There is currently a wide variety of condoms on the market, with options that fit the needs of all consumers. There are those that allow sensations to be intensified, also with different flavors, different sizes and even various thicknesses, a range in which those known as extra-thin condoms stand out, specially designed to maximize sensitivity during sexual intercourse.

However, there are many people who still wonder if super-thin condoms break. Keep reading, because we explain it to you in this article.

Are extra-thin condoms safe?

The answer is a resounding yes, they are just as safe as any other thicker condom. Thus, despite the fact that Durex Invisible is the thinnest condom ever created by Durex, it has also gone through rigorous quality controls that certify that it maintains the same effectiveness as any other thicker condom. In other words, you can be completely calm when using them. Remember that condoms serve both to avoid unwanted pregnancies and to prevent the spread of STDs, that is, sexually transmitted diseases. In addition to maintaining these advantages, these thinner condoms offer the plus of providing an intense sexual experience, precisely thanks to its thickness. Because they are very thin, they increase sensitivity by maximizing contact. In other words, they promote and increase the skin-to-skin sensation during sexual intercourse.

Do extra-thin condoms break?

In this case, the answer is no. The thinnest condoms created by Durex are not going to break. On the contrary, they are just as safe as any other condom with a much thicker thickness. Therefore, it can be said that these condoms give you a skin-to-skin sensation, maintaining the same protection as thicker condoms at all times. In any case, there are some reasons why the condom could break, regardless of whether it is more or less thin. We review them below and explain what to do if you suffer this mishap:

Reasons why a condom can break

These are the most common reasons why condoms can break. As you will see, they are basically related to its misuse during sexual intercourse. They are the following:

  1. The condom has expired: do not forget that condoms have an expiration date. Always check it before using them.
  2. The condom has not been stored in the correct place: find a cool, dry place away from direct light to store your condoms.
  3. The condom size is not correct: there are several and it is important that you choose the right one for you, neither too loose nor too tight.
  4. The condom was not opened carefully: a rough opening can tear the packaging and the condom itself. Open it gently.
  5. The condom has not been put on correctly: it is important that you are clear about how you should put the condom on. Consult the instructions for use and ask if you have any questions.

What do I do if the condom breaks?

If it seems to you that the condom has broken, keep in mind the following aspects:

  1. Check if the condom has broken or not: First of all, examine the condom to make sure that it really is broken.
  2. Prevent an STD or avoid an unwanted pregnancy: wash immediately with warm water and soap and make an appointment with the doctor as soon as possible. This professional will tell you what measures or what tests you need to do, especially if the relationship has been high risk.

Durex Invisible Extra Sensitive

Durex Invisible Extra Sensitive is the range of condoms that stands out for its extra contribution of softness and greater lubrication. They are the thinnest condoms made by Durex to date. Thanks to this, they achieve maximum sensitivity right where it is needed most.

They are transparent, straight in shape and have a nominal width of 52 mm. Remember that despite being extra-thin condoms, they offer you exactly the same protection as any other thicker Durex condom. Therefore, if you still have doubts about whether thin condoms are safe, there is nothing better than trying them. Durex Invisible Extra Sensitive offers you great comfort, as well as skin-to-skin sensitivity without sacrificing protection at any time.

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