Condoms are available in varying thicknesses, although despite how thin some brands are, there are still some who complain that the sensation isn’t quite the same. However since Condoms are used to help prevent pregnancies and from passing/contracting STDs, it would be irresponsible not to wear one.
That being said, scientists at the University of Queensland in Australia might have come up with a condom that is not only Thinner, but also stronger than regular condoms in today’s market, and this is thanks to the use of Grass. No, we’re not talking about condoms made from blades of grass woven together, but rather it is the use of a native grass as an ingredient.
The condoms are made from latex but the scientists have added nanocellulose obtained from a native grass. The end result is that they’re stronger than regular latex condoms, and are also very thin, about the same diameter as a human hair. Not only will this condom be more secure also potentially more pleasurable, the reduction in materials could also mean that it will be more affordable.