A: Beppy condoms are extremely comfortable condoms. The condoms are made of natural rubber latex and slightly wider. The size of the condoms provides more comfort for many men. Also, Beppy condoms do not have an unpleasant latex smell and of course this makes us all happy.
A: Beppy condoms are slightly larger than the average condoms you see in the Netherlands. The average man in the Netherlands really needs this in terms of size. The size of a Beppy condom is 56 mm. By the way, did you know that the size of a condom is determined by the ‘nominal width’? So it’s not about the length of the penis at all.
A: Beppy condoms are made of natural rubber latex. This material can cause allergic reactions including anaphylactic shock. This can happen if the user is allergic to latex.
A: Check the expiration date before use. Tear open the packaging on one side and carefully remove the condom. Note: Condoms can be damaged by nails and jewelry. Do not apply the condom until the penis is completely stiff. Press the tip of the condom together with your index finger and thumb so that no air can remain in the reservoir and with your other hand gently roll the condom out towards the shaft of the penis.
A: Store the condoms in a cool and dry place. Make sure the condoms are kept out of the reach of sunlight.
A: Seek medical attention, at least within 72 hours, if the condom ruptures or leaks during use.
A: Beppy condoms are made of high quality natural rubber latex, have a smooth surface, a natural color and are provided with a non-medicinal lubricant. If the manufacturer’s instructions are followed, the condoms are an effective method of contraception. However, no contraceptive method offers 100% protection.
A: You can reduce the risk of an STI by using condoms, but no contraceptive can rule this out 100%. It is important that you deal with it correctly. Always check the expiry date and choose the right size of condom. Also make sure that the condom does not come into contact with (sharp) jewelry or nails. A safe condom can be recognized by the CE logo on the packaging. Always read the instructions on the packaging and the package leaflet first.
A: You can use water-based lubricant, but beware of oil-based lubricants. Oil-based lubricants affect the condom. Examples are of course oil-based lubricant, Vaseline, massage oil, baby oil, baby lotion, butter, etc. If you want to use a lubricant that is suitable in combination with condoms, the Beppy Comfort Gel is a fine lubricant.
A: Withdraw from your partner after ejaculation and before the penis becomes flaccid. When the penis becomes limp, the condom loosens and there is a good chance that you will leak. Therefore, hold the condom firmly. Then gently unroll the condom while squeezing the condom a little above the reservoir and the ejaculate. Check if the condom is still intact.
Never flush the used condom down the toilet but throw it in the bin.