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Ear Wax

Earwax is a substance produced in the ear canal with its main function to clean and lubricate the ear canal. It also helps to protect the skin against bacteria, fungi and other foreign objects such as water and tiny insects. However, there are people who are more prone to excessive earwax and when this happens it can lead to ear problems such as infections and hearing loss.

What is a way to clean excessive earwax? | What ingredients help to remove excessive earwax?

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Page updated 06/04/18 12:47:36 p.m.

What is a way to clean excessive earwax?

Pour a few ear drops into each of your ears. The drops can be solutions made at home or products specially formulated to irrigate the ears. Let the drops sit in your ears. This will help to loosen the earwax for easier cleaning.

What ingredients help to remove excessive earwax?

  • Salt water - the perfect home remedy
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Baby Oil
  • Vinegar and Rubbing Alcohol
  • Warm Water
  • Olive Oil

Page updated 06/04/18 12:47:36 p.m.
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