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Allergic to Condoms
 
Dec 29, 2015

Allergy to latex condoms can cause a rash on the penis, or on the genital skin of your sexual partner. As well as redness, there may be blistering and itching. The rash usually occurs 6–48 hours after using the condom. This is something that you don't have to experience.

 

At condomania.com we have several different options for people with allergies to latex. There are a few reasons to choose non latex condoms, from allergies to heightened sensitivities and heat transfers. Non latex condom technology has grown beyond lambskin options to a whole range of materials and textures. Polyisoprene and polyurethane offer all of the safety of a latex condom and are super thin, clear and odor free. If latex has ever been an issue for you, try something from our non latex condoms line. Some of our products include but aren't limited to; SKYN, Trojan Supra Bareskin, and Trojan Naturalamb.


SKYN is a Polyisoprene Condom made by LifeStyles. SKYN is the first premium condom made from polyisoprene: a scientifically formulated non-latex material that delivers the ultimate sensitivity that is the closest thing to wearing nothing. Polyisoprene material provides softer, more natural feel than latex that's clinically proven to enhance sensation. Combines the strength of premium latex with the sensitivity of an ultra thin condom for that Skyn-to-Skyn sensation. Ideal for people with latex allergies or latex sensitivity. Long-lasting, ultra smooth lubricant enhances the experience. Delivers the strength of Premium Latex with the sensitivity of an Ultra Thin condom.

 

Provides a totally natural feeling for both partners. Flexible material makes them extremely comfortable. Ultra smooth, long-lasting lubricant enhances pleasure. Each condom is electronically tested to meet U.S. Safety & Reliability standards. This condom is lined with silicone based lubricant. It is fine to use either a silicone or water based lubricant with this condom. They are quite thick, and may rip easily on particularly well-endowed users. They also might require extra lubrication, and are not good for people with piercings. They also have a different smell than latex condoms. Users commented that climax sensation was reduced. SKYN is a Polyisoprene Condom made by LifeStyles: Available in packs of 3, 12 or 24 condoms Thickness: 53 mm. Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 5.4 x 5.4 inches.

 

Trojan Supra condoms are produced by the well establish TROJAN brand. They are non-latex and available in multiple sizes - medium, standard fit, non-latex and polyurethane. Trojan Supra Bareskin Lubricated Condoms are America's Thinnest Non-Latex Condoms - recommended for latex sensitive people. These Lubricated Condoms are designed to transmit natural body heat. They are super thin, yet strong and made from clear, odor free, medical-grade polyurethane. PRODUCT STATS (More Info) Lubrication: Water-based Material: Polyurethane Features: Extra sensitive, thin Product reviews have been mixed.

 

The preference comes down to latex vs. non-latex. Users who are allergic to latex have not liked the product. Also several users highly recommend as it is easy to slide off and feels snug when putting on. Also the product is durable and has not had caused any breaks. Other similar products in the market are the following: Trojan Bareskin Lubricated, Lifestyles Skyn Selection Condoms, Trojan Studded Bareskin Premium Lubricated Condoms, Durex Avanti Bare Real Feel Polyisoprene Non Latex Lubricated Condoms.

 

Trojan Naturalamb condoms are latex free condoms made by Trojan. They are ideal for couples who want heightened sensitivity. These condoms have that skin to skin feel you don’t normal find in other brands. This contains no latex so it may be used for people who are latex sensitive. Also it has water based lubricant for comfort and sensitivity. Reviews are positive about this condom. People love the way it feels and acts like it’s not even there. They state this is a high quality product and use it again and again. One reviewer even stated it felt so natural he had to check it was still there and to his surprise it was! It is as close as you get to wearing nothing at all. But there are a few cons to this product.

 

Some people didn’t like the way the condom looked because it is made of sheep membrane. Also with it, comes a smell that some people just can’t tolerate. A reviewer stated it reeked and smelled up the entire house and stayed on their finger for a while. Also a woman reviewed and she said it felt like wrinkled skin. The sizes of the condoms are: Head Width 2.8" Shaft Width 2.8" Base Width 2.8" Length 7.87" Thickness 0.003" A similar product would be: Durex Real Feel Polyisoprene Non Latex Lubricated Condoms.

 

The only way to prevent an allergic reaction to latex is to avoid the substance. A new, natural rubber latex from the desert plant guayule is now being used for many products. This product is thought to be a safer alternative for people with latex allergy and healthcare workers.

 

Synthetic products are also safe. Substitutes for latex gloves, such as vinyl or nitrile gloves, should be used at all times by people with latex allergy. Natural skin condoms are available, but while they protect against pregnancy, they do not shield against HIV or other sexually-transmitted diseases. If you have mild skin reactions from latex, anti-inflammatory medications may help relieve symptoms. People at risk of a serious, anaphylactic reaction to latex should carry autoinjectible epinephrine everywhere in case of emergency. Be sure to seek medial attention immediately in the event of a serious reaction.

 

Condomania.com is Americas First Condom Store and has been selling condoms since 1991, We have sold tens of millions of condoms from the largest and smallest brands. Condomania is the premier source for condom reviews, wholesale condoms for your organization as well as custom wrapped and custom printed condoms (yes on the latex condom itself). Our expert staff are here to help with any questions. Call 800-9-266-366

 

 
 

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