While wax is a completely natural substance that’s needed to protect your ears from germs, it’s possible for it to build up and begin to affect your hearing over time. Getting rid of excessive wax in a natural and pain-free way couldn’t be easier, though, with Otosan Natural Ear Drops.
Formulated using gentle ingredients like essentials oils and calming chamomile, these natural ear drops are designed to soften wax and prevent build ups which could lead to hearing impairments, ear infections or earache.
Otosan Natural Ear Drops also contain propolis, a compound produced by bees that’s long been thought to have natural healing powers and infection-fighting properties. Using these ear drops for clogged ears will therefore not only help remove unwanted wax, but also keep your ear canals healthy and free from inflammation.
Ear drops are typically made of an oil-based liquid and they’re designed to be applied directly into the ear to help remove wax. They work by softening the wax and allowing it to work its way more easily out of the ear canal.
Applying anything into your ears should always be done with caution. Read the instructions on the back of your Otosan Natural Ear Drops carefully and never insert the dropper fully into your ear. For the best results, lie down or tilt your head to one side and then drip the ear oil drops into the ear that’s facing upwards. The oil should flow easily down your ear canal.
Discover other ways to take care of your ears, including our vast range of ear candles such as the Otosan Cone that’s made from a blend of beeswax and propolis.
Keep the bottle away from heat sources or direct sunlight. Do not use in case of lesions of the tympanum or ear canals,otitis or ear inflammations.
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