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.
- Debrox® is easy to use. It safely removes excessive earwax through the power of active oxygen
- When drops are placed in the ear, oxygen is released, allowing Debrox® to foam on contact as it gently softens and loosens earwax.
- The sustained microfoam action of Debrox® may make mild bubbling or crackling sounds. You may hear this effervescence working, but if you don’t, rest assured that Debrox® is still hard at work.
Why Debrox® Rather Than Cotton Swabs?
- Many people still reach for the cotton swabs when it comes time to clean their ears. However, cotton swabs can actually push earwax deeper into the ear canal, causing greater buildup and risking damage to the eardrum and lining of the ear canal.
- Debrox® safely removes earwax by softening it with its gentle microfoam action allowing the earwax to simply drain from the ear
- Any earwax remaining after treatment may be removed by gently flushing the ear with warm water
Adults and children over 12 years of age:
- Tilt head sideways
- Place 5 to 10 drops into ear
- Tip of applicator should not enter ear canal
- Keep drops in ear for several minutes by keeping head tilted or placing cotton in the ear
- Use twice daily for up to four days if needed, or as directed by a doctor
- Any wax remaining after treatment may be removed by gently flushing the ear with warm water, using a soft rubber bulb ear syringe
Children under 12 years: consult a doctor..
- Avoid exposing bottle to excessive heat and sunlight.
- Product foams on contact with earwax due to release of oxygen. There may be an associated "crackling" sound.
- Keep tip on bottle when not in use.
Carbamide Peroxide - 6.5 %Earwax removal aid
Citric Acid , Flavor , Glycerin , Propylene Glycol , Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate , Sodium Stannate , Water
What exactly is earwax?
For starters, it isn’t really a wax at all. It is a sticky liquid called cerumen secreted by glands in the skin of the ear canal. And earwax serves a valuable purpose. It protects your ears by trapping outside materials such as dirt particles, dust and bacteria. The ear usually cleans itself by shedding earwax on its own.
Excessive earwax can build up and block the ear canal. This can lead to ear discomfort, itching, partial loss of hearing and other conditions. That’s where Debrox® comes in.