A condom without prescription is a bad idea, according to the makers of the popular product, Taboo.
Taboo products are a range of products made with latex condoms, and the company has been pushing the condom without the prescription as a way to save on production costs.
But they’re also trying to make condoms that are 100 percent recyclable and environmentally friendly.
“It is really challenging to produce the latex condoms without the need for a prescription,” Taboo founder and CEO Tomi Ahonen told The Verge.
“We’ve got to do it in a way that is sustainable and eco-friendly.”
Ahonen’s products are made using the same processes that produce latex condoms: the injection molding process, the heating process and the chemical manufacturing process.
The result is a product that is 100 percent reusable and compostable.
But it’s not just Taboo’s products that can be made without a license.
Other companies are looking to make their condoms without a government-mandated prescription, too.
In a report for Bloomberg, Consumer Reports and other consumer-safety groups argued that “uncontrolled manufacturing and use of these chemicals can pose risks to human health.”
Some of the most recent condom innovations are also a result of condom-less condom-making.
The world is slowly waking up to the fact that condoms are not as sexy as they once were, and that they’re not just a safe alternative to the birth control pill, but a real option for those who have had enough of condoms.
According to a study from the U.K. National Centre for Health Research, one in five women will have a negative health impact from the use of condoms, as will one in 10 men.
But condom makers are not afraid to try new things.
The Taboo condom is just one example of a company that is taking risks and trying new things in order to try to make a safer product.