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Directions: adults, elderly and children: tilt the head sideways with the affected ear uppermost. Place 3 to 4 drops into the ear using the dropper provided. Allow a few minutes for the drops to reach the eardrum by keeping the head tilted, then plug the ear loosely with cotton wool. Use the drops twice a day for up to seven days.

Gently softens ear wax prior to syringing by a doctor or nurse.
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Take it from Waxey McGee: This stuff works better than olive oil drops.
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Take it from Waxey McGee: This stuff works better than olive oil drops.
Bought! I've always got problems with wax build up and olive oil works okay. Looking forward to trying this.
Really good product. Works a treat.
I used this prior ro syringing. Funny thing is that the nurse didn't know about these drops until I told her I used it. Works a charm softening up but doesn't clear them on its own though.
3 to 4 drops 4 times a day might not need syringing
Gonna try some
Cheers
Thanks for this. I've a long term problem with earwax build up and I've been using almond oil for a few weeks now. It's a slow process so I'm hoping that changing to this may speed up the process.
Oils are good for softening the wax, but will usually require follow up syringing as it only softens the wax. Something like bicarb can be really effective, but on occasions is a bit harsh on sensitive ear canals. Microsuction is the way to go if you possibly can. Decent price for this though!
Anyone know how long these last unopened.
Thanks
@Shafiq_Amin on Amazon it says
"Discard 28 days after first opening"
Shafiq_Amin14/06/2020 22:09

Anyone know how long these last unopened.


I keep all things like this in the fridge & they usually last much longer
Crossbow15/06/2020 02:22

I keep all things like this in the fridge & they usually last much longer …I keep all things like this in the fridge & they usually last much longer


I mean like unopened. Someone needs one of these at the most annoying times.
Shafiq_Amin15/06/2020 02:35

I mean like unopened. Someone needs one of these at the most annoying …I mean like unopened. Someone needs one of these at the most annoying times.


It'll have an expiry date on the bottle somewhere, & it'll probably still last longer in the fridge unopened (that's what I originally meant as well).
Edited by: "Crossbow" 15th Jun
So can you use this without syringing? Like drops in ear and turn around to let it drip out with the wax?
sandmanNI15/06/2020 09:21

So can you use this without syringing? Like drops in ear and turn around …So can you use this without syringing? Like drops in ear and turn around to let it drip out with the wax?


I used Otex (same Sodium Bicarb) and it cleared wax in 4 days and didn't need syringing. Olive oil did absolutely nothing in my case.
Thanks ordered
I've tried otex before and my ears just seemed worse before eventually going to have them syringed. However I noticed the other day they do a drops and syringe pack which has come today. Has decent reviews so going to give it a try. Was just short of a tenner tho!

This seems like a bargain and it if wasnt for me wanting a syringe I would have gone for this to give it a go.
Henno15/06/2020 13:29

I've tried otex before and my ears just seemed worse before eventually …I've tried otex before and my ears just seemed worse before eventually going to have them syringed. However I noticed the other day they do a drops and syringe pack which has come today. Has decent reviews so going to give it a try. Was just short of a tenner tho! This seems like a bargain and it if wasnt for me wanting a syringe I would have gone for this to give it a go.


Link
rcf198115/06/2020 01:34

@Shafiq_Amin on Amazon it says "Discard 28 days after first opening"


I did that after the first month, now I just fish them out of the bin when I need to use them.
skydmarx14/06/2020 18:37

Take it from Waxey McGee: This stuff works better than olive oil drops.


Olive oil goes off. I'm not surprised. You shouldn't be putting it in your ear.

Try baby oil or almond oil
Sonny_A15/06/2020 20:22

Olive oil goes off. I'm not surprised. You shouldn't be putting it in your …Olive oil goes off. I'm not surprised. You shouldn't be putting it in your ear.Try baby oil or almond oil


Spend money ? What ?? I hear ear cleaning by the NHS is free, unless you are stranded here by COVID that is, & Harley St would be cheaper.
Says £1.99 for us, is there a code to use please
Price changed to £1.99, might still be worth a try though
£1.99 now with free delivery.
Coming up as £1.99
Sonny_A15/06/2020 20:22

Olive oil goes off. I'm not surprised. You shouldn't be putting it in your …Olive oil goes off. I'm not surprised. You shouldn't be putting it in your ear.Try baby oil or almond oil


Funny cos doctors say it’s Olive oil is the best and avoid baby oil
prash_2k15/06/2020 20:38

Funny cos doctors say it’s Olive oil is the best and avoid baby oil


Correct. Baby oil isn’t pure oil it’s manufactured with non natural even market leader Johnson’s, I wouldn’t be putting that in my ears 41104849-FCBw6.jpg
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Edited by: "CockOfTheNorth" 15th Jun
craigl15/06/2020 20:37

£1.99 now with free delivery.


Or 97p with Prime (Student) delivery it was (all-you-can-spend-watch-listen for £3.99 a month )
Edited by: "CockOfTheNorth" 15th Jun
sandmanNI15/06/2020 09:21

So can you use this without syringing? Like drops in ear and turn around …So can you use this without syringing? Like drops in ear and turn around to let it drip out with the wax?


Yep.
You can gently irrigate the ear canal with an ear bulb to help clear out stubborn bits.
I was too late, now £3
Crossbow15/06/2020 02:22

I keep all things like this in the fridge & they usually last much longer …I keep all things like this in the fridge & they usually last much longer


Your fridge has its own bacterial ecosystem. You better seal stuff like that good and proper.
Why would I delete that, HUKD did.
Care+

6%.

On the label:
For use as a mild skin disinfectant, mouthwash or gargle.
For Elderly, Adults and Children.

You can buy from any Chemist.
I did put "for medical use" in the post.
Gort195116/06/2020 12:54

Why would I delete that, HUKD did.Care+6%.On the label:For use as a mild …Why would I delete that, HUKD did.Care+6%.On the label:For use as a mild skin disinfectant, mouthwash or gargle.For Elderly, Adults and Children.You can buy from any Chemist.I did put "for medical use" in the post.


I know, I reported it. It can burn skin even diluted as the label says.

You don’t stick any highly corrosive substance in your ears or orifices, even ‘medical grade’ which when used as such would need to be administered by a “medical professional“

There is a reason a pharmacist will question you when you want to buy it.

I (thankfully) got the jobsworth pharmacist third degree (in work suit & tie) buying it, they even asked can we call your dentist to verify (as prescription mouthwashes weren’t working (turned out to be a food allergy), of course I had to wait ten mins but that’s no problem, the dentist even sent them a prescription so I got it free as I live in a progressive area

Honestly don’t write stuff like that, some dimwit won’t read labels or research and stick any corrosive stuff anywhere cos they read it on the internet! I’m not having a go at you, just saying be careful what you type, not everyone has the same intellect level, nor know basic alarm bells and research needed, they’ll take your font as gospel

Thats why chemists grill you buying it...

Anyway no offence meant reporting it, just a protective’ measure
You got the wrong bottle then, mine does not say anything about burning your skin.
On the label it tells you how to soak it in a bandage for cuts and burns.

The green grass.
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