LifeStyles condoms, Signs of Sexy

Signs of Sexy

seductive = Sexy

  • Girl

Signs of Sexy

cool = Sexy

  • Signs of Sexy

Signs of Sexy

Confident = Sexy

  • Signs of Sexy



Natural Feeling

Lifestyles Ultra Thin Condoms

Ultra Thin

Lifestyles Original Condoms


Safety & Comfort
Lifestyles Supersafe condoms


Maximum protection
Lifestyles Super Condoms


Lifestyles Play Condoms


Let's get it on

Intense Sensations

Lifestyles Orgazmax Condoms


Increased Sensation for Both Partners
Lifestyles Ribbed Condoms


Stimulation for her
Lifestyles Max Love Condoms

Max Love

Long lasting pleasure
Lifestyles Variety Condoms




Lifestyle Vibrating Ring

Pleasure Vibes

3 Speed Vibrating Ring


Lifestyles SKYN Original Condoms

Skyn Original

Lifestyles SKYN Extra Lubricated Condoms

Skyn Extra Lubricated

Maximum Comfort
Lifestyles Skyn Large Condoms

Skyn Large

Lifestyles Skyn Intense Feel Condoms

Skyn Intense Feel

Feel Everything
Lifestyles Skyn Elite Condoms

Skyn Elite

About LifeStyles

About LifeStyles

About LifeStyles

About LifeStyles

Lifestyles condoms logo

LifeStyles has a history dating back to 1905 when Eric Ansell first started making condoms in Richmond Australia. Today LifeStyles is a Global leader in the sexual wellness sector, comprising a broad range of condom, personal lubricant and other related products. LifeStyles is the world’s #2 condom company with leading latex brands such as LifeStyles®, Jissbon®, Manix®, Unimil®, Blowtex® and others, as well as the fast-growing, highly-innovative non-latex condom brand SKYN®.


LifeStyles Quality Charter

Lifestyles condoms logo

LifeStyles reputation for fault-free products is not the result of mere chance but of rigorous manufacturing processes and a strict programme of tests and quality checks. Such perfectionism has not gone unnoticed, and the company is proud of its CE and BSI Kitemark credentials together with its ISO certifications.

International Standard ISO 4074 : 2002 for male condoms manufactured in latex.

The ISO 4074 : 2002 standard involves strict conformity to rigorous procedures demanded by manufacturers.

Every product marketed in Europe has to satisfy the rigorous demands of ISO standards and to have been awarded the CE stamp of approval.

The tests demanded by ISO 4074 : 2002 are as follows :

Specifications relating to the size of the condoms

Volume and bursting pressure

Strength and durability

Correct labelling and packaging.

This standard is a major indicator of quality, and all of our products at Mates meet its demands without difficulty.

BSI Kitemark for male latex condoms.

The BSI Kitemark mark of quality is the most rigorous in the field, as it imposes checks on every batch of condoms produced. Thanks to such standards and checks, you can be confident of using a condom that is of excellent quality and is as safe as it can be made to be.

Sex guide

Sex guide


Why use a condom?

Lifestyles condoms, why a condom?

Condoms are one of the most used forms of contraception today.
Even if you are using another form of birth control, condoms are the only form of protection that can help stop the transmission of STI's and at the same time prevent unplanned pregnancy.


How to use a condom?

Lifestyles condoms, how to use a condom?

LifeStyles believes that safe sex is great sex.
Using a condom provides protection against STI's and unintendedpregnancy. By taking the time to familiarize yourself with how to use a condom you can then relax and enjoy the experience.

  • Step 1: Tear along one side of the foil, removing the condom carefully.Condoms are strong but can be torn by sharp fingernails or jewellery.
  • Step 2: Only put the condom on when the penis is erect and before contact with your partner's body, this helps prevent STIs and pregnancy. Place the condom over the end of the penis with the roll on the outside. With one hand pinch the teat of the condom to expel any trapped air, this will make space for the sperm.
  • Step 3: Using the other hand, roll the condom down the length of the penis to its base. Withdraw the penis soon after ejaculation whilst still erect, holding the condom firmly in place at the base of the penis.
  • Step 4: Wait until the penis is completely withdrawn before removing the condom. Keep the penis and condom away from the vagina to avoid any contact with sperm.
How to use?