They’re also committed to creating a top quality condom, and a lot of care went into the design to avoid any harmful materials. Sir Richard's condoms are made from 100% natural latex, a renewable resource that comes from the rubber tree. They’re vegan-certified, and the silicone-based lubricant doesn’t contain any spermicide, parabens, or glycerin.
In the U.S., the Sir Richard's team travels around in a van named Lucy, spreading the word about how their condoms can provide birth control, reduce the risk of disease, and expand the company’s social mission. Globally, Sir Richard’s tailors its distribution approach to each new community it serves. It works with local artists and healthcare providers, who help make sure a campaign is culturally relevant to increase the odds of acceptance. In Haiti, for instance, Sir Richard’s enlisted creative director Marc Baptiste, a Port-au-Prince native and acclaimed artist who helped create the KORE brand of condoms, which is distributed through local Partners in Health clinics. The KORE packaging incorporates Haitian Kréyòl messaging and visual instructions designed specifically for the Haitian people.
If you buy Sir Richard's condoms, you’re not just protecting yourself. You’re part of an ambitious humanitarian mission to distribute condoms worldwide, to keep more people safe and healthy, and to help eradicate preventable diseases worldwide. No other condom company can claim such impressive coverage.