Cerumol is a traditional remedy that is effective in loosening and removing ear wax. Cerumol Original Ear Drops is a tried and trusted ear wax treatment which has successfully treated millions of ears over the years - and continues to do so today with its gentle but effective formulation. Cerumol is widely used to treat problem earwax, or to prepare ears before syringing.
Cerumol Ear Wax Drops is a traditional remedy that has been providing relief for over fifty years. Cerumol is effective because it penetrates deeper to ease out the ear wax. Its unique oil based formula penetrates in between the wax and ear canal, gently softening and loosening the wax. Unlike many remedies, it is especially effective for removing hard wax and can often make syringing unnecessary. All healthy ears produce ear wax, which forms a protective coating around the skin lining the ear canal. The amount of ear wax produced varies from person to person and doesnt need to be removed unless it is obstructing the ear canal, has caused dulled hearing or caused itchiness or discomfort. In the UK over 2 million people have problems with ear wax which needs some sort of management. Problem Ear Wax? You're not alone. Over 2 million people in the UK suffer from some kind of ear wax problem. This short animation shows how Cerumol works to loosen and remove ear wax. Cotton buds are suitable for the outer ear only and should not be inserted into in the ear canal as they can actually push the wax further into the ear. To aid the extraction of ear wax, use Cerumol Ear Drops. How will I know if the drops have worked? By the fourth day the loosened wax should have come out on its own. If not, and a plug of wax is still in the ear then see your doctor or practice nurse, if syringing is necessary, the drops will make the procedure easier.
How to use Cerumol Ear Wax Drops: Wash your hands. Prepare a small pad of cotton wool, the size of your thumb nail. Lie or sit down, then tilt the head to bring the ear uppermost. Use the dropper to put five drops into the ear canal. Do not push the dropper into the ear. Moisten the small pad of cotton wool with Cerumol or smear with petroleum jelly. Place the cotton wool pad over the hole in the ear (this helps to keep the liquid in the ear canal). Do not push the cotton wool too far into the ear canal. Remove the pad after one hour or the next morning. Do this all again twice a day for three days. Do not use for more than three days without consulting your doctor.
Cautions whilst using Cerumol Ear Wax Drops: Do not use the drops if the ear drum is perforated or if the ear canal is sore or inflamed. You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Cerumol Ear Wax Drops contains per 100ml: Chlorobutanol BP 5g, arachis oil BP (Peanut Oil) 57g. Other ingredients are: Oil of turpentine, 3-methoxybutyl acetate (butoxyl), paradichlorobenzene, and orthodichlorobenzene.
Cerumol Ear Wax Drops
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