A thorough roundup of the best softest dildos in 2023. From smooth and textured, realistic and fantasy, to small and thick soft dildos, we’ve got it all here. Read on:
Soft dildos are squishy, fleshy, and fun to squeeze. And that’s why they’re great for you if you’re a beginner, sensitive to textures and pressure, tight, or have some medical condition that makes penetrative sex painful.
Its squishiness and flexibility make inserting the dildo to your desired hole comfortable and more doable. That’s why you really can’t go wrong with it. So, they’re great for both penis- and vagina-owners.
Plus, they’re readily available! Silicone soft dildos are pretty affordable and come in various designs, sizes, textures, and colors. The challenge now is how to choose which one is the best for you!
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Soft dildo is synonymous with SquarePegToys Leo. It’s super soft and squishy all the way with realistic details as it’s lifecast from a real person. Plus, it comes in nine size options, so you can really find the right size for you.
If you’re looking for the most affordable soft dildo, the answer is NS Novelties Colours Soft. And it’s not just budget-friendly. It also performs really well. It’s realistic – has balls, veins, and bulbous head – and feels soft to squeeze but maintains its shape well.
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Top 3 Softest Dildos At A Glance
NS Novelties Colours Soft
Vixen Mustang VixSkin
Best Soft & Suction Cup Dildos in 2023
SquarePegToys is the OG of soft silicone dildos. As one of the pioneers, their SuperSoft line is, indeed, super soft and squishy – especially Leo.
SquarePegToys Leo’s squish makes using it comfortable, and its softness feels fleshy. You can feel its veiny texture, and you can size up for that feeling of “fullness” without it being painful as it’s soft all the way.
This lifecast detail captures all the details of a penis as it’s handcrafted and molded from an actual person! A truly artisan soft dildo to add to your repertoire.
I like how Leo has a LOT of size options: NINE! If you really like it and wish it was smaller or bigger, you can just get the size that works best for you.
NS Novelties Colours Soft is the most affordable soft dildo you can find. It’s squishy to touch and very flexible – bend it to any angle you want.
It has a realistic look, complete with veiny textures, rounded balls, and skin tone colors. If you want a pop of color, it also comes in bright blue, purple, and pink colors.
This super soft dildo is also a decent size for beginners at 5.25 inches insertable length and 1.4 inches width. If you want a bigger one, go for its bigger Colours Soft brother that measures 7.25 inches long and 2 inches wide.
It does use quite a lot of lube and collects dust and lint. But that’s also fairly common with silicone.
The VixSkin line is like a soft dildo in premium. Vixen Mustang VixSkin is all about the SQUISH.
When you touch Mustang, it feels very mushy. I like squeezing it with my hands and clenching it inside. But, it doesn’t flop much during vigorous thrusting sessions because it has quite a stable core.
This soft dildo is usually a crowd favorite. So while it’s a little pricier than other dildos, many still opt to have this in their collection (like me).
It’s curved, so it does an excellent job targeting and reaching your G-spot or P-spot.
Read our Vixen Mustang review to learn more.
Uberrime Splendid is one of my favorite dildos because 1) it’s pretty, and 2) it feels really good.
Splendid’s large head applies just the right pressure on your G-spot or prostate. Since it’s soft, it’s not uncomfortably stimulating.
Its shape looks similar to the Mustang, and they’re both curved for G-spot and P-spot stimulation. Key difference? Splendid is more affordable.
Also, Mustang is squishier. But if you’re into soft dildos but with a little bit more pressure (without adding much rigidness), go for Splendid.
It’s more textured as well. The large veins stimulate and rub on your vaginal/anal canal – great if you’re into it but not so much if you’re sensitive.
Luminous Stud is an affordable soft suction cup dildo you can get if you like a larger dong. It’s squishy, thick, long, and has a swollen head.
Stud is BIG and makes you feel full, but the squishy-soft texture makes inserting it manageable.
It glows in the dark, so it’s more fun to look at than your good ol’ regular dildos.
Stud is not an artisan, handmade dildo. So it’s more affordable.
That also means it sometimes has minor surface imperfections like little nicks. No worries for me as it doesn’t affect its quality, just a wee bit visible.
Vixen Spur VixSkin might be the most petite soft dildo on this list in both insertable length and diameter, but it’s not one to underestimate.
It’s small, gentle, and soft. I would pick this up if you’re exploring penetrative plays, whether vaginal or anal. You can also make your sexplorations more interesting by adding temperature. Spur retains temperature really well, so you can go hot or cold.
Spur is great if you’re just starting with dildos (just that the price isn’t the cheapest), very tight, or suffering from medical conditions that make penetration painful.
Blush Neo Elite is my go-to rec for beginners and first-time buyers, especially those looking for softer dongs.
It’s average-sized, good quality, AND affordable. It has an almost skin-like softness and is not too slick. It amazingly feels soft and nice to touch for a mass-produced toy, and it’s even a bit close to VixSkin. (But, of course, VixSkin is VixSkin.)
It only comes in bright, non-flesh-like colors – neon pink and neon blue. They’re not the most lifelike look, but I sometimes find the colorful options more interesting than the usual fleshy tones.
Mr. Hankey’s Toys Seahorse is the ultimate fantasy dildo. But get it in the 30% Soft firmness by special request. They make the softest, squishiest fantasy dildos!
