It may feel like the world has been turned upside down and that we’re living in an episode of Black Mirror, but at least people are still smart enough not to want to procreate in these weird times. While many businesses have been badly affected during the pandemic, one company who can rub their hands together in glee is Reckitt Benckiser, the bigwigs who own Durex.

Durex Sales Surge

Global sales of Durex condoms jumped up by more than 10% over the summer months when the nationwide lockdown ended. However, since all the regional lockdowns have started popping up again the company are starting to see a flop in sales. Flop? Get it? I’ll see myself out.

Laxman Narasimhan, the chief executive of Reckitt Benckiser, said that after a “more challenging first half of the year, relaxations of social distancing regulations resulted in improved demand for our sexual well-being products, including Durex, which saw double-digit growth in revenue”.


Pretty hefty. The company also noticed bumper sales in it’s disinfectant brands such as Dettol, as well as it’s vitamin supplements and Air Wick air fresheners. I guess all this tells us is people just want to have sex, tidy up then pop a supplement to boost their energy levels for enabling more shagging.

Not everybody is lucky enough to be sitting at home, working their way through the Durex product range. Don’t fret, Babestation has a ton of online girls to interact with to help you along with a bit of solo practice of your own.


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