• Fun Vegan Condoms
  • Fun Vegan Condoms
  • Fun Vegan Condoms
  • Fun Vegan Condoms
  • Fun Vegan Condoms

Einhorn

Fun Vegan Condoms

Regular price €7,00
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Not only are these condoms vegan, animal-free, fair trade and carbon neutral, they're the most fun-wrapped condoms on the market. With fun packages of both, p*ssy and c*ck designs, this natural rubber condom will protect you and the planet. Contains 7 lubricated condoms, 54mm in diameter.

They are primarily made of latex with fair trade natural rubber, sourced from Songkhla province in southern Thailand, and coated with silicone-based lubricant.

Condoms prevent contraception and the transmission of some sexually transmitted diseases. Watch the video below to see how to apply it.

 

These condoms are a sustainable alternative to the vast majority of condoms, which are not fair trade, vegan or animal-friendly. Interestingly, the vast majority of condoms contain casein, a protein extracted from milk, in their lubricants. So yes, it makes sense to make vegan and cruelty-free condoms.

These condoms are packaged in a paper bag and individually packaged in plastic wrappers, both of which are 100% recyclable. Please note that due to the lubricant in the condom, it is very difficult to package them in a material other than plastic.

Born in Germany, Einhorn is a different brand, transparent, fun and above all, without any kind of taboo. Why should we keep taboos around sexual activity? It is a healthy, fun and now more sustainable and safer act. Einhorn's transparency goes so far that they make it possible for everyone to see their production chain and obtain the natural latex they obtain in Thailand. You can't ask for more from a committed company that makes fun products with minimal environmental impact and that strives every day to be more sustainable by having what they call a Fairstainability department.

The paper bag should go in the blue bin and the plastic and aluminium wrapper should go in the yellow bin. As for the condom, it cannot be recycled and you have to throw it in the common (grey) bin. The reason for this is that the silicone-based lubricant coating prevents this. Natural rubber is fully biodegradable and compostable.