CLEAR Ear – Safe Ear Cleaning for the Entire Family

I know I have been told hundreds of times to “never put anything in your ears”. It has been told to practically every kid and said for generations. Then why do we jam cotton swabs into our ear canals? It is so unsafe! I personally know someone who punctured their eardrum by accident and got temporary hearing loss from using a cotton swab. She had to go to a hearing centre and they weren’t sure if her hearing was going to return fully. She now has to wear a hearing aid, which luckily is pretty advanced these days, for example, you can get hearing aids that connect to your TV!. If you want to try these so-called tv ears costco is the place to go! She is fine, but honestly scared of cotton swabs. Even though I know this story, I still love to clean my ears after the shower. It’s the perfect time to wipe them dry and make sure there is not any wax left behind in there. I have always used traditional cotton swabs. It was all I ever knew. I know about the dangers and how it can create backup inside your ear, creating worse wax issues than not, but it was what it was….until now! Finding out about CLEAR Ear, and how easy and satisfying it felt to use I have made the switch.

Are you a parent like me who constantly picks the wax out of their kids ears?!

I can’t stand seeing earwax in my kid’s ears. I am “that mom” who was always picking in their ears trying to get it out of those teeny tiny ear canals. I would definitely recommend consulting with an ent specialist in Singapore, London, wherever you are, to make sure that this product is suitable for your children. I never have used cotton swabs on my children for fear of them jerking my damaging their eardrums as a result of misuse. Then I found out about the OTO-Tip with CLEAR Ear. This revolutionary product is safe to use in adults and children’s ears. It was developed out of Stanford University. It was designed with extensive medical consultation, including board certified Ear-Nose-Throat specialist and Head-Neck Surgeon, to ensure the safest and most effective product to remove cerumen.

If your child is under the age of 3 you should talk to your pediatrician before use.

OTO-Tip :

  • Easy to Use
  • Easy to Clean
  • Feels like a soft massage for your ear
  • Comes with adult and child size tips
  • Tips are to be replaced every 30-45 days
  • Not loud, only gives a soft whirling sound

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18 Comments on CLEAR Ear for Safe Ear Cleaning

  1. This is a definite need for my newest grandson! His teething has caused tremendous ear wax for his poor mommy!

  2. My daughter gets a lot of wax in her ear which sometimes results in ear infections. We can really use this as it’ll prevent her from digging in her ear with qtips!

  3. This is such a great way to remove wax build up. Best to avoid the q tips that can push wax in further

  4. I think this would be great for my son. He would really put it to the test!

  5. This is a cool product. I always use cotton swabs and thankfully nothing has happened! I look forward to trying this out.

  6. This looks like something I would really enjoy using and I wouldn’t have to worry about hurting my ears….

  7. This is awesome! I’m always picking at my ears and my kids ears and this would be a big help!

  8. This looks like something that would be great for my five children. Does it help remove water from the ear from swimming?

  9. I’d like to try this since cotton swabs are considered to be the devil by doctors.

  10. I really enjoyed reading the review for the Oto-Tip, especially since I have been looking for a product like it for quite some time now given the issues I experience with wax build-up in my ears. I really hope I win your giveaway so I will get the chance to try it. I believe it would help me out so much. Thanks for the fantastic opportunity to win!

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