Woolly hearing? There is a safer and more effective way to improve and maintain healthy ears and hearing than reaching for the cotton buds. Whilst the seemingly gentle bud, swab or Q-Tip may appear ideal to clean narrow ears canals, it can dangerously impact an ear and potentially puncture an ear drum.
So if you are turning up the volume because the sound isn’t crystal clear, or experiencing one of many ear ailments, simply and safely removing a wax build-up could be the answer.
“Cerumen (ear wax) is the body’s defence mechanism for preventing an ear infection. A build-up of ear wax can give the sensation of blocked ears and reduced hearing, and result in a range of symptoms from itching and pain to tinnitus, vertigo, inflammation and a chronic cough,” says Gerald Quigley, a pharmacist and medical herbalist.
And whilst past treatment options have often necessitated a visit to the doctor to flush out the ear canal, or investing in complicated, expensive and often ineffective treatments at home, a much simpler approach is now at hand.
CleanEars is a natural, clinically proven ear wax removal spray that is suitable for babies, children and adults as a medical treatment for wax build up in the ears. It can also be used daily as a preventative treatment to reduce significant wax build up, particularly for those using hearing aids.
The natural blend of Squalene (a similar composition to ear wax but in liquid form), Mineral Oil and Spearmint Oil works to effectively liquefy ear wax and irrigate the ear canal. CleanEars spray also comes with a safety nozzle, making it exceptionally easy to use – you just spray and go, without needing to tilt your head or lie down.
CleanEars (distributed by BioRevive) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Vicdeaf and Hearservice (a division of the Victorian Deaf Society), which includes a $20,000 donation towards their Don’t Lose the Music Program – an awareness program that educates young people on how to look after their hearing and prevent hearing loss. Each year, BioRevive supports a small number of organisations with donations through its BioRevive Philanthropy Program. This year, BioRevive is also partnering with Children’s Ground and The Fred Hollows Foundation.
CleanEars is available at Chemist Warehouse and all good pharmacies nationally and comes in a handy 30ml spray bottle for $14.95. For further information on CleanEars and stockists, visit:www.cleanears.com.au
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CleanEars is available at Chemist Warehouse and all good pharmacies nationally and comes in a handy 30ml spray bottle for $14.95. For further information on CleanEars and stockists, visit: www.cleanears.com.au