So, not all condoms are vegan. Most condoms are made from latex, and in the latex smoothing process, many companies use casein. Casein, a protein found in mammalian milk, is a profitable byproduct of the dairy industry. Thankfully, there are several condom companies that are transparent about their manufacturing process and who do not use casein and are explicitly vegan. See below for a list of vegan condoms.

List of Vegan Condoms

Sustain Natural Company Info

  • Certified Vegan by Vegan.org
  • PETA cruelty-free and vegan certified
  • Non-GMO project verified
  • Fair Rubber certified by Fair Rubber Association
  • FSC Certified
  • Made Safe certified (made with safe ingredients)
  • Paraben Free
  • Nitrosomine free
  • FDA approved
  • Low odor
  • 10% of profits go to women’s health organizations.
  • Certified B Corporation
  • USDA Organic

Sustain Natural Products

Glyde Company Info

  • Certified B Corporation
  • Vegan certified by the Vegan Society
  • Peta certified cruelty free and vegan
  • sustainable natural rubber
  • Green Business Network
  • Ethiquette
  • Packaging is made with recycled materials, soy and vegetable inks
  • According to the Glyde website “Our ingredients are sourced from worker owned and operated producers with fair trade and labor practices, including providing fair and equal pay for men and women. Our natural rubber is grown sustainably, indigenous to the region, and within close proximity to our manufacturing facility – which minimizes our carbon footprint.”
  • “The rubber we use is sustainably harvested by one of the oldest owner-operated farms in the region, where the workers are stakeholders and paid a living wage.”
  • Glycerin free
  • Paraben free
  • Low odor
  • FDA approved
  • CE approved
  • no GMO’s and they think it’s silly to get the badge because all condoms are free of GMO’s
  • founded in Australia over 20 years ago
  • made in Malaysia

Glyde Products

Sir Richard’s Company Info

  • Paraben free
  • Glycerin free
  • Spermicide free
  • Vegan certified by the American Vegetarian Association
  • Low odor
  • Made in Malaysia
  • FDA approved
  • Founded in 2009, launched in 2011
  • For every condom purchased, one is donated to a community in need

Sir Richard’s Products

RFSU Company Info

  • Vegan certified by Vegan Action
  • This “company” is actually the National Association for Sexuality and Education in Sweden
  • Profits fund educational outreach efforts of the association mentioned above.