Exterol 5% w/w Ear Drops

Exterol 5% w/w Ear Drops
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Exterol is ear drops designed to help to clear blocked ears by softening hardened ear wax. This makes removing ear wax from your ears a lot easier, helping the wax to clear from your ears by itself. Ideal for those who suffer from blocked ears due to dry or hardened ear wax.


What happens when your ears are blocked with wax?

When your ear is blocked with earwax you may experience some symptoms that you may not expect. These symptoms can include:

  • Dizziness
  • Itchiness
  • High pitched sounds in the ear (tinnitus)
  • Earache
  • Ear infection
  • Difficulty hearing

How will these ear drops help to remove ear wax?

Exterol contains the active ingredient urea hydrogen peroxide, which helps to remove hardened ear wax from your ears. It does this by breaking down the earwax into smaller pieces, helping it to move out from the ear naturally or preparing it to be syringed away by a doctor or nurse.

How to use Exterol ear drops.

Tilt your head to one side, making sure that the ear you wish to treat is facing up. Using the applicator nozzle, squeeze 4 or 5 Exterol ear drops into the ear. Keep your head tilted to the side for a few minutes, so drops have a chance to work their way into the ear. Wipe any drops that have leaked out of the ear with a tissue or cotton wool. Repeat in the other ear if necessary. For best results, use Exterol once or twice a day for 3 – 4 days.

When should Exterol not be used?

Do not use Exterol ear drops if you are allergic to urea hydrogen peroxide or any of the other listed ingredients. Avoid getting this product into your eyes, if you accidentally get drops into your eyes, make sure to rinse with water immediately. Do not use Exterol if:

You have a history of ear problems.

You are using other ear drops.

You are using other in-ear devices, such as a hearing aid.

Your eardrum is or has been damaged.

You suffer from dizziness.

You have tried to remove your earwax using fingernails, a cotton bud, or any other implements. This could have damaged the lining of your ear canal, causing swelling or infection.

You have had your ear syringed within the past 2 – 3 days.