Non Lubricated Condoms

Non lubricated condoms are great for a variety of uses. If you plan to use your own lubricant (or none at all) then these non lube condoms are for you. Discover lubricant free condoms, including non latex options, available in bulk.

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Q: What are non-lubricated condoms?

A: Non-lubricated condoms are condoms that do not come pre-coated with any lubricant. They are ideal for individuals who prefer to use their own choice of lubricant or for those with sensitivities to certain lubricants.

Q: Why would someone choose non-lubricated condoms?

A: People might choose non-lubricated condoms if they have allergies or sensitivities to certain lubricants, if they want to use their preferred lubricant, or if they need condoms for oral sex where flavored lubricants might be preferred.

Q: Can I add my own lubricant to non-lubricated condoms?

A: Yes, you can add your own lubricant to non-lubricated condoms. It's important to use water-based or silicone-based lubricants, as oil-based lubricants can degrade the latex and increase the risk of breakage.

Q: Are non-lubricated condoms less effective than lubricated ones?

A: Non-lubricated condoms are just as effective as lubricated condoms in preventing pregnancy and STIs when used correctly. The lack of lubrication does not affect their protective capabilities.

Q: What types of lubricants should I avoid using with non-lubricated condoms?

A: Avoid using oil-based lubricants, such as petroleum jelly, baby oil, or coconut oil, with non-lubricated condoms. These can weaken the latex and increase the risk of the condom breaking.

Q: Are non-lubricated condoms suitable for all types of sexual activity?

A: Non-lubricated condoms can be used for all types of sexual activity, including vaginal, anal, and oral sex. However, it is recommended to add a suitable lubricant for vaginal and anal sex to reduce friction and enhance comfort.

Q: Where can I purchase non-lubricated condoms in Australia?

A: Non-lubricated condoms are available at pharmacies, sexual health clinics, and online retailers like Buying online offers the convenience of discreet shipping and a variety of options to choose from.