Different materials can change the way different types of condoms are produced. However, most methods are very similar to how latex condoms are made.
Polyurethane was one of the first non-latex condom materials on the market– and it was the first to prevent against STDs as well as unexpected pregnancy. But do the Trojan BareSkin Non-Latex Supras hold up to their latex cousins? We’ll just have to see.
There’s some family bickering going on in the world-wide condom collective. Ansell, the makers of LifeStyles brand condoms, is currently in the process of suing Reckitt-Benckiser, makers of Durex condoms, over the manufacturing of polyisoprene condoms.
A: Oil-based lubricants should never be used in conjunction with latex or polyisoprene condoms.
Dearest readers, you’ve been welcoming in the new year with tons of safe sex. How do we know? From all the reader questions you’ve been submitting to us! January was our biggest month of questions thus far, which makes feel pretty optimistic. These were some of our favorites!
With a matte, metallic-red wrapper indicative of what you’d find covering a chocolate covered cherry from Godiva, the new non-latex LifeStyles SKYN Intense Feel are truly a cut above other condoms… but one mystery remains. What size are they really?
In Europe, the home of the Durex brand, they’ve had the privilege of having these polyisoprene Durex Real Feel condoms on the market for many years now. Well, guess what? It’s finally here and we couldn’t be more excited to give it a shot!
Q: How can I test if I’m allergic to lube or condoms?