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Lubricated Latex Tailored Fit Condoms, 10 Pack instructions

 Lubricated Latex Tailored Fit Condoms, 10 Pack
Recommended price: $12.88
  • Brand:Sustain
  • Size/Form:10 Pack
  • Ship Weight:0.10
  • Servings:10

Sustain - Lubricated Latex Tailored Fit Condoms - 10 Pack

Sustain Lubricated Latex Tailored Fit Condoms is a smaller condom that provides extra security to ensure that things stay in place no matter how heated the action gets. Now get going.

  • Better For You & Your Partner- low odor & free of nitrosamines
  • Better For Everyone- fair trade, vegan, non-GMO, sustainable
  • Safe & Secure- individually electronically tested, FDA approved
  • 10% of profits are donated to women's health initiatives

Connecting the DotsSustain is about connecting the dots. They make sexual wellness products because they play a role in almost every challenge we face in the world. They’re uniquely connected to just about everything.

Have you ever taken a minute to really think about condoms? It’s incredible how much trust we put in something so small. We rely on them to protect us from HIV, other STDs, and unwanted pregnancy. That’s huge. Imagine life without them—beyond disease, think of the impact all of those extra bodies would have on our world. And yet how much does anyone really know about these things we’re all trusting so fiercely? Very little. Like all of the products we depend on—especially disposable ones used so quickly in the heat of the moment—we rarely consider where they come from.Susatin has thought about it for you and made a more sustainable condom. They’re Fair Trade and vegan. Every consumer product from t-shirts to iPhones to coffee has a sordid story of materials, employees, and manufacturing behind it. Turns out the humble condom’s history has involved both child labor and environmental destruction. Sustain is here to offer an alternative.

Why Sustain?Sustain is just going to put this out there: They're passionate. They sell condoms and other sexual wellness products, yes. But they're so much more than that. They're here to create change.

They believe in birth control, without stigma and free of toxic chemicals. Using sex as a conversation starter—is there a better topic?—their goal is to get people to think about sustainability, justice, and equity every time they open a condom, even though they’re understandably distracted.

They want to educate and help people connect the dots between condoms and hunger, health care, poverty, and climate change. They hope to inspire people to make the world a better place. They're all about responsibility—not just personal, but corporate. They want the world to be better off than it was before their products, which is why 10 percent of their profits support women’s reproductive health care. All that and recycled packaging, too!

They will never solve the myriad of complex problems we face one at a time. Social inequity produces poverty, poverty results in hunger, hunger encourages unsustainable agricultural practices that result in global climate change. Sustain is about recognizing connections, taking on the system not the individual problems.

Clearly this is not business as usual. It’s a movement. Welcome to Sustain.

10% 4WomenWhen you build a business, you always think beyond your product. The lack of reproductive health care in the U.S. for many, many women is appalling. Today there are an estimated 17.4 million women in need of publicly funded reproductive health and family planning services. When there is no access to health care, there are high rates of AIDs and other STDs, as well as unplanned teen pregnancy. So much can be avoided when family planning, sex ed, and basic health care services like STD testing and breast examinations are accessible. So Sustain is donating 10 percent of their pretax profits to women who currently lack this access. Yes, 10 percent. They decided who to work with as their initial non-profit partners in various ways- they even sit on the boards of some of the organizations—but basically they all have the same mission: each promotes healthy reproductive health care. If you go through the list, you may wonder how some of them fit this description. What does the Breast Cancer Fund have to do with reproductive health care? It’s all connected. They work to remove toxic chemicals from the environment, including ones that can interfere with women’s reproductive systems. dle

Suggested use

1. Tear open the package carefully. Do not use fingernails, scissors, teeth or anything that can damage the condom.

2. Put the condom on after the penis is fully erect and before intimate contact. Lesions, pre-ejaculate secretions, semen, vaginal secretions, saliva, urine, feces and blood can all transmit disease organisms.

3. Place the condom on the head of the penis and unroll or pull it all the way to the base of the penis.

4. If the condom doesn't't unroll, the wrong side was placed against the penis. Do not flip the condom over. Throw it away and start over with a new condom.

5. Leave an empty space at the end of the condom to collect semen. Remove any air remaining in the top of the condom by gently pressing the air out toward the base of the penis.

6. Immediately after ejaculation, hold the rim of the condom and withdraw the penis while it is still erect. Avoid spilling semen.

7. Dispose of a used condom by wrapping it in tissue and throwing it into the trash. Washing your hands with soap and water.

 

Ingredients


100% Latex

Warnings

  • Use a new condom every time you have sexual intercourse or other acts between partners that involve contact with the penis.
  • Do not reuse condoms.
  • Store condoms in a cool dry place (below 100 degrees Fahrenheit). Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
  • If the color is uneven or changed, do not use the condom.
  • If the rubber material is sticky or brittle or obviously damaged, do not use the condom.
  • If a lubricant is wanted, use water-based lubricants. DO NOT USE OIL -BASED LUBRICANTS , such as those made with petroleum jelly (e.g. Vaseline), mineral oil, vegetable oil, or cold cream, as these may damage the condom.
  • If you have questions about birth control options, particularly because of health reasons for avoiding pregnancy, consult a health care provider.

Important Informmation

  • Latex condoms do not completely eliminate the risk of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).To get the most protection from a latex condom, use one correctly every time you have sex. Please see directions for use inside the package.
  • There are many STIs. A Latex condom can reduce the risk of STI transmission to or from the head of the penis. However, some STIs can also be spread by other sexual contact. For additional information on STI protection, please read the information inside the package.
  • If you believe you have an STI, contact a health care provider. For more information on condoms or STIs, contact a health care provider or public health agency.

Manufacturer info

212 Bettery St.
Burlington, VT,
Phone: 802-846-2849

About Sustain

Sustain is about connecting the dots. We make condoms because they play a role in almost every challenge we face in the world. They’re uniquely connected to just about everything.

Have you ever taken a minute to really think about condoms? It’s incredible how much trust we put in something so small. We rely on them to protect us from HIV, other STDs, and unwanted pregnancy. That’s huge. Imagine life without them—beyond disease, think of the impact all of those extra bodies would have on our world. And yet how much does anyone really know about these things we’re all trusting so fiercely? Very little. Like all of the products we depend on—especially disposable ones used so quickly in the heat of the moment—we rarely consider where they come from.

So we’ve thought about it for you and made a more sustainable condom. They’re Fair Trade and vegan (read about our many certifications here). We, by the way, are a father-daughter team—not exactly your typical family business—with deep roots in sustainability. Every consumer product from t-shirts to iPhones to coffee has a sordid story of materials, employees, and manufacturing behind it. Turns out the humble condom’s history has involved both child labor and environmental destruction. We’re here to offer an alternative.

Now that you know all of this, you can get back to doing what comes naturally.

Specialities

  • Bcorporation "B the Change"
  • Cruelty Free
  • Made Safe
  • Vegan
  • Eco Friendly
  • Artificial Fragrance Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Chemical-Free
  • Artificial Dye Free
  • Fair Trade
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