Durex Intense Ribbed & Dotted - 6 Condoms

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What are Durex Intense Condoms?

Durex Intense Condoms are designed to take your orgasms to the next level. These condoms are covered in strategically placed ribs and dots that will make it easier to stimulate her in all the right places. Durex Intense Condoms are coated in stimulating lubricant gel which will only make the pleasure more intense, increasing her chances of having an orgasm. Perfect for those who want to take their orgasms to the next level.


Why do I need to use a condom during sex?

Condoms are one of the most reliable ways to protect yourself from unwanted pregnancy and the only way to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections (STIs). When used properly, condoms can protect from chlamydia, HIV, and gonorrhoea.


Are Durex Intense Condoms right for me?

Durex Intense Condoms are perfect for those who want to make their orgasms even more intense. If you’re a woman who struggles to orgasm during sex, Durex Intense Condoms can increase your chances of reaching orgasm and making it an earth-shattering experience.


Can I use these condoms for oral sex?

You can use Durex Intense Condoms for oral sex, and the lubricant that coats these condoms has a fresh minty flavour. However, bear in mind that this lubricant also creates an intense tingling sensation when in contact with the skin, which you may not enjoy when you’re performing oral sex on a partner wearing this condom.


Can I use lube with these condoms?

Durex Intense Condoms are pre-lubricated, so you may not need to use lube with these condoms. However, if you do want to use lube then you absolutely can! Just make sure that the lube you’re using is safe for use with latex condoms, as some lubricants can damage condoms or make them less effective. Most Durex lubes are safe to use with condoms, but always check the packaging of your lube before using it with a condom, just to be sure.


How are Durex Intense Condoms right for him and her?

Durex Intense Condoms are designed to bring intense pleasure to both him and her. These ribbed and dotted condoms will stimulate all of her most sensitive areas, while the stimulating lubricant brings warming, cooling, or tingling sensations that will increase her sensitivity. Men wearing Durex Intense Condoms will get greater pleasure from seeing their partner feeling so aroused, while the fit of these condoms bring extra comfort so he can feel the love as well.


How big are these condoms?

Durex Intense Condoms are 195mm or 19.5cm when completely unrolled, meaning that they’ll fit most men. The nominal width of these condoms is 56mm, which is perfect for men who find that average condoms can feel a little tight.


How effective are condoms?

Condoms are 98% effective at protecting you against unwanted pregnancy. This means that if 100 women used condoms as their method of contraception for a year, only 2 of them would become pregnant. And of course, using condoms at the same time as other contraceptive methods, such as the pill or the implant, will only make unwanted pregnancies less likely.


When should Durex Intense Condoms not be used?

Durex Intense Condoms are not suitable for those who are allergic to latex. Do not use each condom more than once. Do not use condoms after the expiry date printed on the packet has passed.


How to store this product

Store in a cool, dry place which is away from direct sunlight. Do not use condoms after the expiry date printed on the packet has passed. Keep out of sight and reach of children.

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