Trojan condoms will be made with a material called “micro-spheres” that are more environmentally friendly and are less likely to spread HIV.
The condoms, which will be sold by US retailer Denim condoms, have already been sold through the website.
“Micro spheres” are the new word for the tiny tiny spheres that are embedded into the surface of a condom.
The spheres are designed to stick to the skin of the penis, and they are designed with special structures to help keep them safe and hygienic.
“They are extremely stable, and the micro spheres are more resistant to being damaged by the elements, which makes them a great choice for condom manufacturing,” John Cairns, founder of the condom industry body condom industry association told Business Insider.
Cairns said that micro spheres were already used in other areas such as baby wipes and condoms.
He added that the condom market was “still a bit nascent” and that the micro sphere market could grow in the next few years.
“We are very excited about the growth of this new condom market,” Cairn said.
Denim condoms are made from 100% recycled polyester, which washes off quickly.
Micro spheres are made with special mechanisms to help prevent HIV transmission, according to the condom company.
The company said micro spheres would be available in 10,000 to 30,000 pairs of condoms for sale by the end of 2019.
(Source: Denim)Micro spheres, made from recycled polyesters, are made of 100% recyclable plastic.(Source : Denim/Flickr)”Micro sphere technology will allow us to create safer and more environmentally-friendly condoms,” the company said in a statement.
The micro spheres will be “made from 100 per cent recycled polystyrene, which is 100 per percent recyclably recycled and 100 per year composted.
These materials are produced on an assembly line with the same strict quality control and environmental standards as other traditional materials,” the statement continued.”
In a perfect world, micro spheres could be produced from 100,000 tons of polystyrose annually and distributed to every home in the world.””
Micro Sphere condoms will offer the best of both worlds: high performance, high durability and low cost,” the condom manufacturer said.(Image: Denima)Denim condom sales are expected to hit $20 billion by 2020.
The condom manufacturer also said that the condoms could be made using more than 50 per cent renewable energy.
“For example, micro sphere condoms are possible in a factory using 50 per [percent renewable energy],” the company told Business Intelligence.
“Additionally, micro spherical condoms can be made without using fossil fuels and with 100 per [per cent] renewable energy.”
“The most important thing about micro spheres is that they are environmentally friendly,” the condoms manufacturer added.
“The materials they use are non-toxic and do not cause health risks for users.”
The condom company added that micro sphere condom could also be made “from the smallest possible part, with no added weight”.
“This is why we have made the decision to create these condoms with a micro sphere as their primary material,” Cairs said.
“Our mission is to make condoms that can be used on the go and have the best performance and durability.”
The condoms are expected in the market in the second half of 2019, according the condom maker.(Via Business Insider)The condom makers also noted that the market for micro spheres in the US was growing.
“Demand for micro sphere is already at levels never seen before in the United States.
According to a recent survey, more than half of all Americans now use a condom made from micro spheres.”
While the market is still nascent, we are confident that we can continue to expand the market with micro spheres by 2020,” the manufacturer said in its statement.