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  • Paying By Card? Enjoy 10% off! Use CARD2024 at checkout.

Why is it important to use a condom during sex?

In an ideal world, the necessity for condoms might not exist, yet their importance is undeniable in today's society. Condoms offer critical benefits, including protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and as a preventative measure against unintended pregnancies, standing out as the sole contraceptive method that tackles both concerns effectively.

Despite these advantages, there's a noticeable reluctance among many to use them. The outdated stigma surrounding sexual health discussions, particularly in the UK, creates a barrier to condom acquisition, turning a simple purchase into a potentially embarrassing ordeal. Yet, sexual activity is a common part of human experience.

Condoms are not only about safety; they represent a hassle-free alternative to hormonal contraceptives, which can have adverse effects for some. Likening condom usage to wearing a helmet for biking, it's an act of responsibility towards one's sexual health, deserving of societal support and personal pride. This proactive stance not only benefits individual well-being but also eases the burden on healthcare systems, contributing to a healthier, more content society.

A significant obstacle in promoting condom usage lies in the persistently conservative dialogue around sex and contraception within the UK. Expanding discussions to include sexual well-being as a crucial aspect of overall health could pave the way for a more accepting view of condoms, encouraging broader use across various demographics.

It falls upon condom brands, retailers, and healthcare professionals to foster a more open dialogue about sexual health and well-being. Integrating conversations about sexual well-being into broader health discussions in pharmacies, for example, could make condoms a more approachable topic.

Skins Sexual Health is dedicated to transforming perceptions around contraception. By offering high-quality condoms at an accessible price point, we aim to make condom usage a source of pride. Designed to feel natural and enhance the sexual experience, our products strive to shift attitudes, making condom use a standard part of a sexually active individual's lifestyle.

Why Opt for Skins?

  • Subtle Scent: Unlike other brands, Skins condoms are infused with a hint of vanilla, eliminating the common deterrent of unpleasant odors.
  • Individual Packaging: Each condom is separately packaged, reducing the risk of damage and facilitating ease of access when needed.
  • Enhanced Lubrication: Addressing the common issue of insufficient lubrication, which can lead to breakage, Skins condoms include added lubrication for better protection and comfort.
  • Ease of Selection: Recognizing the discomfort some feel when purchasing condoms, Skins emphasizes straightforward, easily understandable product names for quick, embarrassment-free selection.
  • Uncompromised Safety: Manufactured to the highest international safety standards (ISO 4074), Skins condoms meet rigorous testing requirements, ensuring top-tier protection.
  • Quality Materials: To achieve the utmost clarity and strength, Skins meticulously sources premium latex, directly overseeing selection to ensure only the best quality.

Through these initiatives, Skins Sexual Health aims to normalize and elevate the conversation around condoms, positioning them as a positive and essential choice for anyone engaging in sexual activity.