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Similasan Ear Wax Relief™ -- 0.33 fl oz


Similasan Ear Wax Relief™
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Similasan Ear Wax Relief™ -- 0.33 fl oz

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Similasan Ear Wax Relief™ Description

  • Ear Drops
  • 100% Natural Active Ingredients
  • Multi-Symptom Relief
    • Removes Wax
    • Cleans Ears
    • Non-Drying
  • Homeopathic
  • Original Swiss Formula

Your body should maintain a balanced level of ear wax production, but when that balance is disturbed, discomfort can result.

 

Similasan's Ear Wax Relief can help relieve your discomfort by removing excessive ear wax while cleaning the ear. Ear Wax Relief ear drops stimulate the body's natural ability to reduce chronic ear wax congestion, quickly relieving the clogged sensation, ringing and itching of the ear canal; all without drying your ear.

 

For over 30 years our Original Swiss Formulas - made with 100% Natural Active Ingredients - have been providing families with remedies they can trust.

 

Uses:

For occasional use as an aid to soften, loosen, and remove excesssive ear wax. According to homeopathic principles, the ingredients in this medication also provide temporary relief from symptoms such as:

  • clogged sensation when caused by ear wax
  • ringing in the ear when caused by ear wax
  • dry skin and itching of the ear canal


Directions

For use in the ear only.

For adults and children over 12 years of age:

• remove tamper evident seal from neck of bottle

• twist cap off bottle

• tilt head sideways, squeeze plastic applicator to release 2-3 drops into ear. (Tip of applicator should not enter ear canal.)

• keep drops in ear for several minutes by keeping head tilted or placing cotton in ear

• use twice daily for up to 3 days if needed, or as directed by a doctor

• any wax remaining after treatment may be removed by gently flushing the ear with warm water, using a soft, rubber bulb ear syringe

• children under 12 years of age:

consult a doctor

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients: Causticum 12X, Graphites 15X, Lachesis 12X, Lycodium 12X
Inactive Ingredient: Vegetable Glycerine.
Warnings

  • Initial exacerbation of symptoms may occur.
  • Avoid contact with eyes.

Do Not Use:

  • if you have ear drainage, discharge, ear pain, irritation, a rash in the ear, or are dizzy; consult a doctor.
  • if you have an injury or perforation (hole) of the ear drum or after ear surgery unless directed by a doctor
  • for more than 3 days; if excessive ear wax remains after use of this product, consult a doctor
  • with ear tubes

If pregnant or breast feeding, ask a health professional before use.

If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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Wax Off: How to Safely Clean Your Ears

We all have ear wax, produced by small glands in the external ear canal. Ear wax helps protect your ear’s delicate lining from dirt, dust, and anything else that makes its way inside. Typically, ear wax simply dries up and falls out of the ear, along with whatever it may have trapped.

How to Safely Clean Your Ears

There’s some disagreement as to whether people should fuss with trying to extract ear wax. A doctor once told me, “Don’t put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear!” But some people produce more ear wax than others, and some have very narrow external ear canals, making it difficult for wax to be removed. In some cases, wax buildup can compromise hearing – or increase risk of ear infections if water gets trapped behind the wax and is allowed to fester.

Ironically, trying to remove ear wax with cotton-tip swabs, or other devices like the edge of a rolled up napkin, can be a common cause of ear wax impaction. And items often used in the ear, such as ear buds and hearing aids, can also cause ear wax to be moved deeper into the canal, which in turn can result in impacted ear wax. Symptoms of ear wax impaction include dizziness, ear pain, ringing in the ear, decreased hearing, itching or drainage from the ear canal, and a plugged or “full” sensation in the ear. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, see your doctor for a thorough evaluation.

What should you do to keep your ear canals clear of wax? In most cases, nothing. However, if you suffer from chronic ear wax buildup or impaction, the following suggestions may be helpful. (Refrain from using these products if you have an active ear infection.)

1. Similasan Ear Wax Relief
This is a homeopathic solution to help soften, loosen and remove ear wax.To use it, tilt your head to the side, place two to three drops in the affected ear, and let the drops stay in the ear for several minutes before righting your head. Repeat this twice daily for up to three days. According to homeopathic principles, the ingredients in this product can help with symptoms of a clogged sensation in ear, ringing in the ear and itching and dry skin of the ear canal.

2. Debrox
A mixture of glycerine and carbomide peroxide 6.5 percent, this product may helps to soften ear wax and allow your body to expel it naturally.To use Debrox, tilt your head sideways, place five to ten drops into your ear canal and let the drops stay in the ear for a few minutes, Us this product for up to four days at a time.

3. Kyrosol Ear Wax Removal Kit
After using the ear wax softeners described above, you can use this ear irrigation kit to help remove excess wax buildup. It contains ten pipettes filled with glycerine, sodium carbonate and water. Before using this product, be sure to have a thorough assessment from your doctor. You should refrain from using it if you have an active infection, a perforated ear drum, symptoms of dizziness, or ear tubes in your ears. This product should not be used on infants or children. You can use it for up to three days, and once the problem is resolved it can be repeated twice a month for prevention.

If you have an ear wax problem and these solutions don’t resolve it, be sure to see your doctor. Note that the popular fad of ear candling is not a solution for treating chronic ear wax buildup. According to the American Academy of Audiology, “Ear candling is ineffective and potentially dangerous and we do not recommend it at any time for any reason.” Their website provides many questions and answers on the topic of ear candling.

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