Ear Clear Ear Syringe Reusable

Ear Clear Ear Syringe helps remove stubborn ear wax build-up.
$ 13 .89
$ 0 .05 off RRP
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Always read the label and follow the directions for use.
Ear Clear Ear Syringe helps remove stubborn ear wax build-up. In some cases the stubborn ear wax can cause a blockage and will not move naturally out of the ear canal. Ear Clear Ear Syringe was developed to thoroughly wash the ear canal clear of wax.
Preparing the syringe: Carefully read instructions and warnings; improper use may result in injury. 1. Place tip on top of syringe and hand-turn clockwise until tight. 2. Wash syringe prior to first use with warm soapy water and thoroughly rinse several times to ensure soap residue is removed. 3. To fill syringe with water, push plunger in completely. Then place the tip of the syringe into drinking water that is at body temperature (37A°C) and pull the plunger up until the required amount of water is in the syringe. Using the syringe: While seated, hold a small bowl under your ear to catch the running water. Your head should be tilted slightly toward the ear to be irrigated. 1. Gently insert the syringe tip fully into the ear canal. 2. Depress syringe plunger gradually to irrigate the ear. Never forcefully inject water into the ear canal. 3. When the ear canal is fully irrigated carefully remove syringe. 4. Clean syringe thoroughly after each use.
Never use cold or hot water. If you experience dizziness or pain, discontinue use. Do not resume irrigation without consulting a doctor. Never irrigate ears if you have an eardrum perforation, grommets or if any drainage, bleeding, pain or irritation is present. The syringe is not to be used without the tip or for any other purpose (NON sterile syringe). The tri-stream tip is to be used only with the supplied syringe. Use in children under 12 years of age only on advice of your doctor or pharmacist. You should use the syringe only to remove excessive ear wax as ear wax helps to protect your ear.