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For folks with a latex allergy, these latex free condoms offer a safe alternative. They also offer an exciting alternative to standard condoms, as they also behave and feel different from traditional latex condoms.
Polyisoprene is the newest material for use in condom manufacture. It is soft and stretchy, which makes it very comfortable to wear as it is flexible and most men find it tends to fit the anatomy well. Somewhat less expensive than polyurethane, it is also somewhat more resistant to breakage. Through chemistry, natural latex is cleansed of the allergens that are typically present in regular latex condoms. Allergies to polyisoprene are rare.
Polyurethane has been around for a much longer period of time and is so strong that it can be much thinner than latex and still be just as reliable. Polyurethane also transmits body heat, unlike latex, which makes condom wearing more pleasurable. When used correctly
, these space age condoms are an effective measure against pregnancy, AIDS and other STDs.
Kling-Tite Naturalamb Condoms are made from a natural membrane that feels completely different from latex and have their own special sensitivity. It is important to know that natural membrane condoms will not prevent the transmission of AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases
. They do reliably protect against pregnancy. Lambskin condoms have been around for centuries and almost certainly were one of the first materials used in condom manufacture, most likely during the Roman Empire.
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