Skins Condoms Assorted - 12 Pack

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Alexandra Moses - Medical Content Writer
Alexandra Moses
Medical Content Writer
24/01/2023
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James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
24/01/2023

What is Skins Assorted Condoms 12 Pack? 

This pack of 12 clear condoms contains 4 of each variety, Natural Feel, Dots & Rib and Ultra Thin to get you even closer to the full, realistic experience. Better yet, there’s no irritating latex smell and there’s even extra lubrication for maximum comfort and a friction-free experience. All Skins condoms carry the EU's highest standard CE mark for added reassurance.

 

How to use this product

To use a condom, remove the foil wrapper, being careful not to tear the condom in the process and gently pinch the tip of the condom and place it on the head of the penis. Then, with one finger still pinched around the tip of the condom, place your other fingers around the thick circular edge and slowly roll the condom down the length of the shaft. If you find that the condom won’t unroll, it’s probably inside out.

 

After sex, it’s best to remove the condom before the penis loses its erection, as it’s likely for the condom to slip off and spill semen when the penis softens. To prevent this, hold the condom at the base and slowly pull out of your partner, as soon as possible after ejaculating. To remove the condom, carefully roll the condom down the penis and secure the end to ensure no semen leaks out.

 

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.

 

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.

 

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