If you are planning on going vegan for January have you considered including your condoms and adult lubricant in that?
Many people don’t consider condoms as non-vegan but you may be surprised to discover the majority of them are not.
Though they are generally made of latex, the substance used to make the latex soft is casein, which is normally derived from milk. Einhorn is a German brand that has sought out a way to make condoms vegan, and also use latex from smaller more sustainable latex plantations. Larger ones often require deforestation which has an impact on animals who use the forest for their habitat and the environment.
Other vegan condom brands include:
• Sir Richard’s Condom Company – based in Colorado this company also donates money to a developing country with each purchase.
• Hanx – with sleek, design packaging these highly stylish vegan condoms may surprise you
• Glyde – this range of condoms comes in a range of different sizes
• Durex non-latex condoms including Avanti Ultima, Fetherlite Ultra, and Deluxe are all also vegan.
You may also want to consider vegan lubricants, and what better time than Veganuary.
Yes has a range of lubricants and vaginal moisturisers that are both vegan and organic. Aimed at women, they are also popular with men.
Here are some other options:
Good Clean Love Almost Naked Personal Lubricant
LuLu #1 Personal Lubricant – also organic
Aloe Cadabra Personal Lubricant – also available in different flavours
Anjou Personal Lubricant – perfect for people who have sensitivities
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