Get comfortable with the truth. Get comfortable with lube.


The truth is for up to 2/3rds of the month woman can be naturally drier - and admitting to or calling out drier days can feel a bit uncomfortable too! But the truth has never been so important. Because the truth is the only way to better sex! So let’s put one hand on our hearts, the other on our vulvas - admit to when it’s feeling a bit ‘oof’ and when it’s time for a little lube.Let’s get comfortable with the truth. And get comfortable with lube.


The Durex Naturals range with a new lubricated condom
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Discomfort and dryness during sex can happen to all women, that's why we have created a pH friendly Naturals lube range designed for you and your natural needs. Now also with our Durex Naturals condoms coated with a water-based lubricant made from 98% natural origin ingredients intended for her in mind. No artificial flavours or colourants.

Durex UK Condoms Durex Naturals Condoms 12 pack

Durex Naturals Condoms 12 pack

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Durex UK Condoms Durex Naturals Condoms 30 pack

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Durex UK - Naturals Intimate Gel Pure - 100ml

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What quality tests do Durex condoms go through?

Every Durex condom is electronically tested to ensure it's up to the job. A random sample of condoms is also taken from each batch for more rigorous quality tests. After measuring thickness and length, samples go through the air inflation test to check for burst strength and elasticity (typically a Durex condom can hold 40 liters of air without bursting). Water leak testing is also carried out. Sample condoms are filled with water - suspended for one minute and rolled on blotting paper which shows up any leakage. Approximately two million water tests are carried out every month in Durex factories. If the sample fails any of the tests, the whole batch is rejected!

Are thinner condoms more likely to break?

No. The thickness of the condom doesn't necessarily correspond to safety. Please make sure to read the instruction manual.

Can I use condoms for anal sex?

Some Durex condoms are suitable for anal sex, please check the product instructions for further clarification. There are currently no specific standards for the manufacturing of condoms for anal sex. For anal sex in particular, application of additional water-based or silicone-based lubricants to the outside of the condom once donned is recommended to help reduce the risk of breakage or slippage of the condom. Remember to always read the instructions before use.

Is it safe to use condoms underwater or in a shower?

There has been no research into the performance of condoms when they are used in or underwater. The risk of slippage, for example, might increase when used in such circumstances.