Monday, 21 December 2015

Super Condom That Could Fight HIV On Sale From Next Year

A ‘super condom’ containing anti-HIV properties and can increase sexual pleasure will soon be on sale to the public, according to scientists.
The new contraceptive contains an embedded antioxidant which could fight HIV and unlike most condoms, which are made from latex.

Scientist claim the 'super condom' which can fight HIV and is designed to make sex more pleasurable than regular condoms
The condom's plant-based antioxidant has been shown to have anti-HIV properties, which would be vital if the condom were to break, acting as a barrier to the virus.


According to Dr. Choudhury: “If the HIV virus gets into the product, the condom will block it, prevent it replicating, and prevent entry (from the body).”

The condom is expected to go on sale next year at around $1 each.