  • Always ensure that the power is off whilst you’re applying a device to your body (that includes while you’re inserting a dildo or butt plug).
  • Remove all jewelry before you begin experimenting.