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Latex Free Condoms - Durex Non Latex Condoms 

Non-latex condoms are a type of condom that are made from materials other than latex, such as polyurethane, polyisoprene, or natural lambskin. They are designed for people who have a latex allergy or sensitivity, or for those who simply prefer the feel of non-latex condoms.

When choosing a non-latex condom, it's important to consider the material it's made from. Polyurethane and polyisoprene condoms are safe to use and have been tested and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They are also effective in preventing pregnancy and protecting against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Natural lambskin condoms, on the other hand, are made from the intestinal membrane of sheep and are not as effective in preventing STIs as other types of condoms. They are also more expensive than other types of condoms.

It's also important to note that some non-latex condoms may be thinner or have a different texture than traditional latex condoms. This can affect the sensation during sexual activity, so it's a good idea to try a few different brands and types to find the one that works best for you.

When using a non-latex condom, make sure to follow the instructions on the packaging for proper use. Non-latex condoms should be stored in a cool, dry place and should be checked for signs of damage before use.

It's also important to note that non-latex condoms may not be as widely available as latex condoms, so it may be necessary to purchase them online or at specialty stores.

In conclusion, non-latex condoms are a good option for people who have a latex allergy or sensitivity, or for those who prefer the feel of non-latex condoms. They are made from materials such as polyurethane, polyisoprene, or natural lambskin and are safe to use and effective in preventing pregnancy. It's important to choose a non-latex condom that works best for you, read and follow the instructions on the packaging, and store them in a cool, dry place before use.

Choosing Non-Latex condoms

Know your Non-Latex Materials

There are several non-latex materials in the market. Here is an overview;


These are the most popular alternatives to latex. Polyurethane is a type of plastic that is non-porous. It performs at the same level as latex in protection against unwanted pregnancies and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms for this material are thinner and conduct heat better, making sex feel almost raw. A thing many men crave when using condoms.

Polyisoprene (SKYN)

This natural latex-free rubber is a great alternative for people with latex allergies and vegans. It has all latex properties except the milk protein casein that causes latex allergies. Although thicker than polyurethane, polyisoprene is sketchier, softer, and has a more natural feel making sex more pleasurable.  It is FDA approved for strength and safety.  


This is a non-latex type of rubber material commonly used in female condoms. While most people shopping for condoms rarely consider female condoms, they are great alternatives for men who lose erections when using male condoms. Nitrile is also oil-resistant and suitable for use with oil-based lubricants without weakening.


Lambskin has been the most preferred alternative for couples with latex allergies. There are made from an intestinal membrane called cecum extracted from sheep intestines. Lambskin gives you a skin-to-skin feeling making sex all-natural. They are a great contraceptive method to prevent unwanted pregnancy. However, lambskin does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases like Syphilis or HIV. The skin has microscopic pores that allow bacteria and viruses to get through. If you are looking for overall protection, stick to polyisoprene or polyurethane.

Size Matters

Condoms come in small, medium or large sizes. When it comes to non-latex material, getting the right size is crucial. Materials such as polyurethane, nitrile and lambskin are less stretchy than latex. This means you need to get the right length and girth if the condom is to serve you perfectly. You might need to force it in if too small, risking breakage. If it’s too loose, it will slip off during sex. You can opt for regular size if you have a normal girth (55-56mm girths). But for those with smaller or larger girths, please measure yourself to know which sizes will work for you. Using a tape measure, wrap around your erect penis to get the circumference. Measure your length from the base to the head tip penis. Reputable adult shops like Peaches and Screams always indicate the product portfolio size for your respect.

Think about Additional Pleasure

Besides protection against unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. Think about bonuses to your pleasure body. Some of these can include:

Pleasure-shaped: Different shapes will make for heightened sensitivity and pleasure. Choose from flared, teat-end, reservoir and more to restrict or increase sensitivity to the penis nerve endings. While the shape is largely a personal preference, a looser tip allows more movement of the penis, increasing the sensation. The tip also works as a pouch to hold the ejaculation.

Textured: consider additional sensations from ribbed, studded, and dotted or a combination of two textures to make penetration more pleasurable for you and your partner. Make every thrust sensational and more enjoyable than the last.

Flavoured: make oral sex even more pleasurable; choose from a wide variety of flavours from strawberry, orange, banana, apple, bacon, chocolate, vanilla, and more. 

Lubricated (sensational and delayed climax): Most non-latex condoms will come lubricated to reduce friction, weakening the surface and causing breakage. While the smoothness is good, some lubricates have added advantages. Some have climax control lubricants to delay ejaculation and give you a longer-lasting erection. You know it helps to have longer stamina to thrust your partner hard till they curl with orgasm. Others have spermicide, killing sperm the moment they swim out. You won’t have to worry about unwanted pregnancies when using these. Still, others have sensational warming or cooling lubricants to increase sensation during sex. This game of two has never been so erotic.

