Five Different Condoms Styles for the Ultimate Pleasure Experiences!
Specially lubricated for maximum pleasure & glide
Low latex scent
Reservoir tip offers extra safety & comfort
100% electronically tested
When used correctly every time you have sex, latex condoms help prevent pregnancy and reduce the risk of transmitting HIV/AIDS, and other sexually transmitted infections.
LifeStyles Pleasure Collection Includes:
(4) UltraSensitive: Thin and shaped, but still offers the same safety and reliability as standard condoms.
(2) Flavors & Colors: Flavored lubrication and a variety of condom colors for maximum pleasure.
(2) Skyn®: Made of non-latex, polyisoprene material, that is clinically proven to protect and provide more comfort and sensitivity; the closest thing to wearing nothing!
(2) Thyn®: 21% thinner than our standard condom. Our thinnest condom ever.
(2) Thryll™: Feel the Intensity. Not the condom. Over 100 'studs' in all the right places.
(3) Aloe & Vitamin E: Formulated with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E for a smooth, silky sensation. It is long-lasting and non-staining.
Please Note: Due to nature of the product, we cannot accept returns or exchanges.
This Product Contains Natural Rubber Latex Which May Cause Allergic Reactions. LifeStyles SKYN synthetic polyisoprene condoms do not contain natural rubber latex and are a suitable choice for people with a known or suspected allergy to natural rubber latex. For maximum protection, read and follow the instructions and caution advice printed inside this carton.
Latex condoms do not completely eliminate the risks of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
To get the most protection from a latex condom, use one correctly every time you have sex. Please see directions for use inside the package
There are many STIs. A latex condom can reduce the risk of STI transmission to or from the head of the penis. However, some STIs can also be spread by other sexual contact. For additional information on STI protection, please read the information inside the package
If you believe you have an STI, contact a health care provider. For more information on condoms or STIs, contact a health care provider or public health agency.