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Spermicide condoms are much safer than having unprotected sex.

Some condoms and lubricants contain spermicide. Spermicides are chemical products that inactivate or kill sperm to prevent pregnancy. Condoms containing the spermicide nonoxynol-9 were previously thought to help prevent the transmission of HIV and other STIs. However, nonoxynol-9 sometimes causes adverse effects, which can facilitate the transmission of HIV. Therefore you should only use condoms and lubricants containing nonoxynol-9 if you are HIV negative and know your partner is too. However, using a condom (even if it contains nonoxynol-9) is much safer than having unprotected sex. To buy spermicide condom, please send us emal:linda@oemcondoms.com

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personalized condom or named Custom condom order’s MOQ is only 10,000 pcs

As an OEM condom factory, personalized condom or named custom condom production is our main business, during our custom production period, many clients just is starter of condom business, they can’t up to our MOQ 500,000 pcs, but they really want to have own brand condom as a trial business, it’s really high risk for them to start first order at 500,000 pcs, it’s also high finance burden, they always ask our sales team if we can start as 10,000 pcs?

 

The small custom order’s main difficult is the foil print, the printer’s MOQ for us is 300kg foil each order, exactly could seal 500,000 pcs condom, this also can make foil’s average cost on best way, it’s only need 6kg foil if 10,000 pcs condom, any printer will not accept 6kg custom foil order. In order to make 6kg foil print come true, the foil printer finally agree with our suggestion, that’s we pay them some setup charge together with our company big foil print orders each month, they still can benefit if accept our small orders.

 

So we can accept custom condom order as less as 10,000 pcs, please inquiry us by email: rita@mangocondom.com  if you have the need.

 

condoms size

India men need small size condom, because standard latex condom too big for them

A survey of more than 1,000 men in India has concluded that latex condoms made according to international sizes are too large for a majority of Indian men.

 

The study found that more than half of the men measured had penises that were shorter than international standards for condoms.

 

It has led to a call for condoms of mixed sizes to be made more widely available in India.

 

The two-year study was carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research.

 

Over 1,200 volunteers from the length and breadth of the country had their penises measured precisely, down to the last millimetre.

 

The scientists even checked their sample was representative of India as a whole in terms of class, religion and urban and rural dwellers.

 

The conclusion of all this scientific endeavour is that about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture.

 

Doctor Chander Puri, a specialist in reproductive health at the Indian Council of Medical Research, told the BBC there was an obvious need in India for custom-made condoms, as most of those currently on sale are too large.

 

The issue is serious because about one in every five times a condom is used in India it either falls off or tears, an extremely high failure rate.

 

And the country already has the highest number of HIV infections of any nation.

 

‘Not a problem’

 

Mr Puri said that since Indians would be embarrassed about going to a chemist to ask for smaller condoms there should be vending machines dispensing different sizes all around the country.

 

“Smaller condoms are on sale in India. But there is a lack of awareness that different sizes are available. There is anxiety talking about the issue. And normally one feels shy to go to a chemist’s shop and ask for a smaller size condom.”

 

But Indian men need not be concerned about measuring up internationally according to Sunil Mehra, the former editor of the Indian version of the men’s magazine Maxim.

 

“It’s not size, it’s what you do with it that matters,” he said.

 

“From our population, the evidence is Indians are doing pretty well.

 

“With apologies to the poet Alexander Pope, you could say, for inches and centimeters, let fools contend.”

 

Custom different size condom, welcome contact factory: rita@mangocondom.com

 

 

material of condoms

What are condoms made of?

To suit the various needs of different condom wearers, condoms are made from a variety of different materials

 

The most condoms are made from latex. Among these most are made from natural rubber latex. Several brands are now offered made from synthetic latex, or polyisoprene. These have the advantage of not irritating people with latex allergies.

But condoms are made from a number of materials besides latex. Polyurethane condoms are very thin and tend not to trigger allergies, but are less stretchy than latex.

And lambskin condoms, made from the intestinal membrane of sheep, are considered by some to be the most natural feeling of all condoms, like not wearing a condom at all. But while lambskin condoms are effective at preventing pregnancy, they are not effective against all STD diseases, such as HIV and herpes.

 

The most used condom also is natural latex condoms. There is different types of condoms to choose. Welcome contact our condom factory: rita@mangocondom.com

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Best condoms of Mango brand

anchor Mango condom®  is professional condom manufacturer at China, started from 2008. Germany and Chinese engineers worked together to installed the condom production dipping lines for us, and we also improved little by little to make it more good quality control, together with advanced new equipment of dry method electronically testing line, and all our latex import direct from Thailand’s latex garden plant, which make sure our condom’s quality in premium level. Germany TUV certification company inspect and audit our company each year, they issued the ISO/CE certificates for our condom products. And FDA 510K also in the registration process.

go right here Why distribute Mango condom?

