Sexual Health - UK - July 2011
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“Many years ago Katherine Hamnett’s T-shirt designs incorporated a small condom pocket – could this return as a design feature, either by way of a condom brand extending into the underwear market or as a special line designed by an underwear company such as Calvin Klein?”
– Michelle Strutton, Senior Consumer Analyst
In this report we answer the key questions:
What are the trends in condom usage?
Where do people buy condoms, and where else would they buy from?
How much of a role does embarrassment play?
How important are older age groups to the market?
Mintel defines contraceptives as including products used for birth control or as prophylactics to prevent sexually transmitted infections in sexual relationships.
Market size data used throughout the report only include sales of condoms through retail outlets bought without the need for a prescription.
All forms of contraception (including condoms and the morning-after pill) are available free on the NHS. No prescription charges are payable for any type of contraception. All forms are available free from family planning clinics and from some GPs.
Value figures throughout the report are estimates at retail selling prices (rsp) unless otherwise stated. Market values at 2011 prices have been calculated using Mintel’s chemists goods deflator.
Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland.
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