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Health Enterprises Ear Wax Removal Syringe

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  • Safer and more effective than rubber bulb ear syringes
  • Tri-stream tip safely directs fluid to ear canal walls
  • Flared design prevents over-insertion
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Product Details

Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 0.8 x 5 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000SOJXGA
  • Item model number: 400595
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (505 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,662 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Doctor designed Ear Wax Removal Syringe. Tri-stream tip safely directs fluid to ear canal walls and flared design prevents over-insertion. Health Enterprises is a world leader for innovative consumer healthcare products. For over 35 years Health Enterprises have designed and developed healthcare products that positively impact the lives of people throughout the world.

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Customer Reviews

It is made so cheap and flimsy it is very difficult to use.
Linda Homes
This Ear Wax Removal Syringe worked great in removing built-up ear wax out of my ear.
Dust Bowl
This is an impressively simple product, and it seems to work very well.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

447 of 465 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Speers on August 2, 2009
Size Name: One Size
I tried peroxide and baby oil. I bought expensive drops (Murine and sweet oil). Then I read the lables to find they are peroxide and olive oil. All the drops and oils did restore my hearing though I still had trouble with my left ear. But the wax remained. Then I read a review about the syringe (which I had bought along with the removal kit). The fellow said don't be afraid to really blast it because the stream is not directed at the eardrum but at the canal walls.

Well with that encouragement we repeatedly blasted my left ear with warm water and peroxide! Out came two plugs with the combined size of a cigarette filter! Blasting my right ear brought out a plug about half that size!
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135 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Amber M. Anderson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 1, 2011
Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
It kind of freaked me out after using this...I'd forgotten that things like sheets rustle when you move in them at night and the that carpet makes a sound when you step on it with bare feet.

This device is awesome...takes a lot of work (i.e. you have to do it many times and give some time in between if you're like me) but it's so worth it and better than pretty much anything outside a professional doctor's office. Bless whoever came up with the design.

Just keep doing it until you start getting out gobs of wax. You need to press it hard. The design means you can put it in as far as it'll go and press down with all your might and you won't hurt yourself...the water squirts out the sides of the tip as shown...a lot nicer than the ball type designs. Didn't give me a pressure headache either.

Definitely do it near a sink...you'll be using a lot of water and it can get messy.

Also, I waited very eagerly for this for almost a week...when it came and I used it, I was singing its praises very loudly. So my boyfriend ran to CVS (where I had looked but not found anything like this) and returned with the identical item in different packaging. He paid only about $2 more and didn't have to wait. Just FYI.

No matter where you buy this though if you or someone you know has wax issues, this is SOOO worth it. Really works on the very oily wax too.

This is a quality of life issue...knowing now how well it works and how much annoyance, pain, and bad hearing it has corrected, I'd say the benefit gained was worth hundreds of dollars (how much I would have paid a doctor for this result).
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133 of 156 people found the following review helpful By IT Security on June 4, 2010
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Always scared of injuring my child's ear drum with a cotton tip so I used this tool instead. Works well. If you produce heavy ear wax then you may need to squirt around five times per ear

You may want to prep each ear beforehand by putting in liquid ear wax softener. People use homemade remedies such as hydrogen peroxide, olive oil (sometimes called sweet oil), baby oil, or mineral oil. Room or body temperature, just not cold. Hydrogen peroxide was painful for my ears because of the bubble reaction so I don't use it. Apply a few drops of lukewarm wax softener into each ear by eye dropper (I use a baby syringe used to give medicinal doses to babies) and stuff a cotton ball in the ear to hold the liquid in. Wait fifteen minutes to take effect.

Meanwhile, set aside two cups of lukewarm water and fill up the ear wax syringe and affix the tip. After fifteen minutes have passed, take out the cotton ball, and follow the syringe instructions to squirt the water. Because of the syringe design, you can't apply too much pressure (unless you already have specific ear problems). By the fifth squirt of water, you should see some brown wax pieces fall out of the ear. Repeat the process to the other ear.

Drain any remaining water from your ear by your favorite safe method of shaking your head (I firmly hold onto the sink and jerk my head with the wet ear toward the sink...without hitting my head onto the sink or faucet, of course). Afterwards I put in a couple of rubbing alcohol drops to disinfect and dry the ear. You can also try a hair dryer or drops of hydrogen peroxide or put in a dry cotton ball or tissue to absorb the water. The important thing to know is that you should dry your ear canal.

Total removal of ear wax is not necessary since a little ear wax actually helps maintain a pH balance that inhibits growth of certain bacteria and fungi.
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Ahreeman X on November 18, 2013
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There is a method to make it work or else you are wasting your time and ending up writing negative reviews. This is how I made it work. I believe if you follow my instructions, you will also be able to make it work and relieve yourself of those pesky ear wax which makes you itch and always feels like your ears are bloated and wet.

I have chronic ear infection meaning that a simple cold, if not taken care of, turns to a major upper respiratory infection. Then you got to go to doctors, have a battle with the American doctors to get some Anti Biotic and Anti Biotic Ear Drops or beg them to wash your ears and flush them and then charge you $ 400 or $ 500 without even being satisfied!

You are doing this process not only because you have ear infection but also to avoid the ear infection. A little water in the ear not draining properly can turn to wax and then infection. So you want to make sure that your ears drain well and do not stay wet. Clean the ears well to avoid further issues.

This little gadget is a blessing and saves you a lot of money; however, you must know how to use it. Here is my method:

My System

I. Lie down horizontal on the ear which you are not going to wash, so the problem ear will face up, then drop 6 drops of either Anti Biotic Ear Drops such as Ofloxasin OTIC Solution or use on the counter ear wax removal ear drops in the ear. Lie down for 5 to 10 minutes so the drops get deep inside the ear and loosen the hard ear wax.

II. Get a plastic cup, preferably a disposable cup so you can afterwards throw it out. Mix ¼ (that’s how much I use) to 1/3 of the cup medical hydrogen peroxide and the rest warm water. Mix them well. I use only ¼ peroxide because too much peroxide dries the skin, cracks it and makes a problem.
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