Made of natural rubber latex
Silky to the touch
Matte outside, shiny inside (reversible)
Ultra-thin & stretchy
Vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free, chlorine-free
Do not use if you are allergic to latex
Lorals for Protection are an FDA-cleared medical device for STI protection
Safer Oral Sex
Lorals are an FDA-cleared medical device for STI protection.
No need to hold in place! Use your hands for other enticing parts of the body.
Hit the Rim
Our full-coverage design means you can enjoy every bit of the booty.
Slip individually wrapped Lorals into a bag or pocket for pleasure anytime, anywhere.
Keep Your Mind on Pleasure
Stay present in the moment and let go of your worries.
Enjoy every lick and suck without sacrificing pleasure.
As an OB/GYN for the past 25+ years, I have engaged in thousands and thousands of conversations about sexually transmitted infections with my patients. FDA clearance of Lorals for STI protection and prevention during intimacy is an absolute game changer both for safe sexual play and pleasure.
Lorals are 10 times better than a dental dam because they don't have to be held in place. Bedside table staple! Knowing that they are FDA-cleared is the cherry on top. I feel safe and secure knowing that Lorals prevent STI transmission. In these times you must take control of your own sexual health, and Lorals are the perfect way to do that.
I can't believe it's taken this long to have something for oral sex that isn't a dental dam or plastic wrap. And not just 'something'—Lorals combine sleek design with real functionality plus they are super sexy. I think this is a truly revolutionary product for so many different reasons.
Oral Without a Lick of Concern
Lorals for Protection can be used as a barrier when engaging in oral-vaginal and oral-anal sex to help reduce the transmission of bodily fluids, harmful pathogens, and sexually transmitted infections.
Lorals are silky on the outside and have a slipfree texture on the inside that clings to the skin so you don’t need to hold them in place. Extra coverage in the gusset ensures they stay put during vigorous activity.
For full sensation and maximum access we recommend doing the Lorals "tuck." Nestle Lorals between your labia and between your butt cheeks. (Trust us, this is one wedgie you'll love.)
Our Protection line of products is FDA-cleared for STI protection, and all Protection batches are tested to ensure they meet the FDA’s standards for STI protection during oral-vaginal and oral-anal sex. Our Pleasure product line still undergoes extremely diligent testing, but not to the same standard required by the FDA for our Protection product line. Our Pleasure product line should therefore not be used for STI protection.
Yes! Lorals for Protection are used as a barrier when engaging in oral/vaginal sex and oral/anal sex to help reduce the transmission of bodily fluids, harmful pathogens, and sexually transmitted infections.
Lorals for Protection are made of natural rubber latex and are used as a barrier when engaging in oral/vaginal sex and oral/anal sex to help reduce the transmission of bodily fluids, harmful pathogens, and sexually transmitted infections. Lorals for Protection create a layer between your partner’s mouth and nose and your vulva and anus during cunnilingus and rimming, and the opaque latex material provides additional stimulation to the clitoris and labia without skin-to-skin contact. They were designed with fashion and medical device experts to ensure that they fit like your favorite undies while offering the STI protection of a dental dam. The super stretchy, silky panties sculpt to your body’s curves, allowing your partner’s mouth and tongue to move fully. Lorals for protection stay in place during oral sex and are designed to cover your vulva and anus the entire time.
Like vanilla! The scent comes from food-grade, water-based vanilla flavor that's also used in baking. And thanks to our patented manufacturing process, Lorals don't have a rubber smell or taste like some other latex products.
Lorals for Protection are single-use and should not be reused. Just like a condom, they should only be used once and then disposed.
Yes! Lorals for Protection were created to replace dental dams with sexy, wearable protection that make safe sex easy, sensual, and pleasurable.
No, Lorals are not intended to be used as a contraceptive and should not be used to prevent pregnancy.
Since Lorals are made of latex instead of fabric, they might fit differently than your normal undies. On people in larger bodies, both styles may show a bit more cheek, and the waistbands may stretch to be more like a string bikini or tanga style panty. Check out our FAQ page (How to Put On Your Lorals) for all our top tips on getting the right fit.