Hanx Condom Ultra Thin - 3 Pack

£4.99

Hanx Condom Ultra Thin - 3 Pack
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Hanx Condom Ultra Thin - 3 Pack

£4.99

Description

  • DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED – With no nasty chemicals, anaesthetics, spermicides or any unnecessary ingredients. Supported by medical professions, HANX condoms are manufactured to rigorous CE regulations.
  • STYLISH AND DISCREET – Our stylish packaging won’t be out of place in your bathroom, next to your bed or in your handbag – discreet and simple, for every day.
  • PREMIUM VEGAN CONDOMS – HANX condoms are certified vegan by The Vegan Society so don’t use any animal by-products and they are not, and never will be, tested on animals.

Developed with medical professionals, this 3 pack ultra-thin, 52mm nominal width, vegan condoms are designed to make you feel good. They have a clean scent to keep you feeling fresh. All while the chic packaging fits perfectly in your bag and looks great on your bedside table.


The all-encompassing HANX condom protects your body in the most natural way, using 100% natural latex. This is because they're made from 100% fair rubber latex which means workers are givien a sustainable wage and safe working conditions. Fair for everyone. HANX provides people with certainty when it comes to their sexual health. A down-to-earth brand empowering people to think differently about sexual wellness.

Additional Info

Directions:

Latex condoms reduce the risk of transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) by providing a barrier. They are most effective against STIs such as HIV and gonorrhoea that are spread by contact with the head of the penis, and less effective against STIs such as Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and herpes that can also be spread by contact with infected skin not covered by the condom. HANX condoms are a reliable contraceptive but no contraceptive can offer 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and/or STIs. If you believe you have an STI, contact a healthcare provider. Directions for use: Place the condom on the erect penis, before any contact between the penis and partner’s body. Use a new condom for each act of sex. Discard the condom if damaged, discoloured or past its expiry date. Check the roll is on the outside of the condom. Squeeze the teat end of the condom whilst rolling the condom down the erect penis. To avoid breakage, stop if you feel the condom slipping off or tightening excessively on the penis. Withdraw the penis soon after ejaculation by holding the condom in place at the penis base. Dispose of the used condom, but do not flush it down the toilet.

Ingredients:

Always read the label

Natural rubber, Corn starch powder, Silicon emulsion, Magnesium oxide , Silicon oil (lubricant), Flavour Nivesse (allergens all under 0.002% = Benzyl alcohol, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, D-limonene, Linalool)

Suitable for:

Vegan/Vegetarian

Advisory information:

Precautions: If the condom is damaged, discard and use a new one. Store latex in a cool, dry place and avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Handle the condom carefully when removing from the packet and avoid damage by fingernails, teeth, jewellery etc. Ask a doctor or pharmacist about the compatibility of any topical medicines in possible contact with condoms. If additional lubrication should be added use only those recommended for condoms. Do not use oil-based lubricants such as baby oil, body lotion or petroleum jelly etc. If the condom should break or leak during use, seek medical advice as soon as possible and within 72 hours. Do not reuse the condom. Caution: Latex may cause allergic reactions. Latex condoms reduce the risk of transmissions of sexually transmitted infections (STI) by providing a barrier. They are most effective against STIs such as HIV and gonorrhea that are spread by contact with the head of the penis, and less effective against STIs such as Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and herpes that can also be spread by contact with infected skin not covered by the condom. Hanx condoms are a reliable contraceptive but no contraceptive can offer 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and/or STIs. If you believe you have an STI contact a health care provider.

Remember to:

We go to great efforts to ensure that the information on this page is accurate at the time that the page was last edited. As we are constantly reviewing and developing our products to meet our consumer needs, consumers, particularly those that suffer from allergies and intolerances, should always check product labelling, warnings, and directions provided with the product that is delivered, prior to use or consumption.