Do condoms offer protection against HPV infections?
ATTENTION: Only 50% of condoms protect against HPV infections!
But there is a lubricant that can withstand the viruses - BIOglide safe
The widespread opinion is that sexual intercourse with condoms protects against sexually transmitted diseases! Unfortunately, this is not the case with HPV infections that cause cancer! The treacherous HPV viruses can also be transmitted to the genitals via the uncovered areas and slowly spread from there. These common viruses migrate to the cervix and in the worst case can cause cervical cancer or genital warts.
The natural BIOglide safe lubricant contains carrageenan extracted from red algae - this can protect against infections with human papilloma viruses (HPV). Laboratory tests have shown that carrageenan can prevent the HPV virus from docking with human cells. This sensational discovery has shown that carrageenan is indeed a natural barrier against the pathogen.
This was the conclusion reached by researchers led by Dr. John Schiller from the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland (USA). In laboratory tests, carrageenan proved to be a hundred times more effective than the best inhibitor to date. Carrageenan acts on the vaginal mucosa as a so-called microbicide and can thus prevent infections with sexually transmitted HPV.
The lubricant BIOglide together with condoms offers a simple application with high effect!