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Debrox Drops Earwax Removal Aid .5 fl oz (15 ml)

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  • Gently softens and removes earwax from ears
  • Cleans ears with sustained microfoam action.
  • Works safely and without irritations.
  • Provides a safe, nonirritating method of softening and removing earwax.
  • Safe, non-irritating.
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Debrox provides a safe, non-irritating method of softening and removing earwax. Excessive earwax buildup is a common problem that can lead to ear discomfort, itchy ears or partial loss of hearing. With Debrox, ears can stay clear of built-up earwax, dirt and debris. Debrox is safe, gentle, non-irritating and features an active ingredient clinically proven to be effective. More doctors recommend Debrox than all other earwax removal products combined.

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  • Item Weight: 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000GCI9EQ
  • UPC: 300881021058
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,617 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

After using Debrox for three days, still no wax has come out.
earlobe
During the flushing, after one good "squeeze" I heard a "pop" felt a brief sharp pain and suddenly all of the wax in my ears came out!
Stuffy Ears
Now, I still have the original issue, plus my ear is totally "clogged" and I can't hear much at all.
Lynn

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141 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Brace Potthoff on July 26, 2009
I woke up one morning and could hear absolutely nothing out of my left ear. It felt gummed up on the inside with a degree of pressure - signs typical of ear wax build-up. I got Debrox and started using it but it had no noticable effect. I then saw the doctor later that evening who was able to scrape out my tightly packed ear wax deep inside my ear and he recommended Debrox in the future to prevent and treat the problem. He did note, however, that this isn't a one-time use and you're cured. Debrox softens up the ear wax so it comes out easier, so the doctor recommended I put some drops in my ears before I go to bed (maybe with some cotton balls so it won't leak everywhere) and flush it out in the morning.

Not wanting to risk this deafening wax build up to happen to my other ear, I did this that very evening. After a few minutes of listening to the drops "crackle" and tingle in my ear, I felt a shifting of something in my ear. Sure enough, it was more ear wax. Debrox had softened it up enough so that it was sliding around in my ear, so I got out of bed and flushed it out with the bulb included in the box. Before long, a large, dense specimen of wax was flushed out of my ear. Clearly, Debrox did the trick this time.

So again, this isn't a "apply a few drops in your ear and the most difficult of wax build-ups will dissolve instantly" kind of solution. But it IS the first brand my doctor recommended and I have my own experience of it both taking time to work as well as removing large amounts of wax deep in my ear that I never knew was even there.
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88 of 105 people found the following review helpful By mrchocolateofWA on December 27, 2012
Okay so after searching the internet for what to do about ear wax since I woke up not being able to hear out of my right ear I went to the store and bought a bottle of Debrox. Put it in my right ear for about 8 minutes then used water and the rusher and it made it worse. Now I really couldn't hear. So I waited an hour for my ear to dry and in the mean time I continued to research on the internet. I also figured the reviews on here were ever 5/5 stars and it worked perfectly or made the problem worse to the point of having to see a doctor. I thought I'd roll the dice on an $8 bottle before using my insurance with $45 co-pay to see a doctor. So an hour past and I tried the drops again, this time putting in 10 drops and waiting 12 minutes. Again, same result of I still couldn't hear and no magical wax draining out. While the drops were in my ear felt very comfortable but after the solution was removed my ear didn't feel very comfortable, mainly because I couldn't hear. So I called a 24/7 clinic that was 12 miles away and went to see them at 7pm Dec 27, 2012. I brought the box and drops with me to show the doctor what I was using. The doctor looked in my ears and said these drops were the right thing to use and its the same stuff he had BUT he said I needed to wait 25-30 minutes with the drops in. So the doctor, took my box of drops and had me lay down while he put my drops in my ear and we waited 30 minutes. Then the doctor washed my ear out with his water tool and out came some large balls of wax. I had the doctor do my other ear while I was there too and he did it the same way of using my drops for 30 minutes then a quick water flush and I was on my way.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Britt S. McNeill on September 7, 2014
Mom has been using this product on me since I was a child and now at 23, I wouldn't use anything else. Just apply some Debrox, stick a twisted tissue in your ear canal for a few minutes, and go on about your business. After a few minutes, the tissue will have absorbed the loosened wax and you'll be a clear as crystals. Best ear wax removal product around!
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mattcseattle on July 15, 2013
OK. Follow these directions with Debrox and it WILL work. But first, if anything at all HURTS, stop doing it.

Put a generous amount of the medication in your ear. Lie with effected ear up, allowing the solution to drain into your ear canal. You may or may not hear bubbling, or feel crackling (I didn't). Lay for an extended period of time (I did for an hour) and let the medication sit in your ear canal. Let it drain. Fill a bowl with hot water (hot enough so any hotter would be painful) and use the irrigator to blast water into your ear (do it powerfully, but again, if it hurts, you're doing it too hard). I did this with my head in a normal position because I found that most effective for both irrigating and draining. Keep irrigating until wax drains out. I was shocked, disgusted, and fascinated by what came out of my ear. My wax clog was about a half inch long and super compacted! It had hardened almost to be like wood. If it doesn't unclog, repeat this process. Some people on here say they have to do it over the course of a few days, but I didn't.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nico Alba on December 12, 2014
Some context: last week, I was struck with a sinus infection. The nasty, green-s***-coming-out-of-your-nose, I'm-gon'-give-myself-a-hernia-when-I-blow-my-nose kind. About 2 days ago, I realized I hadn't cleaned my ears for a while. Being a frequent q-tip-jammer (I know, I'm not supposed to), I went into the bathroom and went HAM. The q-tips produced massive amounts of wax (I've always been a mass-producer). Cool. Time to go to bed!

Woke up at 4 am and my right ear was completely clogged. Could not hear a damn thing. I thought to myself... could this be a lingering symptom of my Sinusitis? No, couldn't be. So, I returned to the bathroom and went HAM with my q-tips again. Nothing. Went back to bed. Woke up. Went to work. Waited it out. Nothing. I had gone 12 hours being completely deaf in one ear and I couldn't handle it anymore. I nearly went to an Instacare and paid $150 to see a doctor and have them flush it for me.

Instead, I picked up the Debrox kit for $6 on my lunch break. Put 8 drops in and kept my head tilted for about 5 minutes. Then went back to work and let it settle for another 45 minutes. I actually got more clogged up at this point. Then, I grabbed the rubber syringe thing and went to the bathroom and went as HAM as I've ever gone. It only took about 5 flushes until s*** started pouring out of my ears like bats out of hell. I CAN HEAR!
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