Durex Pleasure Me
Stimulating ribbed & dotted texture.
Easy-On shaped & teat ended for comfort & fit.
Transparent & lubricated natural rubber latex condoms.
Nominal width: 56mm
Using a Play lubes from Durex are condoms can enhance sex. All Play lubes from Durex are condom friendly, unlike oil-based lubricants which can damage condoms. Durex Pleasure Me condoms are a method of contraception that may help reduce the risk of pregnancy & transmission of STIs. No method of contraception can give you 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections. Use a condom only once. Dermatologically tested.
Sex is more fun when you're relaxed and confident. If you've taken time to find out how to use condoms, you'll be able to enjoy the experience without anxiety spoiling the moment. Take care to only use lubricants that are recommended for use with condoms, such as the Durex Play lube range. Oil-based ones like petroleum jelly, baby oil and some pessaries can damage condoms. So can some topical medicines that are applied to the penis or vagina. If you're not sure about the effect of the medicines you're using on condoms, ask your doctor or pharmacist. Durex condoms are dermatologically tested. If you feel discomfort or irritation while you're using a Durex condom, stop using it. If your symptoms carry on afterwards, see a doctor. Some people are sensitive to latex. If you think you might be sensitive or allergic to latex, get advice from your doctor. Durex Avanti Ultima Polyisoprene condoms are suitable for latex sensitive people. If they are used properly, condoms may help to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted infections. For anal sex, you should use additional lubrication on the outside of the condom to help reduce the risk of the condom breaking or coming off. (Don't use Durex Tingle condoms for anal sex). Always read the guidance on lube packaging before you use it. If you use a condom for oral sex first, you should use a new condom for any other type of sex that follows. No method of contraception can provide 100% protection against pregnancy or the transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If you are worried that you or your partner may have become pregnant or infected, contact your doctor immediately. Use a condom only once.