Are you feeling lucky?

Are you feeling lucky?

With Valentine’s Day just one sleep away, now’s the time to make sure you’re properly prepared for whatever your night may bring.

This means doing your utmost to avoid all possible date disasters, being ready with the right romance essentials and making sure you’ve got your date night must-haves tucked safely in your handbag.  

It also means thinking ahead to how the night might progress. And if sex is on the cards (which it most likely is on this amourous night!), it pays to plan a head and have your protection sorted. After all, there’s nothing more mood-killing than realising you don’t have a condom just as things start to get heated (and you know as well as I do that you can’t always rely on guys for this sort of thing!).

Durex Fetherlite Intense condoms are 20 per cent thinner than Durex Regular condoms and have a specially designed ‘sensi fit’ shape to offer greater feeling where it matters the most. So not only will you be able to feel even closer to your man, but you can also rest assured that you’ll be receiving the same level of protection as regular condoms.

We gave some Durex Fetherlite Intense condoms to our secret road-tester and she had the following to say about her experience:

“My boyfriend always complains about having to wear condoms and says that sex doesn’t feel as good when you have to wear one. We’ve tried a few other condom brands that claim to be thin, but they generally feel like every other condom, so we didn’t have high expectations for these ones.

When we opened the Durex Fetherlite Intense I thought it looked like a regular condom, but when I felt it I was really surprised at just how thin it was. My boyfriend was also pretty happy and said that although he could still feel that he was wearing something, the sensations were a lot better. Overall, we both had a positive experience with Durex Fetherlite Intense and will definitely be using them in the future!”


Durex Fetherlite Intense condoms, RRP $6.69 for a 12 pack, available from Woolworths, Coles, Priceline and most pharmacies.

*Always read the label. Use only as directed

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