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Auro Earwax Drops Replace Hydrogen Peroxide
on December 13, 2011
For many years, I've combatted an excess earwax problem by filling my ears with hydrogen peroxide then flushing with the standard blue rubber bulb. Though the peroxide dissolves much wax, it is drying and leaves behind hardened plugs and crusty wax that are difficult to remove with the rubber bulb.
It's not useful to compare similar earwax removal drops. Auro have the same formulation as Debrox, Mack's, Murine and store brands: Carbamide Peroxide (6.5%) . I chose Auro for the large size tube and good price.
I get the best results cleaning my ears once weekly, morning and night. I insert 12 Auro drops and allow them to soak into each ear for 10 minutes and turn my head to allow the now-thick liquid to drain. I pat each ear dry. I let the remainder of drops do their work in the ear for an hour or so and then irrigate with the long-barrel Ear Wax Rmvl Syr. found on Amazon. This prevents the wax buildup that enters the receiver tube of my BTE hearing aid.
On first use of Auro drops and Ear Wax Rmvl Syr together, I noticed a greater hearing improvement than when using the hydrogen peroxide and bulb, particularly in the mid and higher range, so crucial for music and TV listening.
I keep Auro wax removal drops and an Ear Wax Rmvl Syr in my travel kit, too.