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Condom News >> Why oil-based lubricants can's use with latex condoms?

Latex is popular because it’s extremely strong and elastic, and non-latex materials have different qualities that can affect durability. Oil-based lubricants are not safe to use with latex condom because they permeate the tiny pores in the latex, wearing away at them and causing damage. When you put pressure on the condom – as you do during sex – these tiny holes can expand and the condom may break.

Most oils can damage latex. Mineral oils and vegetable oils are commonly found in some masturbation lubricants and anal lubricants, so look out for these substances. If your lubricants including oil and it’s not specifically approved for use with latex, make it safe and don’t use it.

Other ingredients which can increase the likelihood of a condom failure include natural acids and coarse sugars, but personal lube don’t use these ingredients in high enough concentrations to risk damage. If your lubricant is approved for sexual use and it doesn’t contain oil, it’s safe for your condoms.

The biggest threats to your condoms are environmental. Be sure to store your products in a cool, dry place, and immediately throw away any condoms with damaged packaging. Never reuse condoms. Do not buy condoms in damaged or old packaging, or those which are expired or without imprint date of manufacture or validity. oil-based lubricants suppliers, OEM brand condoms, custom condom manufacturers. Email: linda@oemcondoms.com

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