Do condoms smell

Of course, even unflavored condoms can offer up a bit of an odor—a rubbery one.

Is there a smell associated with condoms?

There is a typical smell associated with most latex products including condoms. However, when you use the latex free version, this problem is eliminated. Latex free condoms are suitable for use with all types of lubricants including water based, silicone based and oil based.

Can you use scented condoms?

You could, for example, try using scented condoms or flavored condoms, particularly if your partner isn’t prone to yeast infections. Or you could mask the latex scent (which most people don’t even notice anyway) with a flavored lubricant if the condom is mainly being used for oral sex. Polyurethane…

What does spermicide smell like?

Verdict: Plain and simple: this one just seemed the least “condom” of any other I tried. It didn’t have that latex, spermicide smell that made me think we were in chemistry class. The reason for that is because it’s made from polyisoprene, and as a result is just a lot stretchier.

Are condoms latex?

Oh, and if your condom’s latex scent comes with a side of itchiness and irritation right after sex, you may have a latex allergy. The good news: Non-latex condoms exist. They’re made from polyurethane or lambskin, and they’re pretty common in stores.

Can you use scented condoms?

You could, for example, try using scented condoms or flavored condoms, particularly if your partner isn’t prone to yeast infections. Or you could mask the latex scent (which most people don’t even notice anyway) with a flavored lubricant if the condom is mainly being used for oral sex. Polyurethane…

What does spermicide smell like?

Verdict: Plain and simple: this one just seemed the least “condom” of any other I tried. It didn’t have that latex, spermicide smell that made me think we were in chemistry class. The reason for that is because it’s made from polyisoprene, and as a result is just a lot stretchier.

Are Trojan condoms strong?

For me, let’s just say it was a home run. It created a great amount of friction. The smell is definitely strong — Trojan definitely wins for strongest smelling lubricant condoms! — but they have extra room at the tip and overall fit more comfortably. I also think these felt much thinner than the other Trojans. 1. Trojan Twisted

Are condoms latex?

Oh, and if your condom’s latex scent comes with a side of itchiness and irritation right after sex, you may have a latex allergy. The good news: Non-latex condoms exist. They’re made from polyurethane or lambskin, and they’re pretty common in stores.