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Promescent USA Premium Ribbed Condom 1 pc

Promescent USA Premium Ribbed Condom 1 pc

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It took years of research and development and some of the best minds in the Urological Community to land on what is now Promescent. You see, Promescent is not just another delay spray, it’s not another gimmick and it’s definitely not your average delay spray. It’s truly a new experience backed by clinical research and science to make a better you - especially in the bedroom.


Condoms, when used properly and as directed are 95% effective at preventing pregnancy. Condoms also significantly reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections.

Will Wearing A Condom Give A 100% Chance Not To Get A Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)?

There are many STIs. A latex condom can reduce the risk of STI transmission to or from the head of the penis. However, some STIs can also spread by other sexual contact.

Do Promescent Condoms Contain Spermicide?

No, they do not contain spermicide. Generally, condoms are considered a good way to prevent pregnancy and do not need to contain spermicide to work effectively.

What Does A Ribbed Condom Do?

Ribbed condoms are meant for enhanced stimulation for her. Delicate ribbing along the length of the condom provides an intense and delightful sensation during penetrative sex.

What Size Are The Condoms?

When unrolled at full length our condoms are approximately 7 inches (17.78 cm), but many users are able to use what they need without having to stretch to full length.

Can These Condoms Be Used With Promescent Lubricant?

Yes, all Promescent condoms can be used with silicone-based, water-based or aloe-based lubricants.

Do These Condoms Contain Any Desensitizer Like Promescent Delay Spray?

No, none of the condoms contain a desensitizing agent. It is found that 'delay condoms' do not work as well as sprays since you cannot control how much you apply or where the desensitizer ends up. 'Delay condoms' are not a viable way to help men last longer in bed any more so than what a standard condom would help with.

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