Product Description for EARCLEAR Ear Wax Remover
Clinical trials show that carbamide peroxide is more effective than competitor products in its ability to disperse as well as to soften ear wax. In a multicentre study, a carbamide peroxide product “was found to be significantly superior to both glycerol and Cerumol when assessed by its ability to disperse the wax completely, or to facilitate syringing.” In laboratory studies conducted overseas and in Australia products containing carbamide peroxide outperformed both Cerumol and Waxsol in dispersing ear wax.
Warning: Do not use if eardrum is perforated or discharge is present. Do not use if there is pain or dizziness, or if ear surgery has been performed within the past 6 weeks. Not recommended for treatment of pain of raw inflamed tissue, swimmer’s ear or itching of the ear canal. Use in children under 12 years only on the advice of your doctor or pharmacist. Avoid contact with the eyes or naked flame. If pain or irritation occurs, or if the condition persists, consult your doctor.