Many reports indicate that silicone lubricants do deteriorate softer sex toys that may also contain silicone, jelly or CyberSkin, due to the way that silicone molecules react with other silicone products.
As silicone lube is hard to wash off entirely, be mindful that this can make cleaning and sterilizing your toys more problematic, trapping odors, bacteria and viruses within it like a protective blanket. Blue Dawn® is effective at removing most silicone lubes, using a soft cloth to gently work the lube off the surface of your toy.
You can always use a good water base / silicone hybrid lube like Sliquid Silk if you want to be on the safe side. It should be noted that silicone lube NEVER plays well with cyberskin based toys and often causes problems with TPE/TPR based toys so avoid those combinations. However, hard plastic, metal, acrylic and glass toys are excellent ...
It is incompatible with many common sex toys. Most of the sex toys on the market are made from rubber, latex, plastic, silicone or rubber, all of which breaks down when in contact with petroleum jelly. If you insist on using petroleum-based lubricants, your options are limited to glass or metal.
The oil based lubes usually come as a thick cream like a petroleum gel or a very thick liquid. These are not recommended for use with your Vibrator for a couple of reasons. The oil can damage latex, jelly and silicone toys and it can gunk up the control pad to your Vibrator. Silicon based lubricants: Silicone based lubricants can be a lot of fun.
Cavanah and others who sell them recommend silicone dildos and vibrators over those made of rubber because they're easier to clean. The surface has fewer tiny pores that could trap germs.