Designed with 540 raised dots over the most sensitive areas, the condoms offer extra stimulation to heighten sensation & elevate the experience for both you & your partner. Easy to manage & put on, they’re non-irritant, paraben-free & pre-lubricated to help minimise friction & ensure smooth gliding by avoiding slips, breakage or skin irritation.
ForMen JoyMax Dotted Condom (Chocolate Flavour) Benefits:
- Intensely Textured for Added Stimulation
- 540 Raised Dots for Effortless Ultimate Pleasure
- Ultra-Smooth and Paraben-Free Lubrication
- Made with Premium Natural Rubber Latex
- Each unit comes with a Discreet Disposable Pouche
- Secure & Comfort Fit Made for Indian Men
- Correct Usage Helps in Preventing Pregnancy, STIs & STDs
- Electronically Tested for Safety & Strength
- Discreet packaging and delivery for your privacy.
How to Use ForMen JoyMax Dotted Condom (Chocolate Flavour)?
- Wait till you have a fully erect penis & place the condom on its tip
- Pinch the air out of the condom’s top & gently unroll all the way down
- Get into action. Once used, roll upwards & remove
- Discard in one of the disposable pouches provided in the pack
JoyMax Dotted Condom Chocolate Flavour Packaging:
100% Discreet Packaging and Delivery
- No Complete Display Of Product Name
- No Brand Name
- No Content Description
- No Company Logo
What does the doctor say!
Consistent & correct use of male latex condoms effectively prevents the risks of unplanned pregnancy, STIs & STDs up to 98%. Dotted + lubricated condoms offer greater stimulation & smooth action without any added hassle, especially for your partner. It is also strictly advised not to use 2 or more of them together to avoid unnecessary friction & breakage.
Yes, All Chocolate Flavored JoyMax Dotted Condoms undergo electronic testing, the water leak test, the air burst test and the strength test to give maximum durability and safety during the intercourse.
No. Condoms are the only method of contraception that can both prevent STIs and pregnancy when used as instructed. Our condoms undergo rigorous testing to ensure maximum efficacy when used correctly.
Yes. Many condoms are already lubricated on the outside, inside, or both, but you can always add more as long as the lubricant is either water-based or silicone-based. Oil-based lubricants, such as baby oil or petroleum jelly, can weaken latex and should be avoided. When selecting a lubricant for use with a condom, always read the instructions carefully.
No, reuse of any condom is not recommended. To prevent prenency, STDs/STIs a new condom should be used every time you have intercourse
Yes. Condoms are proven to protect against STIs. Condoms offer varying levels of risk reduction for various STIs because infections spread differently. Some are spread through bodily fluid contact, while others are spread through skin-to-skin contact. In general, research shows that condoms are most effective in preventing STIs spread by bodily fluids, such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and HIV. Condoms can also reduce the risk of contracting diseases spread through skin-to-skin contact, such as herpes and human papillomavirus (HPV).
Using two condoms at the same time is not recommended because the friction may cause one or both condoms to tear. If you want to take extra precautions against pregnancy while having intercouse and are concerned about a condom breaking, you should use another form of contraception. Using a contraceptive pill, patch, IUS along with a condom, for example, ensures that you have double protection against pregnancy as well as protection against STIs.