Why not add a little more flavour to your love life, with mango condoms?! Making life's most intimate moments even juicer. Mango condoms are the perfect choice for practicing safe oral sex because your partner will no longer have to suffer with a bad taste in their mouth, leading to a better experience for you both. Whether it is mango that does it for you - or another flavour tickles your fancy - there are plenty of flavoured condoms available here on our website to get a taste you love. Do not put up with bad smelling or tasting condoms any longer - treat yourself to a fresh new scent between the sheets with a pack of mango condoms.
What are mango condoms?
Mango condoms are natural rubber latex condoms that taste and smell like mango. The tropical flavour can add surprising sensations to your sex game and is a perfect choice for the summer.
Like all flavoured condoms, mango condoms are primarily designed for oral sex. However, you can also use them for vaginal and anal intercourse, or with your favourite sex toy. The flavour isn’t that important when using the condoms for vaginal or anal sex, but the fruity scent can cover the smell of latex and make sex more pleasurable if you can’t stand the specific odour.
What brands make mango condoms?
There are a few brands that make mango condoms, but you can find them right here at Condoms.uk in the Pasante Tropical pack. Pasante Tropical is a selection of condoms with tropical fruit flavours, including mango, pineapple, and coconut. These condoms are not only flavoured, they are also coloured and designed to pamper all your senses.
The mango condoms in the pack have an orange colour. They suit men who need a regular size condom – the nominal width is 53mm and the condoms are 190mm long. A soft, silky texture makes them very comfortable to wear. These condoms are made of natural rubber latex.
Are there any other fruity flavours I can try?
There are plenty of other fruity flavours you can try alongside mango condoms. Two different options are actually included in the Pasante Tropical pack. Both flavours are exotic, reminding of sunshine, summer, and beach holidays.
The pineapple flavour is fresher than mango and coconut, but you can still expect a sweet, juicy taste. These condoms are yellow, and an excellent alternative to banana condoms if you care more about the colour than the taste.
Pasante Coconut condoms are clear, but their sweet taste and scent can make protected sex much more enjoyable. All options are suitable to use for all types of sex.
Other flavoured condoms from Pasante include Blueberry Blast, Chocolate Temptation, and Mint condoms. All options have the same size as Pasante Tropical, but Pasante Mint also deliver a cooling, tingling sensation that can make oral and vaginal sex more pleasurable.
Skins is another brand that makes mint condoms. Skins Mint condoms are slightly larger than Pasante (a nominal width of 55mm) but deliver the same invigorating taste. They can also stimulate your partner’s vaginal walls with the tingling sensations and help delay ejaculation naturally. Another difference between Pasante and Skins Mint is the scent – Pasante Mint condoms have a fresh, mint scent. Skins Mint, on the other hand, smell of vanilla. This quirk makes them an excellent choice if you want to surprise your partner with unique barriers.
If you need a smaller condom, Glyde Slim Fit Strawberry could be an excellent choice. These condoms have a nominal width of 49mm and are 170mm long. Like Pasante, they are coloured (in red) and flavoured with natural extracts. All flavoured condoms from Glyde contain no added sugars and are safe to use for all kinds of sex. These condoms are also cruelty-free and vegan certified by the Vegan Society.
Glyde Strawberry condoms are also available in regular size with a nominal width of 53mm. Slightly shorter than Pasante (180mm), it suits men who don’t like to deal with lots of extra length. Glyde also manufactures a wide range of condoms in other flavours – all of which are available in a regular size. Options include blueberry, wildberry, vanilla, and cola. The brand only uses natural extracts to flavour up their condoms, meaning that you can use them for all kinds of sex.
ON and Skins are two brands that also include a tropical fruit variant in their flavoured condom range. ON Banana condoms are 54mm wide and 185mm long. At 0.07mm thick, these condoms are slightly thicker than Pasante and Glyde, thus more suitable for rough or anal sex.
Skins Banana condoms are suitable for those who need a slightly larger size or prefer a looser fit. They have a nominal width of 55mm and are 190mm long. These condoms have a standard thickness of 0.065mm and are suitable to use for all kinds of sex.
EXS is another brand that impresses with a variety of flavoured condoms. Options vary from chocolate to cola, strawberry, and bubblegum. These condoms aren’t available in single flavour packs, but come in the EXS Mixed Flavours pack which contains an assortment.
Can I use mango condoms with lube?
Yes, you can use mango condoms with personal lubricant. However, you should pay attention to the type of lube you’re going to use.
Pasante’s condoms are made of natural rubber latex and are only compatible to use with water-based or silicone-based lubes. Never use an oil-based lubricant or cosmetic product to lubricate latex and polyisoprene condoms, because they could damage the material and cause small cracks or micro holes on the condom. These damages are not always visible to the naked eye and could lead to accidental pregnancy or the transmission of STIs.
