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StaySafe Latex Condoms are made of high quality latex rubber and provide the highest level of protection. But protection is not all that matters… sexual enhancement requires comfort. Available in different textures, flavors and colors, StaySafe Condoms are made for both his and her pleasure.


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Just How Safe are StaySafe Condoms?

product-faq-picLatex condoms are known as the most effective way to prevent pregnancy and STDs, including HIV, which causes AIDS.

Epidemiological studies show that latex condoms provide defense against STI/HIV pathogens such as bacteria and viruses. Latex condoms are especially effective at reducing the transmission of organisms that cause AIDS, genital herpes, cervical cancer, genital warts, syphilis, shlamydia, gonorrhea, and other diseases.

If used properly, condoms are also an effective means of birth control. Unlike drug treatments which can have side effects or other types of birth control, the use of condoms is relatively effective and easy to use.

Although no sexual contraception is 100% effective, latex condoms offer the highest degree of protection against the exchange of bodily fluids during sexual intercourse.

Why Latex?

product-faq-picLatex condoms are by far the most common, accounting for more than 50% of the worldwide market. Studies have shown latex to be the material of choice by condom manufacturers and consumers alike due to the superior elastic properties and resistance to friction which can cause tearing or breakage in other materials.

Unlike condoms made of polyurethane, polyisoprene or lamb intestine, latex condoms offer the best overall performance considering cost, effectiveness against STDs and pregnancy, and general reliability. The high tensile strength of latex allows for stretching in excess of 800% before breakage.

However, if one is allergic to latex, condoms made with polyurethane are suitable to avoid adverse reactions or other skin irritations.

Why StaySafe?


StaySafe Latex Condoms are one of the most reliable brands available in the worldwide market. Trusted by consumers and distributors alike, our products are CE, ISO and USFDA approved. This means that any product carrying these marks are made according to strict quality control standards. Most country’s health authority also requires every brand distributed within its borders to be registered and tested to ensure that the products are safe and effective for consumers.

Should you have any questions about our products, where to buy StaySafe condoms, or how to become a distributor, please contact us.

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How to choose the right condom for me?

Male or Female Condom?

Condoms are the most effective way to reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies during sexual intercourse. There are currently two types of condoms in the market today.  The most commonly used, are the male condoms which are worn by men. They come in different variety of sizes, shapes and textures. At StaySafe condoms we offer three types: plain, ribbed, and studded. Please see the “Product tab” for more information about each of these products. Another condom type that is now gaining popularity is the female condom. Female condoms are suitable when your partner does not want to use a condom, but you still want protection from sexual health risks. Female condoms are just as effective as male condoms. It is imperative that condoms should never be used twice and must dispose of them after first use.

Which Condom Material is Best?

Most condoms are made of latex or polyurethane material. According to experts, latex condoms are the most effective and reliable. This is because the latex material hinders the virus and bacteria to enter through the sheath that may cause STD’s including HIV.

Which Condom Texture is Most Suitable?

tips1There are different types of male condoms sold in the marketplace.  Since, there are different options out there; it is advisable that you talk to your partner as far as which condom type to use for your own pleasure. The texture is meant to increase pleasure and sensation during sexual activity, StaySafe ribbed and studded condoms could do the job. Therefore, open communication with your partner as to which condom texture to use is advisable. The choice is all up to both partners’ content and satisfaction.

How about Flavored Condoms?

Flavored condoms are also available in the market which makes oral sex a more delightful experience. It is important to remember to only buy and use tested and approved flavored condoms (see packaging).

Lubricated, Non-Lubricated, or Warming Lubricant?

Many condoms come lubricated or non-lubricated, and some have a water-based lubricant. For ease of use of the condoms, lubricated condoms are made available. The lubrication is also a preventive measure of condom breakages.

How do I use a condom?

STEP 1: Check the Expiration Date

StaySafe Latex Condoms  include an expiration date on the package that tells you the period of time that the product is considered safe for use. If a distributor or retailer is selling StaySafe condoms that are past the expiration date, please contact us so that the products can be recalled to ensure consumer safety.

STEP 2: Check the Condition of the Package

STEP 3: Check the Storage Conditions of the Condom

STEP 4: Check for Marks of Quality on the Package (CE, ISO, USFDA)

What if a condom will not properly unroll?

Condoms are made for easy use and should roll down smoothly, although some condoms may not properly roll. If this is the case, the condom is most likely upside down or too old. For this reason, immediately dispose the product and use a new condom. Do not use the same one for it may cause STDs or unwanted pregnancy.

What do I do if the condom breaks?

If condoms break or slip off, dispose the condom immediately and use a new one. If condoms are used properly, a condom rarely breaks off. Experts say that the size is a major factor in condom breakages. Size does matter; therefore it is important to use the right size. There are many options available for you so pick the right one so as to avoid slip off. If the condom breaks off during sexual intercourse, pull out instantaneously and replace the condom.

How should I properly dispose of the condom after intercourse?

Condom disposal is easy. Wrap the condom in a tissue paper then through in the bin. You should never flush down the condom in a toilet for it may clog up the pipes.

Can I use a condom for anal intercouse?

Yes, condoms can be used for anal intercourse. It is recommended by experts to use stronger condoms during anal sex. This is due to the fact that it can put so much pressure on the condom during such sexual activity which could cause condom breakage or tear. Latex lubricated condoms are more competent use during anal sex.

What to do when a partner says “We don`t need a condom”?

Persuading your partner to use a condom during sexual intercourse is not an easy task. However, it is important to know the health risks of not using a condom. Educate yourself and your partner about how to reduce the risks of STDs and unwanted pregnancy. Help your partner understand the negative health outcome of disregarding the use of condoms. Point out the advantages of using a condom and the disadvantages of not using one. If your partner insists of not using a condom, then be firm in your decision not to have sexual intercourse until he uses a condom. If your partner loves you then he would understand and coincide with your decision. If not, then it just proves how little amount of love your partner has for you.  Therefore, it is not worth risking your own health.

The amazing evolution of condoms

The evolution of condoms started way back more than several thousand years. There is no evidence about who invented condoms, but our knowledge about condoms goes way back from the Egyptian images that shows men wearing  condoms that implies their men being sexual in nature. In Europe, the evidence was first seen from scenes in cave paintings. Up to this day, there is no direct evidence on how the word condom came about. It remains an enigma; some say that it was named for “Dr. Condom” who supplied animal tissue sheaths to King Charles II of England. Others also believe that the word came from a “Dr. Condon” or “Colonel Condum.” It has never determined whether the condoms were actually used for regular sex or used for ritual acts.

During the 17th century, condoms were made from animal intestines and it was not until the 18th century when the birth of the modern condom was born.

tips2History of condom materials used:

  • The Chinese used oiled silk paper.
  • The Romans used goat bladders.
  • The Egyptians used linen.

A History of Condoms (source by: PlannedParenthood.ORG)

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