EarCalm Spray 5ml
- Relieves Minor Outer Ear Infections
- Anti-Fungal And Antibacterial
- Active Ingredient: Acetic Acid
- Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
- Includes Free Prescription
Outer ear infections (otitis externa or swimmer’s ear) can cause the external ear canal to become red, swollen and inflamed. Common symptoms of outer ear infections are: ear pain, itchiness, discharge and temporary hearing loss. EarCalm Spray, containing the active ingredient acetic acid, has an antifungal and antibacterial affect, and works by creating an acidic environment in the ear which is difficult for infections to survive in. Spray into the ear at least 3 times per day and your outer infection symptoms should be cleared within a week.
What is Earcalm spray used for?
Earcalm spray is used to treat minor outer ear infections.
How to use
Shake well before use
Place the nozzle tip gently into your ear
Press the pump once to deliver the measured dose
Spray one measured dose into each affected ear at least three times a day
(morning, evening and after swimming, showering or bathing), or as directed by your doctor/pharmacist
Leave at least 2 to 3 hours between doses
Continue treatment until two days after symptoms have disappeared, but no longer than 7 days
If you forget to use EarCalm do not worry. Use it as soon as you remember then go on as before
The nozzle tip must be in place when you use the spray. You can remove it for
cleaning but always click it back into place afterwards
After use, wipe the nozzle tip.
You can read more about ear wax on the NHS web site.
Like all medicines, EarCalm can have side
effects, but not everybody gets them:
• sensitivity or allergy. If this happens, stop
using the spray.
• temporary stinging or a burning sensation
for the first few days of treatment
For the patient information leaflet