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Review SKYN ORIGINAL x 12
It’s easy to have gripes about condoms. Maybe it’s that we feel closer to our lover, or enjoy the sensation of sex more without barriers. But we also want to stay safer, choose when and if we become pregnant; and alleviating those concerns helps us enjoy sex more. Those of us who can’t use latex, have more to gripe about. Non-latex materials are often not stretchy so they have a poor fit, or inflexible so it sounds like you’re having sex with a lunch bag. Well, Skyn’s polyisoprene material solves those issues so we can get back to having that safer sex we want to have!
Skyn condoms are soft and flexible. The breakthrough polyisoprene non-latex material gives you great sensitivity and is clinically proven to enhance sensation. Polyisoprene starts its life as latex, but is then processed to have latex proteins and allergens removed. Our customers pick Skyn condoms time and again as their favorite non-latex condoms.ﾠ They are thin, strong, stretchy and comfortable. So, let’s quit griping and put one of these great condoms to use!
You may also buy these in different quantities through our "Mixed Non-Latex Condoms" product. We can break apart a box and send you how many you want. If you're concerned that we might not have as many as desired, drop us a line at (505) 265-5815 or [email protected]
Our reviewer said, “This is my favorite non-latex condom. It doesn’t feel significantly different from latex to me (though I’m the receiver), and it smells and tastes a whole lot better. I like that they stretch a bit because to me, polyurethane feels like I’d imagine it would feel if I had sex with a pleather couch.”
|Included:||• 12 condoms|
|Material:||• Polyisoprene, silicone lube|
|Dimensions:||• Length: 7.5” (190.5mm)|
|• Circumference: 6.6" (168mm)|
|• Diameter: 2.09” (53mm)|
|• Nominal width: 3.3" (84mm)|
|• Thickness: No information available|
Care and Upkeep
Polyisoprene can be used with water-based and silicone lubricants. Oil-based lubricants are a puzzler. Some companies say that yes, you can use their oil-based lube on polyisoprene. Yet, polyisoprene is close to latex, it just has some proteins and allergens removed, and one can’t use oil with latex. If oil-based lube is your thing, use caution if you decide to put the two together.
Confused about condom sizing? What the heck is "nominal width?" Read all about it in our blog post How To Find The Right Sized Condom!