When choosing the right lubricant, remember that Vaseline and other products containing petroleum-based ingredients can also damage latex and polyisoprene.
Using personal lubricant for all sexual activities – as opposed to Vaseline or other cosmetics – goes beyond condom compatibility considerations. Personal lubricants are designed specifically for sex and are usually made with food-grade ingredients. Most lubes on the market are safe to use for oral sex in addition to vaginal and anal intercourse, but more importantly, they can go inside your body.
Cosmetics, such as Vaseline, body lotions and creams, body oil, and so on are designed for external use only. They are safe when applied on the skin, but shouldn’t come in contact with your oral, vaginal, or anal lining. Although these products are usually safe when ingested in small quantities, they can dry out your privates rather than applying moisture. They might feel slippery at first, but once absorbed, they can leave the skin feeling drier. In this way, they increase the risk of irritation and skin lacerations.
To stay on the safe side, Pasante manufactures a range of flavoured and non-flavoured condom-friendly lubes that work wonders with mango condoms. Or you could simply opt for any other water or silicone-based lubricant.
Are mango condoms safe for vaginal sex?
Yes, mango condoms are safe for vaginal sex. That said, you shouldn’t assume that all flavoured condoms out there are safe to use for vaginal or anal intercourse. Just like flavoured lube, flavoured condoms can contain glycerine or other added sugars that shouldn't come anywhere near a vagina. The problem with sugars and vaginas is that the former disrupt the delicate pH balance of the females’ intimate areas.
pH imbalances and the presence of sugars help yeasts and bacteria to thrive. The result is a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. Both issues are relatively easy to treat with antifungal medicines or antibiotics, but they can sometimes go unnoticed and lead to systemic complications. Yeast and bacterial infections are also easy to transmit, and both partners might need the treatment.
Most condom manufacturers nowadays use natural extracts instead of sugar or glycerine, but don’t take it for granted. To make things easy for you, all flavoured condoms we have in on stock here at Condoms.uk are safe to use for all types of sex.
What to do if I can’t find mango condoms in my size?
Flavoured condoms, regardless of the brand, are only available in regular sizes. You’ll have a bit of wiggle room in that you’ll be able to find flavoured condoms in sizes from about 53mm to 56mm. That said, mango condoms are only available in a 53mm variant.
If you can’t find mango condoms in your size, but you still need regular size condoms and don’t mind other flavours, there are lots of options for you right here at Condoms.uk. Our flavoured condoms range includes popular options like strawberry, chocolate, banana, vanilla, blueberry, wildberry, and even mint. However, if you need a smaller or larger size condom, the only sensible choice is buying plain condoms in your size and using them with flavoured lubricant.
One thing to keep in mind is that using the right size condom is crucial. Some men prefer using smaller condoms for the snugger fit. These condoms can help men delay ejaculation naturally by constricting blood flow to the penis. However, using condoms that are too snug has many disadvantages.
On the one hand, the condom could break or tear due to pressure and friction. The wearer should usually be able to notice when the condom breaks. However, some tears are so small that you might not feel the change in pressure. Your partner will unlikely feel any changes, leading to a higher risk of accidental pregnancy or transmitting or contracting sexually transmitted infections.
Another issue with snug condoms is that they limit blood supply to the penis whilst you’re wearing them. In the long run, this could lead to erectile dysfunction among other issues.
At the opposite end, larger condoms might be preferred by men who like a looser fit. However, these condoms are more likely to slip off during sex. If this happens, they can get stuck inside your partner and in some cases you may need professional help in getting them out.
If you want to avoid embarrassing situations and prevent erectile dysfunction, make sure to always use the right size condoms. There are various ways to find out what size you need. Trial and error is a method many guys use. If you’ve never used condoms before – or if it has been too long since you last used condoms – buy a pack of regular size condoms (54mm or 55mm nominal width) and check how they feel. If you feel discomfort or any type of pain, you need a larger size condom. If the condoms are too loose and you can’t really feel your partner, you need a smaller size condom.
Alternatively, you could measure your penis and find out what is the right size for you. To do that, grab a piece of string and a ruler, then measure your penis girth and length. Fill out the numbers in our quick quiz to find the right condom size and see what are the best condoms for you here at Condoms.uk.
Where to buy mango condoms?
You can buy mango condoms right here at Condoms.uk. We are stockists of the most popular condoms from trusted brands, and buying from us comes with advantages.
- Only genuine condoms: At Condoms.uk, you’ll only find genuine condoms sourced directly from brands or their official suppliers in the UK. All condoms will be delivered to you in their original, unopened packaging marked with the European CE or British BSI mark.
- Lubes and accessories: Mind-blowing sex needs more than condoms. Personal lubricant can enhance the experience, and sex toys and accessories can help you prevent routine. But you don’t have to go search for these items elsewhere – simply browse our range to find the best lubes and accessories to go with your condoms.
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