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We're super excited to be introducing our new line of HANX Condoms from the end of 2022. Our Condoms already use this new stock, but other products (such as our bundles and gifts) will continue to use the existing stock as we migrate over. Don't worry, all of our products are vegan, safe and sustainable, but we might just look a little different!
Please refer to the 'Burning Questions' for your specific product, or email email@example.com for any other questions.
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You can get our condoms as a three-pack, a ten-pack, a thirty-pack or, if you’re attending a good old-fashioned roman orgy – we also have the fifty pack.
Yes, HANX Condoms are verified by the CE mark and undergo rigorous testing to ensure maximum safety. HANX Condoms are also FDA approved. Condoms are a reliable protection but no contraceptive can protect 100% against pregnancy, HIV and/or sexually transmitted infections.
Condoms don’t get much thinner. Ours are only about 0.055mm to 0.065mm thick. Struggling to picture how thin that is? Same. So we looked it up. And to use a very topical analogy, it’s roughly the width of one lonely, little pube.
Yep! Our condoms do NOT contain any animal by products such as casein (often found in other condoms) and we are officially certified by The Vegan Society.
As in any rubber articles, there can be traces of nitrosamines, only just around the detection limit. We regularly test for nitrosamines. Scientific literature shows that the amount of nitrosamines released from condoms to human body is extremely low in comparison to the nitrosamines from food.
Our Condoms avoid unnecessary chemicals, and our ingredient list is: Natural latex, Silicone Oil, Magnesium, Kaeflo/ Absorbo, and Silicone LE.
We always look to be as sustainable as possible. We have reduced energy consumption, chemical load, and waste. Our production has a waste water treatment and compared to plastics, rubber articles degrade very quickly. Our condoms are made from latex which has been responsibly sourced and traded. Our outer boxes are made from recyclable cardboard. For now, our condoms are wrapped in foil, as a medical device they need to stay fresh. We are always looking to improve our sustainability and open to new advances in packaging to do so.
Lubricants should be tested for condom compatibility, as only water or silicone based lubricants can be used as oil based products can damage the latex. Please check our information leaflet inside each HANX packet carefully for full details.
It's all about the width, baby.
Standard: Nominal width = 53mm, Length = 185mm.
Large Size: Nominal width = 56mm, Length = 195mm.
Yes! It’s water-based and safe to use with condoms. Go wild.
Aqua, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Propylene Glycol, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate. We developed this to be as close to as nature’s equivalent as possible.
Yes, it has a pH of 4.5, and so is close to the vagina’s natural pH is between 3.8 and 4.5. Fun fact: one ingredient we use is lactic acid, which your vagina produces to stay healthy, keep infections at bay, and it maintains the vaginal environment acidic. You’re welcome!
No way! Prolonged use of glycerin-based lubricants can actually dehydrate and damage vaginal tissue: not cool. Our lube is water-based and as natural as possible.
Yes! It’s Vegan Society certified, don’t-cha know?
No, there’s no artificial smell or flavour in our lubricant. Step away from that bottle of Cheeky Cherry: the sugar present in flavoured lubes can increase your risk of yeast infections.
Thrush is a fungal infection (also known as candidiasis) caused by a type of yeast called… Candida. You saw that one coming, right? It typically causes infections of the mouth, vagina, and occasionally the penis. Vaginal thrush is commonly referred to as a yeast infection and the signs and symptoms to look out for include genital itching, burning, and sometimes a white "cottage cheese-like" discharge from the vagina.
Very! About 3 out of every 4 vagina-owners will have vaginal thrush at some point in their lifetime, with some being susceptible to recurrent thrush infections. Candida yeast lives naturally in the bowel and in also hangs out in small numbers within the vagina, it’s mostly harmless, but if the amounts increase then that’s when symptoms can develop.
Fluconazole is an anti-fungal treatment that works by stopping the ability of the fungal infection to reproduce and grow AKA blocked and reported. Simply swallow the fluconazole tablet and you’re all set. Now, breathe…
Clotrimazole is an anti-fungal medication that works by killing the fungus infection. The pessary acts at the source of infection, inserted in the vagina, killing fungus causing the infection in all its chalky glory. Just like putting in a tampon, no sweat.
Clotrimazole is an anti-fungal medication that works by killing the fungus infection. The cream tackles the source of infection, on the skin of the vulva, killing fungus causing irritation and infection. We love a multi-tasker.
The fluconazole tablet is taken orally, meaning you simply pop in your mouth and swallow! The pessary comes with an applicator and tablet, with simple instructions of how to insert the tablet inside your vagina. The clotrimazole cream is simply used by applying to the vulva (the outside lips of the vagina) to sooth the skin on that area. Read the instructions included and you’re good to go!
Bacterial vaginosis, also referred to as BV, is a common condition caused by an imbalance of naturally occurring bacteria in the vagina. Basically, the vagina loses its normal acidity, and its pH increases to greater than 4.5, often causing smelly discharge.
You’re not alone: BV is the most common vaginal infection in vagina-owners of reproductive age, with between 5-70% being affected at any one time.
The cooling lactate gels balance the pH in the vagina to restore a healthy acidic pH which supports healthy bacteria that act as a barrier to vaginal infections.
We provide you with 7 x Relactagel Lactate Vaginal Gels, which work to restore the vaginal pH. Relactagel Lactate Vaginal Gel treats and prevents bacterial vaginosis with 7 x single dose tubes for 1 week’s treatment. However, you’ll also require antibiotics to help clear up the infection of BV, so make sure to discuss with your health professional.
The gels have a twisty top which you simply break off, and then gently squirt the contents inside your vagina. Just don’t forget to read the instructions and you’re all set.
A common type of urinary tract infection (UTI), particularly common in vagina-owners, that causes symptoms such as pain, burning or stinging when you pee, needing to pee more often than usual, dark or strong-smelling urine, lower abdominal pain and feeling generally unwell. Basically, it sucks.
Mild cases will often get better by themselves within a few days, but some people experience recurrent episodes of cystitis and may need regular or long-term treatment. Occasionally cystitis could lead to a more serious kidney infection and so it's really important to seek medical advice if your symptoms don’t settle.
Very! Most women will experience cystitis within their lifetime (roughly 3 out of every 4).
Those little sachets contain sodium citrate: a magical ingredient which acts to neutralise the acidity of the urine caused by cystitis and get you feeling like yourself again.
Sodium citrate and the classic Thrush MVP: natural cranberry flavouring.
Please seek medical review, as you might need antibiotics. Symptoms to watch out for include a fever, stomach and lower back pain, blood in your urine, and feeling generally unwell in yourself.
No. Please seek medical help if you have cystitis symptoms during pregnancy.
One word: yes! Especially, if you're using with new partners for the prevention of STIs.
Absolutely! Our lubricant is water-based and free from nasty chemicals so it is indeed safe during pregnancy. It can help make sex more enjoyable too, especially if you're struggling with vaginal dryness. Go forth and lubricate!