Using baby oil with a condom will damage the latex of the condom, causing it to break. It’s important to use only water-based lubricants, such as K-Y jelly or Astroglide, with latex condoms. Oil-based lubricants like petroleum jelly, cold cream, butter, or mineral and vegetable oils damage latex. Here is a list of lubricants that are safe to use with all condoms: Aqua Lube; Astroglide; Corn Huskers Lotion; deLUBE; ForPlay; Glycerin; Gynol II
Definitely: Pretty much any oil based lubricant can lead to problems with condom. So use water based lubricants such as k-y or liquid silk.
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Even the CDC has assessed the risks of baby oil. When mineral oil is taken, it is broken down by the liver and passes through the digestive tract. Like any oil-based product or lubricant, it breaks down latex, damaging latex condoms, exposing you to sexually transmitted diseases, and increasing the risk of pregnancy.
The $15 is money well spent for such medical advice from such an expert. Not to sound rude, but support the cause! Comment. sparkeler Oct 24, 2006. Just for future reference, baby oil isn't a good lubricant for condom use. The condom becomes more prone to breaking. Otherwise, you had safe sex.
Yes, baby oil and other oils can weaken latex condoms and increase the risk of tearing, so water-based lubricants like KY are better. BUT, if your condom didn't tear and still holds liquid successfully, then you should be safe.
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A broken condom is as good as not using any protection while having sex. It puts you at risk of getting pregnant and also contracting STI or sexually transmitted infection. Cause Stains: Whether you use baby oil or any other oil-based lube during sex, it will invariably cause stains on sheets and clothing. It will either be tough or impossible to get rid of such stains.
Glycerol and Vaseline-treated condoms showed a very, very minor decrease in strength, while mineral oil/baby oil-treated ones burst at less than 10% of the volume of an untreated condom. They also found that 10 month-old condoms have half the burst volume of 1-month old ones, so you could argue that using 1-month-old condoms that have been slathered in Vaseline is still much safer than using older ones.
Too much lubricant inside, however, can make the condom slip off. Do not use products made with oil as lubricants for latex condoms. They can damage latex. Materials that should not be used include: any oils (cooking, baby, coconut, mineral) or products made with oil; petroleum jelly; lotions; cold creams; butter; cocoa butter; margarine