Regarding sex, condoms aren’t simply for your safety; they can enhance the experience. Consenting to use a condom can open up a new realm of sensual experiences in the bedroom.
Using condoms as part of foreplay, oral and anal, and even masturbation is possible. Knowing your way around the condom drawer will be helpful in this regard. You also need to be aware of things like the texture and lubrication of the material.
To help you pick the appropriate condom for you, we’ve put together a series of icons to help you through our condom selection process. So there’s no need to worry about finding the right condom no matter where you shop, online or in a brick-and-mortar establishment.
To learn more about our condom navigators, please get in touch with us. To learn more about them, click here. Inquire about basic condoms, or condom use in general, if you’d like. Whether a complete rookie or a seasoned pro, our condom purchase guide is here to help!
What’s the use of using a condom if I’m not sexually active?
When it comes to safe sex, condoms are your best friend. Various materials have been used for contraception in the past, from pigskin to linen that has been soaked. Because of these early materials and processes, condoms have drastically evolved as we know them today.
Many sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, can be prevented by using condoms and a reduced risk of some cancers in today’s modern world with condoms. Cervical cancer, for example, is brought on by the sexual transmission of certain strains of the Human papillomavirus (HPV).
With the advent of condoms, the bedroom has never been more fun and exciting. If you’re looking for a condom that meets your needs, there are many flavors, textures, and varieties.
What are the different types of condoms?
So, what are the different types of condoms? The most common types include:
- Latex condoms
- Textured condoms
- Flavored condoms
- Lubricated condoms
- Latex-free condoms
1. Latex condoms
Condoms are most commonly made of latex. It’s waterproof, breathable, and robust. Unfortunately, natural rubber latex, the most common material used in condoms, triggers allergic responses in certain people. Our selection of latex condoms is available both online and in-store.
2. Textured Condoms
Textured condoms are those that have a variety of textures on the condom itself to enable more stimulation when worn with a lover. For example, among our Pleasure Me condoms are raised ribs and dots meant to enhance sensation during sex, such as those seen on our condoms.
3. Flavoured Condoms
You may make the bedroom a little more decadent with the help of flavored condoms. The Durex Strawberry condoms, for example, can give your sex life a new flavor. If you’re curious about flavored condoms, keep reading. Our flavored condom guide has all the information you need to know.
4. Lubricated condoms
Most condoms are pre-lubricated, which means they are ready to use as soon as you open the package. However, the extra lubricant may be included in some condoms to ensure a more comfortable experience.
5. Latex-free condoms
Many latex-free options are available for folks who are allergic to latex or prefer a different feel.
Rather than being constructed of latex, Durex Real Feel condoms are made of polyisoprene, a modern synthetic rubber substitute. So if you’re looking for the same smoothness as latex condoms without the drama, this is the product for you!
Find the perfect condom.
Once you’ve learned all you can talk about condoms, it’s time to pick the right one. When finding the perfect condom, use our Find Your Best Fit tool. Then, if you’re still stuck, our Find My Condom quiz will guide you through the process of locating the ideal barrier for your needs.
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