SKYN On SKIN Condoms-Non Latex

LifeStyles SKYN condoms are made from a synthetic material (polyisoprene) which,unlike regular latex condoms, transmit body heat, so that you can feel more of your partner through a feeling of skin-to-skin contact

Lifestyles polyisoprene condoms do not contain natural rubber latex ,and area suitable choice for people with a known or suspected allergy to it. For maximum protection, read and follow instructions.

Start with a purchase of LifeStyles SKYN Selection. A variety of condoms in a 10/pack or a 24/pack.Enclosed in the package,you will find

Go Bigger

Get more condoms per order with the new LifeStyles SKYN  Elite Economy Packs.You can order up the medium-economy 22/pack, or the “friends-with-benefits” 36/pack.

  1. No need to open several 10 packs to serve up at a student Orientation Week.
  2. Keep an economy pack handy at your local Public Health counter/nurse’s station
  3. Social/Youth Agencies: Carry a box of SKYN during your Street Link/Stroll support meetings.
  4. Keep on hand at your Escort/Sex Worker agency

BONUS CONDOMS/Lubricants

Place an order for a 22/pack– Receive 5 Additional Non Latex (singles) condoms FREE With Your Order

Place an order for a 36/pack-Receive 8 Additional SKYN (singles) PLUS 3 Assorted Mini-Lubricants FREE

And good news for those who need more room in a condom. LifeStyles  Large condoms are also available with the same protection against latex allergies. In that sense,we’ve got everyone covered.

Use For Pregnancy and STI Protection (including HIV/AIDS)

Your Sexual Health

Although no condom can guarantee 100% effectiveness, they are highly effective against pregnancy, and can reduce the risks of transmission of HIV infection (AIDS), and many other STI’s such as chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, hepatitis B and syphilis.

To get the most protection from a latex condom,use a new one correctly every time you have sex. See directions for us on the inside of the carton.

• Immediately after ejaculation, hold the rim of the condom in place and withdraw the penis while it is still erect.
• Dispose of a used condom by wrapping it in tissue and throwing it into the trash. Wash your hands with soap and water.

If you represent a Student Union/University Group or Health Office,contact us for multiple-order quantities, and enjoy a group price reduction.