HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CONDOM

Trying to figure out which kind of condom is right for you? We have the answers here.

Condom varieties make it difficult to zero in on a specific brand. With different brands coming up with different condom varieties in different sizes, flavors, material, and design, it only makes it more difficult to choose which one you should use. According to Progentra, a leading sexual health product, the right condom selection could mean the difference between sexual frustrations and pleasure. In this article, we’ll help narrow down your choices and provide you with the information you need to choose the condom brand that is right for you.

  1. Material

Contrary to popular belief, the first thing that you should consider isn’t the SIZE, but the material of the product. Condoms are typically made from latex, but some non-latex variants use polyurethane and resin. It’s important to choose the right material because many have latex allergies – and that could include your partner. Non-latex  variants are typically more expensive, but you won’t have to worry about allergies for you or your partner.

  1. Size

According to the product experts at Progentra.com, size is the next thing that you need to get right with your condom. It may involve a series of trial and error, but in the end you’ll know exactly which brand fits you right. It’s important to get the size right because if you get a type that is too small, the material might break during sex. If you get something bigger than what you really need, then it might come off, or the excess material would get in the way of the sensation.

  1. Designs

Going for ribbed, dotted, or some other kinky design? If you’ve been dating for a while and you want to experiment, then sure – go for some fancy design on your condom. Otherwise, go for a plain condom that would do the job just right. Kink is not for everyone, and if it’s your first time having sex together, putting on something that is too kinky might get in the way of comfort.

 

Seems simple enough, right? At best, choosing rubber doesn’t need to be complicated. You would just need to be familiar with the brand that perfectly fits you, and stick with it – and these steps are just guidelines for you to follow so you’d land the brand that has everything you need.