After extensive research, the scientist at Eosera formulated Earwax MD with a dual-action technology to help quickly dissolve excess earwax, leaving the ear canal clan and clear. In a study 86% of ears were completely clear after 1 to 2 doses (15 to 30 minutes). Patent Pending. Box contents: Earwax MD earwax dissolving drops. 2 Oz Rinsing Bulb. *In a study, product was prove to dissolve excess earwax. This product helps avoid discomfort such as itching and a feeling of fullness in the ear. Use to effectively dissolve earwax. Kit includes drops and a soft bulb to rinse ear with maximum comfort. Recyclable packaging. Cleans in as quick as 15 minutes* Doctor recommended to dissolve earwax. Larger 2oz bulb.
Water; glycerin; Sodium Bicarbonate; Glycolic Acid; Potassium Bicarbonate;
Benzyl Alcohol; Benzalkonium Chloride.
Suggested use: Remove hearing devices before using this product. Lie on side or tilt head to side fill the ear canal with drops. Do not let the tip of the applicator touch the ear canal. Remain lying on side for 10 to 15 minutes to allow to work. Tilt head to put out liquid into sink. Fill the bulb with warm water to rinse ear canal several times over sink (see package insert for more details). If earwax dos not dissolve after 15-20 minutes, repeat treatment. Special Note
For external use only. Discontinue use if you experience discomfort using the product. Only use warm water to rinse. Using cold water or hot water can cause dizziness, vertigo or nausea. Do not use if you have an injury or perforation (hole) of the eardrum. California Proposition 65 WARNING
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