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Happy Life Ribbed Dotted Contoured-3 Pack


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Happy Life Ribbed Dotted Contoured-3 Pack

 What’s better dotted or ribbed?

Like ribbed, the dotted pattern creates an increased friction but with an added intense excitement for both you and your partner thanks to the slightly rougher and varied surface texture

 Why are dotted condoms used?

 If you do not want to opt for the plain and boring condom type, you can try the dotted variant. These condoms have a dots-like pattern on them to increase the stimulation for more pleasure during sexual intercourse. So, try to avoid using them if you have broken skin or very sensitive skin as it can lead to a rash.

 Do condoms in Pakistan?

 For gaining the trust of millions of Pakistan is over a span of two decades, Touch is now Pakistan’s 2nd highest selling brand.

 Are dotted condoms pleasurable?

 These dotes condoms are little different from the traditional ones and have the texture or pattern like dots, which increases the level of stimulation and the feeling of pleasure during sexual penetration. In short, a dotted condom gives more pleasure.

 What is the benefit of dotted condoms?

 These condoms have raised dots on the exterior surface specifically designed to provide a greater sensation. The extra dots create much more friction and stimulation for enhanced sexual pleasure.

 Why are condoms used?

It is a method of birth control that works by forming a barrier and blocking the route that sperm would take to fertilize an egg. These condoms also helps prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted infections.

 Why do condoms have Flavors?

 These condoms are actually designed to be used during oral sex.

 Are condoms safe?

Yes, if you use condoms perfectly every single time you have sex, they’re 98% effective at preventing pregnancy. But in real life condoms are about 85% effective that means about 15 out of 100 people who use condoms as their only birth control method will get pregnant each year.