Ya, thats right, some all-natural ear wax removal drops have peanut oil in it. Soooo important to always make sure you check the label before using a product, particularly if you have a peanut allergy.
I thought this was a site about ear wax removal, not peanut allergies! I know, weird topic to start a Sunday morning off too but an important reminder to always check the ingredient list when you use a medication.
In the weird world of ear wax removal, there has been so many odd products promoted and sold out there; the majority of which straight up don’t work.
Strangely enough, I tested out these ear wax removal peanut oil drops and they actually have all the makings of a good ear drop; a viscous liquid that chemically bonds with ear wax and makes it thicker and more malleable for removal with the aid of an ear wax removal kit.
In reality though, if you want to have high-quality ear wax removal devices, kits or drops, you should focus on what the doctors recommend and the products they use.
Its almost universally agreed that the best ear drops are made from carbamide peroxide.
Why? Because that rocking ear wax domination juice (that’s the scientific definition) has the right combination of chemical bonds, CH6N2O3, as a water-soluble, crystalline solid compound to adhere to the surface of ear wax (which is a combination of dust, dead skin, oil and a few other things).
Of course, Ear Drops aren’t the only important aspect of the holistic ear wax removal kit plan. It’s important to have the right ear wax removal tools (hence the name of this article).
Stay away from metal curettes and anything sharp, particularly if you’re using an irrigation kit. It may seem easy and tempting to use curettes; some of them have tiny scoops on the end and look like the perfect device to get ear wax out. but these little guys are dangerous in the wrong hands. It’d be like handing the keys of a rocket ship to a taxi driver, ear currettes should be professional use only.
So what are the tools that doctors, ENTs and audiologists recommend? Or in other words, what are the ear wax removal devices that really help and make a difference? Well, we at Cleanse Right are biased; we think our tools are the best. And there is a reason for it. That’s mostly because we developed them with a team of audiologists to ensure they offer the best possible options for ear wax removal; Our marque device has now sold more than 100k units to people all over the country. We’ve heard from thousands of customers about what they like and what they don’t like when it comes to ear wax removal tools. We’ve refined our products, changed manufacturing processes, worked with audiologists, and done everything possible to make sure we offer the safest approach to ear wax removal. That’s how we ended up with the below ear wax removal device:
At-home Ear Wax Removal is a strange procedure when you think about it but wildly important when you have a blockage. It’s important to remember if you have had any type of ear surgery, have fragile skin in your ear canal, or have a perforated eardrum, do not attempt to remove your ear wax at home. It’s definitely not worth the risk! If you think you may have any of these conditions please consult with your physician prior to trying any home Ear Wax Removal remedies.
If you can see the ear wax buildup (we sell otoscopes on our site and will even send you a FREE one if you purchase one of our earwax removers on Amazon) then an at-home ear wax removal kit like our Cleanse Right products are definitely the right choice.
Generally, when used as directed, ear wax removal kits are safe for most people, as well as effective when removing ear wax, and they’re often the quickest and easiest way to get rid of excess ear wax. They are also quite convenient. Ear wax removal kits are usually easy to find at your local drugstore or online (or at Walmart where both our marque Cleanse Right Ear Wax Remover and our Professional Ear Wax Remover are now avalaible). And they’re typically less expensive than other ear wax removal methods professional ear wax removal.
The ear is self-cleaning and the wax is produced to protect the ear from dirt, dust and other foreign bodies. It also lubricates and prevents the ear from getting too dry. ear wax is made up of sebum (oil), sweat, hair, skin cells and dirt.
If you have too much ear wax, it can block your ear canal and cause hearing loss. It can also lead to earache, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and vertigo (a spinning sensation). That’s where all the great ear wax removal products come into play from Cleanse Right.
At Cleanse Right, we’ve been making ear wax removal devices for the better part of a decade and are continuing to strive to make sure everyone in America can remove their blockages from the peace of their own home, without having to visit a doctor’s office!