Active ingredient: Nonoxynol-9 (7%).
Important information: Latex condoms reduce the risk of transmitting STIs by providing a barrier against the source of the infection. However, they do not completely eliminate the risks of pregnancy and STIs. To get the most protection from a latex condom, use one correctly every time you have sex. Please see directions for use on inner side of carton. There are many STIs. A latex condom can reduce the risk of STI transmission (such as HIV infection (AIDS) and gonorrhea) to or from the penis. However, some STIs (such as human papillomavirus (HPV) and herpes) can also be spread by other sexual contact. For additional information on condoms, STIs and pregnancy protection, or if you believe you have an STI, contact a health care provider or public health agency. Condoms are highly effective against pregnancy, less than 2 women in 100 get pregnant during one year of typical correct and consistent use. Other contraceptive methods are more or less effective than condoms. If you have any questions about birth control options, particularly because of health reasons for avoiding pregnancy, discuss with a health care provider or public health agency which would be your best choice.
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
Caution: this product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. This product combines a latex condom and a spermicidal lubricant. The spermicide, Nonoxynol-9, reduces the number of active sperm, thereby decreasing the risk of pregnancy if erection is lost before withdrawal and some semen spills outside the condom. However, the extent of decreased risk has not been established. This condom should not be used as a substitute for the combined use of a vaginal spermicide and a condom. Caution: spermicidal lubricants are not for rectal use or more-than-once-a-day vaginal use. See warnings and carefully follow instructions for use printed on inner side of carton. Some people are sensitive to nonoxynol-9. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight or storage for prolonged periods at temperatures above 100 degrees F.