It also can retain warmth, so if you decide to heat it up a little bit, it definitely has that potential. However, you shouldn’t try to give it hot baths or submerge it too much, since often, this can mess with the skin, breaking it down and ruining the doll. But, if you want to mimic the warmth of a body, then you can use this, since often the fact that it is way more sensitive does help with this.
The final thing, is that it is also hypoallergenic, and that means that you won’t’ get allergic to it. With some people, they are unfortunately allergic to silicone, which can be a problem over time. You might want to consider this if you know that you have a silicone allergy and you still want a sex doll, since it can help alleviate this problem if you do have it.
With TPE there are many pros that many like to consider, and it I important to keep these in mind when you are buying one. For starters, TPE is way softer. It’s super soft, and you’ll notice that it feels realistic. If you’re getting this doll in order to help with sexual release, or to help prepare you for sexual encounters later on with someone else, this might be something to consider, since it is a whole lot softer, and it feels way better as well. If touch is your thing, then you should consider this.
At the middle market price-range ($100 to approximately $1,000), dolls are made of thicker vinyl or heavy latex without welded seams or a polyurethane and silicone mixture, typically surrounding a foam core. Most have plastic mannequin-style heads and styled wigs, plastic or glass eyes, and occasionally properly moulded hands and feet. Some vinyl dolls can contain water-filled body areas such as the breasts or buttocks. Latex dolls were made in Hungary, China and France but only the French manufacturer Domax now remains in production.