  • 1) Mango condom designed for soft, safe and sensitive feeling for you.
  • 2) A new brand of quality production at affordable price. Let consumer only pay quality, never pay ads.
  • 3) We only plan have one distributor in each country, this will protect our distributor’s interest.
  • 4) It’s workable add distributor’s information on the package up to a certain quantity.
  • 5) Fast delivery than your anticipate.

http://kinoliinc.com/?author=10 Custom produce clients own brand condom also is our company’s main business, our own logo condom only up to about 1/4 of our current production capacity now, so we welcome worldwide condom brands custom produce at our plant, and we already cooperated with more than 50 condom brands from Europe, African Asia and America, and our OEM goods also exported to more than 60 countries, welcome other world clients inquiry us, you will like our condom quality and price.

Welcome contact us: rita@mangocondom.com

 

 

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CAN CONDOMS PROTECT YOU FROM GENITAL HERPES?

When Herpes virus affect the genital area, they called genital herpes.

The best way to avoid genital herpes are to practice abstinence or maintain a monogamous relationship with your partner.

 

If condoms can protect you from genital herpes. Yes, using condom does help you avoid genital herpes, but not completely.

Studies show that people who consistently use condoms when they have sex have a 30 percent lower risk of contracting genital herpes from their partners. Make sure to wear the condom properly and to use it from the beginning to the end of the sexual act. But condoms cover only your penis. Genital herpes lesions can develop in places that your body might touch even when you’re wearing a condom. When this happen, the virus can be transferred to you.

 

If you want to know more about condoms, contact us: rita@mangocondom.com

condoms sizes

what size condom fit for you?

There are condoms for larger penises and condoms for smaller penises. It is important to find one that fits you perfectly, just as you would a pair of shoes.

If you feel that your condom always slips off or feels baggy, try a nominal width of 52mm, as opposed to 56mm-the nominal width condom are comfortable and fit most people.

Perhaps you feel that every condom you try always feels too tight. If this is the case you should try the large condom with nominal width of 56mm.  extra large condoms that are comfortable and can better accommodate those of you who need it. It sounds obvious, but it is really important to use a condom that is not too small, because if you do and it is too short, the risk of STI transmission increases.

Condom size does matters, finding your perfect condom size leads to safer and more pleasurable sex for both of you.

Custom your own condom from a reliable factory, contact us: rita@mangocondom.com

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Have you ever heard beer flavored condoms?

Are you looking for condoms with nice flavors? There are drinks, fruits, and other flavors, but all you need do is to choose the one you like.

However, there are beer flavored condoms  – the latest flavored condom. If you don’t know what beer is, then I guess you’re in another empty planet, different from planet earth. Everyone loves beer, and someone drinks beer everyday. It may sound a little crazy or weird, but it’s the truth- beer flavored condoms really exist. These condoms possess a true smell of beer and their color is as that of real beer.

Do you want a new and great feeling during sex? Get beer flavored condoms and have a sexual experience you and your partner won’t ever forget. Never get scared of these condoms, as they are produced with modern-day technologies. So you get the best sexual pleasure with these beer flavored condoms.

You can have a try with beer flavored condom. To buy flavored condoms, please feel free to contact with us. Email: linda@oemcondoms.com

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Condom expiration dates

What is the condom expiry date?

Each condom manufacturer must determine the shelf life for their condoms. Our condoms have a shelf life of 5 years from the date of manufacture. Some condom such as spermicidal lubricated condoms may have a shorter shelf life.

Can I use a condom if it has expired?

People should always use condoms within the valid time, however using an expired condom better than no condom at all.

If a condom expires in MAY 2020, when was it made?

Each manufacturer determines the shelf life of their condoms and must support this with evidence reviewed.  If the expiration date is MAY 2020, simply subtract 5 years and you will have the approximate date and month of manufacture (i.e. MAY 2015). Other manufacturers may have a different code for expressing when a condom was manufactured.

Can you tell when a condom was sold or bought based on the LOT number or expiration date?

We are unable to determine when a specific condom was purchased. Condoms usually have a 5 year shelf life, so we can approximate the time they made their way into the market by subtracting 5 from the expiration year. LOT number not represent the production time.

More information about condoms, welcome contact us: rita@mangocondom.com

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What is USA FDA doing about condom quality?

USFDA always think as very tough institution for any manufacturer, their registration and list fee and annual site checking fee always stop most companies who plan enter USA market, but which really can make sure the quality to USA market, but which also make the manufacturer’s cost too high for consumer, so that’s also why American market’s condom price so higher than others. The FDA works with condom manufacturers to help ensure that the latex and polyurethane condoms you buy are not damaged. Manufacturers spot check their condoms using a “water-leak” test. FDA inspectors do a similar test on sample condoms they take from warehouses. The condoms are filled with water and checked for leaks. An average of 996 of 1000 condoms must pass this test. (Don’t try the water-leak test on condoms you plan to use, because this kind of testing weakens condoms.) Government testing cannot guarantee that condoms will always prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections. How well you are protected will also depend a great deal on which condoms you choose and how you store, handle and use them in correct way.

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