Consider the Strength Level

Non-latex is either marked regular strength or ultra-strong. Regular strength is the standard thickness of most condoms. However, for people who like extra security during play, there are ultra-strong condoms which are thicker, providing an extra layer of protection. While both are equally effective in protecting you against unwanted pregnancies and STDs/STIs, thinner condoms are more pleasurable than thicker ones as they allow more body heat transfer during sex. Choose whichever fulfils your needs. 

Where to buy Non-Latex Condoms

Non-latex condoms are an essential addition to having a fulfilling sex life. Practice healthy and safe sex, and order non-latex and latex-free condoms from Peaches and Screams. Choose from latex-free and non-latex materials, including polyurethane, polyisoprene (SKYN), nitrile and lambskin, to enjoy sex without the annoying itchy irritations caused by latex. Our extensive line of non-latex condoms comes in different sizes, shapes, colours and flavours to help revamp your bedroom adventures. Browse through the Peaches and Screams Bedroom Essentials collections; add to your cart your favourite non-latex condoms. We offer discretion on billing, packaging and shipping in respect of your privacy. Peaches and Screams have proudly partnered with your favourite brands like Durex, Trojan, Playboy and many others to make sure we only deliver the best. Avoid the long queues and indiscretion of bumping into your neighbour at the drugstore. Purchase from Peaches and Screams and open your door to blissful safe sex.

Frequently Asked Questions About Non-Latex Condoms

What Are Non-Latex Condoms?

Non-latex condoms are made from materials other than latex rubber, including polyurethane, polyisoprene and nitrile. These types of condoms do not contain any allergens that may cause irritation or allergic reactions in people who suffer from latex allergies.

Why Should I Prefer Non-Latex Materials Over Latex?

People with a known or suspected allergy to natural rubber proteins in most latex condom varieties should always use non-latex alternatives. These materials often provide enhanced sensations due to their thinness and flexibility compared to traditional latex rubbers.

What if I prefer the feel of latex over other materials?

There are a variety of non-latex condoms available today that provide similar sensations and levels of safety compared to latex ones. If you’re looking for something with a thinner barrier between you and your partner during intimate moments, consider trying Polyisoprene or Nitrile Condoms, which offer exceptional sensitivity while still providing strong protection.

Is it safe to use Non-Latex Condoms if I have an Allergy?

Most people who have a mild reaction to latex can safely use non-latex condoms without worry. Make sure to read through any directions included with your product carefully before using them. 

How Do I Choose Between Different Types Of Non-Latex Materials?

Ultimately this decision should come down to preference for both partners. Some people may find that certain styles provide additional stimulation since their shape better conforms to one's body, leading to increased pleasure. Compare different brands to find the one you prefer. 

Other Variants of Condoms  Available

Delay Condoms

Delay condoms are made with materials that reduce sensitivity and help slow the release from a male partner. 

Stimulating and Ribbed Condoms

Stimulating and ribbed condoms are designed specifically with enhanced pleasure in mind, as their strategically placed ridges increase stimulation for both partners during intercourse.

Bulk Condoms

For people who like buying things in large volumes, bulk condoms are ideal. They come in different types and sizes. 

Safe Condoms

Safe condoms are strong and offer extra protection needed. They are not likely to tear during vigorous or long-lasting sex. 

Thin Condoms

Ultra-thin condoms are made from materials that offer increased sensation without compromising safety.

Small Condoms

Small condoms are designed specifically for people with smaller penises or those who find that regular-sized condoms don't fit comfortably. 

Natural Condoms

Natural condoms made from lambskin and linen offer a natural alternative to latex. Individuals who are sensitive or allergic to latex can explore natural condoms as an alternative for protection during sexual intercourse.

Female Condoms and Dental Dams

Female condoms are placed in the vagina for women. Dental dams offer a protective barrier during oral sex. 

Large and XL Condoms

Large and XL condoms are used by people who want extra protection or have big penises. 

How Non-Latex Condoms Compare to Latex

Non-latex condoms are made from polyurethane, polyisoprene (synthetic rubber), or nitrile, making them hypoallergenic. If either partner has a sensitivity to latex allergies or prefers not to use latex condoms, then this could be an ideal option. Non-latex condoms also tend to be thinner than those made from latex, making them more comfortable for both partners during intercourse. However, if it's for general protection, one can go for either. 


If you have an allergy to latex condoms, it is important to choose a condom that does not contain latex. Non-latex condoms offer a safe and effective barrier for preventing sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy. They are available in various materials like polyurethane, polyisoprene, and nitrile, which may provide a more comfortable experience than latex condoms. Ultimately the decision of which material to use comes down to personal preference based on factors such as sensitivity or comfort level. If you use non-latex condoms, go for good quality from a reliable manufacturer. Before using any condom, always read the manufacturer’s instructions to get maximum protection and pleasure.