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Trojan's Fire and Ice Condom Options
 
Mar 28, 2016

There are thousands of different types of condoms and products that go with condoms on the market. This can make it difficult finding the best fit for yourself and your partner. The following information will give you a better description of Trojan's Fire and Ice options.

 

Trojan's Fire & Ice Condom features a comfortable shape that allows freedom of movement for a more natural experience. There's dual action lubricant on the inside AND outside of the condom provides warming and tingling sensations to thrill both partners. Water-Based Lubricant. This product contains nonoxynol-9. The active ingredient in spermicide, Nonoxynol-9 can irritate the vaginal lining.


Trojan Fire and Ice:

 

Trojans Fire & Ice condoms offer a very unique and thrilling combination of sensations! The secret behind the magic Trojan Fire & Ice condoms is Trojan's super enhanced heating and tingling lubricant! The Trojan Fire & Ice condoms include a generous amount of lubricant that coats not only the outside but also the inside of the condom. The Trojan Fire & Ice condoms are made out of top grade Latex and include Nonoxynol-9 as the main ingredient in the Trojan Fire & Ice condoms patented warming and tingling lubricant. Aside from the warming and tingling lubricant, the condom itself is quite smooth and has an attached reservoir tip. Since the Trojan Fire & Ice condoms are made out of latex it is not advised to use any other type of lubricant that is not water based while using these condoms. While using the Trojan Fire & Ice condoms, you can expect an intense but very satisfying experience!

 

Features:

 

- Dual Action Lubricant inside and out to deliver warming and tingling sensations to both partners.

- Made from Premium Quality Latex - to help reduce the risk

- Each Condom is Electronically Tested - to help ensure reliability

 

Trojan Pleasures Ecstasy Fire & Ice:

 

Trojan Ecstasy Fire & Ice condoms are made from premium quality latex. Their unique design lets you and your partner feel the pleasure, not the condom. Both the Fire & Ice and Ecstasy condom designs. They feature the following special features: dual lubricant on both sides to deliver warming and tingling sensations to both partners inside and out, a distinct shape with a wider tip to allow freedom of movement for a more natural experience but yet with a tapered at the base for a secure fit. If you love Trojan’s Fire & Ice but want a shape contoured for a wider tip, now you can combine your favorite warming and tingling condoms with your favorite wide tip condoms for one amazing experience. The lubricants may not be ideal for sensitive skin. The warming sensation may sting and the tingling sensation may create an overly numb feeling. This product also contains spermicide. The active ingredient in spermicide, Nonoxynol-9 can irritate the vaginal lining. For this reason, these condoms are only recommended for use once a day or less if possible. The dimensions are as follows: Length:8.37" or 212.6mm. Width: 2" or 50.8mm, Diameter: 1.27" or 32.26mm, Circumference: 4" or 101.6mm.

 

Features:

 

Warming and tingling sensations for both partners

- Dual action lubricant

- Electronically tested to help ensure reliability

- Textured for stimulation

- Tapered at end

- Reduces risk of pregnancy and STIs

- Lubricated inside and out

 

Caution: this product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. Avoid exposure To direct sunlight or storage for prolonged periods at temperatures above 100f.

 

Trojan Brand Condoms are America's #1 condom and have been trusted for over 90 years. Trojan Brand Condoms are made from premium quality latex to help reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Each condom is electronically tested to help ensure reliability. There are over 30 varieties of Trojan Brand Condoms. More Americans trust the Trojan Brand than any other condom.

 

The FDA says it's important to use condoms (rubbers, prophylactics) to help reduce the spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). These diseases include the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, or HIV (the virus that causes AIDS), chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, hepatitis B, and syphilis. You can get them through having sex -- vaginal, anal, or oral.

 

The surest way to avoid these diseases is to not have sex altogether (abstinence). Another way is to limit sex to one partner who also limits his or her sex in the same way (monogamy). Condoms are not 100% safe, but if used properly, will reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS. Protecting yourself against the AIDS virus is of special concern because this disease is fatal and has no cure.

 

Many people infected with HIV in the United States got the disease during sexual intercourse with an infected partner. Experts believe that many of these people could have avoided the disease by using condoms.

 

Condoms are used for both birth control and reducing the risk of disease. That's why some people think that other forms of birth control -- such as the IUD, diaphragm, cervical cap or pill -- will protect them against diseases, too. But that's not true. So if you use any other form of birth control, you still need a condom in addition to reduce the risk of getting sexually transmitted diseases.

 

A condom is especially important when an uninfected pregnant woman has sex because it can also help protect her and her unborn child from a sexually transmitted disease.

 

Condoms are not 100% safe, but if used properly, will reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS.

 

A person who takes part in risky sexual behavior should always use a condom.

 

The highest risk comes from having intercourse -- vaginal, anal, or oral -- with a person who has a sexually transmitted disease. If you have sex with an infected person, you're taking a big chance. If you know your partner is infected, the best rule is to avoid intercourse (including oral sex). If you do decide to have sex with an infected partner, you should always be sure a condom is used from start to finish, every time.

 

 
 

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