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Durex Invisible Extra Thin 6 Condoms

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Laura Henderson - Medical Content Writer
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What are Durex Invisible condoms?

Durex Invisible condoms are extra thin condoms which keep you protected while maximising sensitivity. They’re shaped for a closer fit, which combines with the ultra-thin material to help you to feel closer to your partner than ever.


Why do I need to use condoms?

Condoms are an effective way to protect against pregnancy and are the only method of contraception that can protect you from STI’s like chlamydia, HIV, and gonorrhoea. If you’re getting lucky and don’t want to risk an unplanned pregnancy or an unwanted STI, then be smart and use a condom.


Why are Durex Invisible condoms right for me?

Durex Invisible condoms are perfect for those who want to feel every movement of their most intimate moments. The extra-thin material helps to maximise sensitivity, perfect for those who become frustrated with regular condoms but still want to protect themselves from pregnancy or STIs.


Are extra thin condoms more likely to break?

Although Durex Invisible condoms are extra thin, they’re no more likely to break than any other condom. Durex condoms go through strenuous testing before they’re sold, which ensures that they meet or exceed all national and international standards for condoms, this includes these thinner condoms.


Will these condoms fit me?

Durex Invisible condoms are 180mm or 18cm when completely unrolled, which means that they’ll fit most men easily. They have a nominal width of 52mm, making them an ideal for men who have an average girth and find that larger condoms are too loose and snug fit condoms are too tight.


Can I use lube with these condoms?

These condoms can be used with most Durex lubes and pleasure gels, but if you’re not sure then you should read the instructions included with both these condoms and your lube to make sure that they’re compatible.


Can I use these condoms for all types of sex?

You can use Durex Invisible condoms for vaginal, anal, and oral sex, but you should read the information leaflet that comes with your product before using them for oral or anal. Always remember to use a fresh condom if you change the type of sex you’re having, for example, when going from oral to vaginal sex.


How effective are condoms?

Condoms are a very effective way to prevent pregnancy when used safely and properly. They’re 98% effective at preventing pregnancy, which means that out of every 100 couples that use a male condom, only 2 will become pregnant. They can also be used with other methods of contraception, such as the contraceptive pill, to add to your protection.


When should these condoms not be used?

Do not use these condoms if you are allergic to latex. Do not use each condom more than once. Read the information leaflet that comes with this product carefully before use.


How to store this product

Store in a cool, dry place which is out of direct sunlight. Do not use this product if the expiry date printed on the packing has passed. Keep out of sight and reach of children.

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