Latex-free condoms

If you have an allergy or would simply like to try different types of condoms, latex-free condoms offer you a growing number of options.

Lifestyles Skyn

These condoms are made from polyisoprene, coming in a variety of styles and a large size. The company says that these condoms are softer than latex condoms. The options here are numerous, with the originals, extra lubricated, large, dotted for a more intense feel, and a selection pack so you can try them all and see which ones you prefer.


These condoms are made from polyisoprene, and their boast-factor is that they don’t smell weird, and they are specially shaped to be easy to put on and use. Durex at this stage only appears to make one variety of latex-free condoms.


The Trojan Supra Bareskins are made from polyurethane, and the company boasts about having the thinnest non-latex condoms on the market. (This company also makes a selection of skins, condoms from animal intestines, which is a complicated variety of saving the planet and killing the animals. (We can’t win.) These condoms do not prevent STIs, just pregnancy.)

Female Condoms

Female condoms are also generally latex-free, and people who use these – men and women – often say that they are better than normal condoms, once they got used to using them.


Original price was: USD $9.95.Current price is: USD $0.00. ex GST/VAT/TAX
Original price was: USD $9.99.Current price is: USD $0.00. ex GST/VAT/TAX
Jessica Lloyd - Vulvovaginal Specialist Naturopathic Practitioner, BHSc(N)

Jessica is a degree-qualified naturopath (BHSc) specialising in vulvovaginal health and disease, based in Melbourne, Australia.

Jessica is the owner and lead naturopath of My Vagina, and is a member of the:

  • International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD)
  • International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH)
  • National Vulvodynia Association (NVA) Australia
  • New Zealand Vulvovaginal Society (ANZVS)
  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)