Seahorse has intricate details and textures with lots of bumps, ridges, and humps that you will feel pop through your sphincter. Its smallest size (which isn’t that small) is a good starting point for depth and width play. Size royals can go for its larger size too.
The squishy 30% Soft is perfect for its textures and girth, really. It won’t feel floppy at all.
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What I like most about BMS Factory Naked Addiction is how it’s still soft, but not sticky like most soft silicone dildos. It doesn’t collect dust and lint and won’t hog up lube as much.
This dual density dildo has the most skin-like feel, along with its veins and skin details, but it’s not too draggy. Which is a good thing, because that means you wouldn’t have to use too much lube.
The only thing is that – it doesn’t have options. It’s great, but only when it’s for you. If the color or size doesn’t suit your tastes, you’d have to look elsewhere.
Tantus Cush O2 is a soft dildo, which works really well for its design because of its texture. It has two ridges – one under its head and the other in the middle of its shaft.
It also has a big but very tapered head, making inserting in your holes extra easy. The head is very squashy, and it has a smooth finish.
It feels best when used anally as its tapered hit and ridges hit your prostate just right.
The G-spot needs a wider head for stimulation, but I’ve listed a lot of soft dildos that do that on this compilation.
SquarePegToys Dirk is all about the girth. It’s THICK, sans the long length you’d usually get from girthy dildos.
Of course, it could be too thick for you. Some might find it hard to insert, so you should be warmed up, well-stretched, and generously lubed for it.
It also has a very realistic uncut design. Dirk has two styles of different sizes. The Actual Size is the shorter one with the bunched-up foreskin. Meanwhile, 1X is the lengthier dong with its hood up the glans.
I like how it’s asymmetrical because it feels more realistic. And that’s because it’s actually lifecast – like Leo!
Buying Guide: How to Choose Your Soft Dildo
Size matters. But bigger isn’t always better.
If you’re new to using dildos and are looking to explore your sexuality, then the best dildo for you will be a small soft dildo. This helps get you used to how a dildo feels without worrying about it being too big.
You can then move on to a bigger soft dildo and eventually a hard dildo. Soft dildos are also great for bigger dildos because they are thicker, so you will still feel full, but it won’t be too difficult to insert.
Soft dildos aren’t made equal – some are squishier than others.
Depending on the brand, the squishiness of a dildo may vary. It is not easy to tell the exact squish between two soft dildos by just looking at them.
The only way to find out the actual softness is to touch it. But you can’t do that when shopping online.
So, do as much research as you can – read reviews, go on Reddit threads, watch videos.
It is important to find the perfect material that works for you in the adult toy world.
There is a range of factors to consider when choosing the right dildo material. Some sex toys feel pleasant to the touch, others feel soft, others still feel hard and firm, and others are realistic and body-safe. So which material is the best for you?
I recommend you always go for silicone. It’s body-safe, easy-to-clean, durable, feels good, and overall the best material for a soft silicone, albeit usually more expensive.
Other materials are plastic, soft jelly, and leather. They may be soft and cheaper, but they’re also porous.
One of the most crucial aspects of choosing a dildo is how you want it to feel.
For example, do you want it to feel like you’re having sex with someone else, or do you want to experience a whole new sensation? It’s possible to achieve the fantasy of different types of sex through the right design of your dildo.
Soft dildos are usually realistic or non-phallic. Some want their dildos to look like a natural penis as much as possible, while others don’t want a lifelike dong.
What is a soft dildo, exactly?
A soft dildo is just what it sounds like. These phallic sex toys are squishy and flexible. You can bend and squeeze it as you like. This density works best on large and textured dildos so you can insert them comfortably. They’re also good for beginners and sensitive users who might find rigid dongs too stimulating.
Okay… how to use it?
Soft dildos, like regular dildos, are made for penetration. It’s the least likely to hurt you, so they’re great for exploring different sensations and sextivities. Follow the usual steps: make sure it’s clean, use a good amount of lube, insert it into your desired hole, and find the angles, speed, and stimulation you like.
How should you clean a soft dildo?
Cleaning soft dildos is easy. Simply wipe it with a clean cloth, and you’re good to go. Dildos made from silicone and plastic can be washed with water and gentle soap.
Porous materials like leather are more challenging to clean as they can harbor bacteria. Make sure to clean, sanitize and dry them carefully.
What are the pros and cons of a soft dildo?
- Beginner-friendly as it’s easy to insert
- Least like to cause chafing because of its soft material
- Most are pretty affordable
- Available in many varieties, so you get many options
- Ideal for sensitive people who want texture on their dildo
- Makes large and girthy dildos more manageable to use
- Not as stimulating as rigid dildos
- Could be floppy when thrusting vigorously, especially for longer dildos
What feels better – soft or rigid dildoes?
Depends on the user, really. If you’re a beginner, soft dildoes aren’t too intimidating to use. They’re safe and not likely to be painful. They also make textured dildos not overstimulating, especially for sensitive dong-users. But if you want targeted stimulation, prominent textures, and intense play, you may go for rigid dildos.
We’ve compiled only the best soft dildos on this list – the best value for money, the most budget-friendly, the most worth-it premium purchase, the best for beginners, the best large and small dildos, and so on.
There’s one for everyone, regardless of what you’re looking for. *wink*