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MANIX SKYN Intense Feel Beaded Texture Stimulating Condoms

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Want to feel the tension as you go deeper? Tickle and titillate your fancy with the MANIX SKYN Intense Feel Beaded Texture Stimulating Condoms!

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Description

Want to feel the tension as you go deeper? Tickle and titillate your fancy with the MANIX SKYN Intense Feel Beaded Texture Stimulating Condoms! Read on to find out what’s special with this premium item:

  • Polyisoprene for ultra-thin but very strong material
  • Intensely beaded texture with pearls and ribs
  • High-quality CE standard with no latex

Made with polyisoprene, Intense Feel is the first-ever stimulating condom without the latex. He’s going to feel like he’s wearing nothing at all, while you’re riding the textured waves and ridges in your most sensitive parts. Everybody wins!

Every SKYN condom is well-lubricated with a long-lasting gel for intense sensations all around. And of course, it’s clinically tested to provide you maximum protection even without the latex.

Say goodbye to the rubber allergies and discomfort, and hello to the one and only, MANIX SKYN Intense Feel Beaded Texture Stimulating Condoms.

Features
  • Stimulating condoms
  • Contain no latex
  • Ultra-thin polyisoprene
  • Strong resistance
  • Intensely beaded texture
  • Long-lasting lubricant gel
  • CE certified

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Frequently Asked Questions

As per Planned Parenthood, condoms are 98% effective if you use them correctly. That means you should rolling it all the way down the shaft of the penis, as well as using a new one for every penetration. Otherwise, the effectiveness drops to about 85%.

Yes, but not always. Condoms are effective against STDs spread through bodily fluids (e.g. chlamydia, gonorrhea). Unfortunately, they’re not much protection against those contracted via skin-to-skin contact (e.g. genital herpes, syphilis).

Before using a condom, check for three things. Ensure you’re not using it past its expiration date. See to it that the packaging is not damaged in any way. And make sure that the condom itself isn’t torn, dry, or sticky.

No! You have to use a new condom every time you have sex, and this includes every single time you and your partner switch it up in one session—for instance, swinging from vaginal to anal sex. Not doing so will result in breakage, slippage, or leakage.

A lot of people say they don’t like using condoms because putting it on is an awkward interruption during their good time. But this doesn’t have to be the case! Get creative by incorporating the latex in your foreplay, and you’d be surprised.

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