Sustain ultra thin latex condoms - pack of 10
Sustain ultra thin latex condoms - pack of 10
Sustain ultra thin latex condoms - pack of 10

Sustain ultra thin latex condoms - pack of 10

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We searched for the most eco friendly condoms out there, and found Sustain, which makes condoms free of toxic chemicals, and works directly with a sustainable rubber plantation to prevent chemical pollution in the environment.

The Ultra Thin condom provides a heightened sexual experience (thinner latex) with no compromise in safety (triple tested, like all of our condoms). Lubricated inside and out. 

Free of harmful chemicals, parabens, synthetic fragrances and animal by-products. Bonus: Sustain donates 10% of their profits to support women's health organizations in the United States.

Every single condom is electronically tested for safety and FDA approved.

Use and care

Store in room temperature, and do not puncture, bite, or tear. Use only once.

To put it on, take the condom out of the packaging and pinch the tip at the center between two fingers. Then, hold the condom at the tip of your erect penis and roll the edges down the shaft of your penis until the condom is completely on.

Materials

Natural Latex, Ammonia, Potassium Oleate, Potassium Hydroxide, Emulgin B2/Vulcastab, LWVultamol, Sulphur, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Di butyl Di thio Carbamate, Irganox 1330, Bentonite Clay, Silicone Lubricant, Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Carbonate Powders

Certifications and benefits

Sustain is a certified B Corporation. This product is Certified Vegan, Fair Rubber, Made Safe, Non GMO Project Verified, nitrosamine free, cruelty free, paraben free, FSC ® Certified, FDA Cleared, and gluten free.

Packaging

Paper box with individually wrapped condoms in a plastic foil.

Origin

The rubber is sourced from a rubber plantation in India, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

Sustain is a certified B-Corporation—a legal standard that ensures the business interests of investors are balanced with the interests of the environment, as well as employees, and customers.

End of life

Paper box is recyclable, condoms and wrappers are not.