Durex Latex Free - 12 Condoms

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What are Durex Latex Free Condoms?

Durex Latex Free are designed so sex can be safe and enjoyable even if you have an allergy to natural rubber latex. The condoms are made from a latex-free alternative material which is safe for your body and means you can still enjoy sex whilst staying safe. The condoms feature Easy-On™ technology with a teat end and a smooth shape for easy application. Don’t let a latex allergy stop you from safely enjoying sex. Try Durex Late Free Condoms. 


What are the symptoms of a latex allergy?

It is a myth that if you have already been exposed to latex condoms without a problem that you won’t develop an allergy to latex. Even if you have used condoms made from latex in the past there is a possibility that you can develop a new latex allergy. Symptoms of a latex allergy are similar to standard symptoms you would experience with an allergic reaction. The symptoms of a latex allergy can cause some discomfort as they may occur around the genital area where there was contact with the condom. Symptoms of a latex allergy include:

  • Hives
  • Redness and swelling
  • Itching
  • Runny Nose 
  • Chest tightness
  • Breathing difficulty


How can Durex Latex Free keep you protected during sex?

A latex allergy does not mean you shouldn’t use condoms, you just need to use condoms that are suitable for you.  Durex Latex Free are made from polyisoprene which is a technically advanced non-latex material which is safe for the body. The condoms are teat ended and lubricated for easy application. The nominal width of this condom is 56mm which will fit most men, even those with a larger than average girth. Every Durex condom is 100% electronically tested with 5 more quality tests carried out on every batch. 

How to use this product

Condoms are only effective if they are applied correctly. Before applying any condom, ensure you check the use-by date. If the condom is out of date, do not use it as it will not be as effective. When opening the packet, take care not to rip the condom. This can be achieved by gently pushing the condom to one side of the wrapper and tear from the corner on the opposite side. Avoid handling the condom with sharp nails and jewellery. Check the condom is the correct way round before applying - the teat end should be pointing up. If you have accidentally applied the condom the wrong way round, remove it, dispose of it and use another one. A man’s precum contains semen, so if it comes into contact with a condom before use this can eliminate the effectiveness of the condom. Ensuring the penis is fully erect, pinch the teat between your thumb and finger, to prevent trapped air which can cause the condom to split. Now roll the condom down to the base of the penis whilst smoothing out any air bubbles that may appear around the shaft.


 Remember that no contraception can provide 100% protection against pregnancy so it is recommended that you also use some form of birth control, such as the coil or the pill. Always change your condom when you change to another form of sex, e.g. swapping from vaginal sex to anal sex. 


When NOT to use this product

Never reuse a condom after use. Remember to change the condom when changing to a different form of sex, e.g. a separate condom for vaginal sex when swapping from anal sex. 


Important Information

Make sure to speak to your doctor or Chemist 4 U pharmacist before using this product if you have an underlying medical problem or are taking any other medicine or complementary therapy. If your symptoms get worse or continue after taking this product, contact us or your doctor. For medical services in your area, please refer to https://www.nhs.uk

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