These carcinogens are found in most condoms, and we don't think they have any business being in your vagina.
No to child labor. Yes to fair wages, free education, and healthcare for the entire community from which we source our rubber.
Every single condom is individually electronically tested for safety and FDA approved.
These are definitely my favorite condoms to use. I as well hate that latex smell and when there's too much lubricant, these have just the right amount on don't smell like anything. They are easy to use and comfortable, I have never had any problems with them. And they support good consumerist practices and give back. 10 out of 5 honestly.
These are the best we've ever used! It barely felt like we were even using protection and my husband said the same thing. Usually you can tell when using condoms but these are great! Will never use any other kind - added bonus that they are safe!
I love these ultra thin condoms, and so does my boyfriend. He said there was sensitivity, and it felt like almost nothing was there for me too, which as we all know isn’t the case sometimes with condoms!
"Sustain's condoms employ a special chemical 'accelerator' in the production process that stops the release of carcinogens called nitrosamines, which naturally occur in latex."
"If you religiously read the ingredient list on everything—from your almond butter to your body wash—why should condoms be any different?"
"With condoms, it’s about the supply chain and the people making the product. Sustain found a fair-trade certified rubber plantation and factory. Meaning, despite Sustain having similar price points to other popular condom brands, buying Sustain means you're definitely supporting a factory with fair wages and no child laborers."