Whether you’re interested in trying non-lubricated condoms for the first time or you’re already hooked on them and you’re just trying to find one that works best for you and your partner(s), this best dry condoms buying guide is designed to keep you dry as a bone whilst buried between dem thick thighs.
“Why Use Non-Lubricated Condoms?” lubricant allergy, allergic to latex “Q: Am I allergic to condoms/lube?” If it’s water-based, warming, tingling, cooling or has any other bells and whistles like added flavor, the chances are it’s packed with potentially problematic ingredients for vaginal flora.
But, flavored lubes do taste irresistibly delicious atop flavored latex barriers when used for their intended purpose… safer oral sex. Rimjobs, blowjobs, eating out… there’s a non-lubricated latex barrier for all of these otherwise risky activities.
Unlike water-based personal lubricants, pure silicone-based lubes like Pjur Man Basic are hypoallergenic and safe for those with sensitive skin. If this seems to prevent itchiness and rashes you could skip the add-your-own-lube step and switch to one of our, “Best Silicone-Lubricated Condoms.”
Feeling crafty and filled with the crazy uncontrollable desire to make your own lube at home? Find out how in, “Diving into the Realm of DIY Lube!”
Using non-lubricated condoms for something other than safer sex? Survival, scientific testing protection from sweat during performances with a wireless microphone battery pack “Ten Alternative Uses for Condoms” “Camping with Condoms” “Condom Catheters and Incontinence” or as a mixed media art supply as seen in, “Condoms in Fine Art.”
Also allergic to latex? Tough stuff. Read more about this niche condom market that is not yet filled in, “The Need for Non-Lubricated, Non-Latex Condoms.”
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Best Non-Lubricated Condoms:
Bulk, Dry Condoms (Nude or Black)