- How are MAXPRO condoms manufactured and how do they assure the quality of the raw materials required to produce their condoms? Back to top
- The high quality raw latex required to manufacture MAXPRO condoms is collected and used to produce the condoms at the source. Our manufacturing plants are located on the farms where the rubber trees are grown and tapped for their rubber/latex. Malaysia has the best climate for growing strong high quality rubber/latex material. Please feel free to read about our manufacturing process by clicking here.
- What makes your condoms different from the other condoms on the market? Back to top
- The shape and size are designed for a man’s comfort so that he may concentrate on pleasing his partner.
- High-quality super silky silicone-based lube designed to last longer and feel good as you put on the condom.
- No latex odor.
- Made from high quality raw latex materials.
- Does the mint condom taste like mint? Back to top
- No, the mint condom is sealed in a lubricant containing menthol and eucalyptus extracts intended to give a slight cooling sensation, it has no flavor but does have a nice mint smell.
- What makes the original condom’s shape so special? Back to top
- The “baggy head” of the condom is designed to be less restrictive and increase the sensitivity to the head of the penis. The shape also helps to reduce breakage due to user error.
- What are the methods that you use to assure the quality of your condoms? Back to top
- Our single most important objective is to produce consistent quality condoms that are safe and effective. To ensure this, a comprehensive Quality Assurance System has been implemented and is constantly audited internally by a third party.
Latex condoms produced by our company are in compliance with all major standards such as the Class 2B of the Medical Device Directive in Europe & CFR21-175, 105, 177, and 2600 of the FDA in the United States.
For more specifics on condom testing and quality assurance, please refer to our article on how condoms are made.
- Is the pure condom (ultra-thin) safe to use? Back to top
- Yes, definitely. The pure style condom must meet the same stringent quality standards as our other condoms.
- If I order from you online, will you protect my privacy? How? Back to top
- How will my order appear on my credit card? Back to top
- Your credit card is discreetly billed and your statement will read IBI Synergy, Inc.
In fact, it is so discreet that we often have customers calling us to remind them of what they purchased with their card. There will be no mention of what type of products you purchased on your statement
- Will my shipment be packaged discreetly? Back to top
- Why do I need to use a condom? Back to top
- Condoms are the only form of protection that can both help to stop the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV and prevent pregnancy.
- How do you use a condom? Back to top
How are MAXPRO condoms manufactured and how do they assure the quality of the raw materials required to produce their condoms?
What makes your condoms different from the other condoms on the market?
Does the mint condom taste like mint?
What makes the original condom’s shape so special?
What are the methods that you use to assure the quality of your condoms?
Is the pure condom (ultra-thin) safe to use?
If I order from you online, will you protect my privacy? How?
How will my order appear on my credit card?
Will my shipment be packaged discreetly?
Why do I need to use a condom?
How do you use a condom?
Why are condoms lubricated?
Why are there so many types of condoms?
What about condom size?
How can I check to see if a condom is safe to use?
What condoms should you use for anal intercourse?
Is using a condom effective?
- Open the condom package at one corner being careful not to tear the condom with your fingernails, your teeth, or through being too rough. Make sure the package and condom appear to be in good condition, and check that if there is an expiry date that the date has not passed.
- Place the rolled condom over the tip of the hard penis, and if the condom does not have a reservoir top, pinch the tip of the condom enough to leave a half inch space for semen to collect. If the man is not circumcised, then pull back the foreskin before rolling on the condom.
- Pinch the air out of the condom tip with one hand and unroll the condom over the penis with the other hand. Roll the condom all the way down to the base of the penis, and smooth out any air bubbles. (Air bubbles can cause a condom to break.)
- If you want to use some extra lubrication, put it on the outside of the condom. But always use a water-based lubricant with latex condoms, as an oil-based lubricant will cause the latex to break.
- Why are condoms lubricated? Back to top
- Some condoms are not lubricated at all, some are lubricated with a silicone substance, and some condoms have a water-based lubricant. The lubrication on condoms aims to make the condom easier to put on and more comfortable to use. Additional lubrication can also help prevent condom breakage. Never use oil based lubricants with condoms.
- Why are there so many types of condoms? Back to top
- Condoms come in a variety of shapes. Most have a reservoir tip. Condoms may be regular shaped (with straight sides), form fit (indented below the head of the penis), baggy head condoms have a loose fit over the head of the penis, or they may be flared (wider over the head of the penis).
It's up to you which shape you choose. All of the differences in shape are designed to suit different personal preferences and enhance pleasure.
- What about condom size? Back to top
- Condoms are made in different lengths and widths, and many manufacturers produce varying sizes.
There is no standard length for condoms, though those made from natural rubber will in addition always stretch if necessary to fit the length of the man's erect penis.
The width of a condom can also vary. Some condoms have a slightly smaller width to give a "closer" fit, whereas others will be slightly larger. Condom makers have realized that different lengths and widths are needed and are increasingly broadening their range of sizes.
- How can I check to see if a condom is safe to use? Back to top
- Condoms have an expiration (Exp) date or manufacture (MFG) date on the box or individual package that tells you when it is safe to use the condom until. It's important to check this when you use a condom. You should also make sure the package and the condom appear to be in good condition.
Condoms can deteriorate if not stored properly as they are affected by both heat and light. So it's best not to use a condom that has been stored in your back pocket, your wallet, or the glove compartment of your car. If a condom feels sticky or very dry you shouldn't use it as the packaging has probably been damaged.
- What condoms should you use for anal intercourse? Back to top
- With anal intercourse more strain is placed on the condom. You can use stronger condoms (which are thicker) but standard condoms are just as effective as long as they are used correctly with plenty of lubricant. Condoms with a lubricant containing Nonoxynol 9 should NOT be used for anal sex as Nonoxynol 9 damages the lining of the rectum increasing the risk of HIV and other STD transmission.
- Is using a condom effective? Back to top
- If used properly, a condom is very effective at reducing the risk of being infected with HIV during sexual intercourse. Using a condom also provides protection against other sexually transmitted diseases, and protection against pregnancy. In the laboratory, latex condoms are very effective at blocking transmission of HIV because the pores in latex condoms are too small to allow the virus to pass through. However, outside of the laboratory condoms are less effective because people do not always use condoms properly.