Sex toys 'safer' than children's toys, Swedish chemicals study finds

Of surveyed sex toys, 2% contained banned chemicals compared with 15% of children’s toys tested a year before

Fewer sex toys than children’s toys contain dangerous chemicals, according to a new report by a Swedish inspection authority.

In its study conducted in 2016, 2% of the 44 surveyed sex toys that had been imported to Sweden contained banned chemicals, the Swedish Chemicals Agency (SCA) said. In a separate study the year before, the agency tested 112 children’s toys in Sweden and found 15% contained banned chemical substances, including lead.

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