Durex Mutual Climax condoms allow both parties to enjoy sex together without compromising on protection.
They contain a special numbing agent to help slow down the condom-wearer, allowing them to maintain a level of control so that the excitement can be prolonged.
The exterior of the condom also features ribs and dots to increase sensitivity and maximize pleasure.
You won’t have to sacrifice safety for pleasure; these condoms are designed to keep you protected whilst also allowing you to feel the closeness you desire.
You can buy Durex Mutual Climax condoms discreetly online. All items ordered online are dispatched from a UK based pharmacy in plain packaging, giving no indication of the parcels contents or where it came from.
Durex Mutual Climax condoms are different to regular condoms for a number of reasons.
They contain a numbing agent (anaesthetic) called Benzocaine to help slow the wearer down, allowing the receiving party to reach orgasm.
Durex coat each condom with additional lubrication on the outside to prevent friction and discomfort.
The outside of the condom has ribs and dots embedded into the latex to help increase pleasure.
The translucent latex is made to feel skin-like and intimate, while still retaining the strength and reliability Durex are known for.
Durex manufactures their condoms to minimise the distracting smell other condoms have.
Durex Mutual Climax condoms are best for people who want to enjoy sex for longer. They’re effective at delaying ejaculation for the wearer while heightening the pleasure of the receiver, thanks to the added texture of the condom. This makes them ideal for those wishing to extend the pleasure and feel closer to their partner.
If you experience premature ejaculation, even while using Durex Mutual Climax condoms, you can take out an online confidential consultation with one of our online doctors.
Durex source their latex as ethically as possible, so these condoms are also ideal for those who are environmentally-conscious.
These condoms are not suitable for those with a latex allergy. If you or your partner have an allergy to latex, there are latex-free condoms available.
If you or your partner have had an allergic reaction to topical anaesthetics such as benzocaine or lidocaine in the past, do not use Durex Mutual Climax condoms.
No form of contraceptive is 100% effective.
Durex Mutual Climax condoms are 98% effective, which means that if 100 women use this condom as their main form of contraceptive for a year, only 2 would become pregnant.
Durex condoms are 100% electronically tested to ensure they are strong and reliable. Each batch also receives a further 5 quality checks to ensure they are up to Durex’ stringent standards.
To further protect from unwanted pregnancies, other forms of contraceptive such as the contraceptive pill can be considered and used alongside condoms.
Only condoms can protect from STI’s such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea and HIV.
You should only use a condom once. Never try to wear two condoms at once. Always use a fresh condom if you are switching between different types of sex (for example oral, vaginal and anal).
Always check the expiry date of the condom – this is usually printed on the box the condoms came in, as well as on the outside of the individual wrapper of each condom.
Never use scissors or anything sharp like your teeth to open the condom packaging as this could damage the condom.
To remove the condom from the wrapper, carefully tear from the serrated edge of the condom wrapper.
To apply the condom, you should pinch the tip and roll it carefully down the shaft of the penis. Ensure there are no air bubbles. The condom should feel tight but comfortable and secure.
If you notice the condom split during sex, remove the broken condom and put a new condom on.
After having sex, hold the base of the condom when withdrawing your penis to prevent spillage. Carefully remove the condom and discard it in the bin.
You can use certain lubrications for extra comfort if required. Never use oil-based lubricants as these can damage the latex. If in doubt, always read the packaging.
All condoms should be stored in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.
Do not store condoms in your wallet or glove compartment, as the heat can damage the latex and weaken the integrity of the condom.
Always store condoms out of the sight and reach of children.
Never flush condoms or their packaging down the toilet.
Always throw away condoms that have passed their sell-by date. Expired condoms are more prone to tearing, increasing the risk of unwanted pregnancy and the spread of STIs.