Waxsol Ear Drops, 10ml

£1.75

  • Active Ingredient: Docusate Sodium
  • Helps Relieve Ear Wax Build-up
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WAXSOL is used to help remove ear wax in adults, the elderly and children. The drops help to clear your ear canal if it is blocked with wax by softening it and breaking it up.

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Waxsol Ear Drops

What are Waxsol Ear Drops? Waxsol Ear Drops are used to help remove ear wax in adults, the elderly and children. The drops help to clear your ear canal if it is blocked with wax by softening it and breaking it up. It’s intended to be a home treatment method, instead of going to a clinician.

Waxsol Ear Drops UK

Waxsol Ear Drops UK are available to purchase over the counter in the majority of UK supermarkets and pharmacies. They are a relatively low price treatment option for at home ear wax removal.

My Pharmacy is currently selling Waxsol Ear Drops UK for the low price of £1.75 per bottle. Each subsequent bottle added to your basket will decrease the price of each bottle to £1.66 and £1.58.

If Waxsol Ear Drops UK aren’t for you and you’re looking for an alternative, My Pharmacy has a wide range of different ear care products for sale.

Waxsol Ear Drops Uses

The entire purpose of Waxsol Ear Drops uses are to free and unblock any wax that is currently impacting your hearing or causing pain.

99.9% of the time, a small amount of ear wax is good for the ears, so usually the best policy is to leave the wax alone and allow it to do its job. It acts as a natural cleanser, gathering dead skin cells, hair and dirt as it moves from inside the ear canal outward. Testing has shown that ear wax has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

0.1% of the other time, ear wax is a nuisance that causes the ear canal to be plugged up, causing ear aches, infections and other problems.

This is where Waxsol ear drops uses and other similar products help relieve any pain or fullness you may feel from ear wax build-up.

Ear Wax Build-up – NHS Website

Waxsol Ear Drops How Long

If you’re wondering Waxsol ear drops how long should you use them, always use Waxsol exactly as your doctor has told you. If you’ve been given no specific instructions, follow the instructions given in the patient information leaflet.

If no specific instructions have been given to you, only use the drops for 2 nights at a time. If you feel as though the drops aren’t working or providing relief after this time, please contact a doctor or pharmacist. You may need the ear wax removing manually by a professional.

Using more Waxsol Ear Drops 10ml than you should could cause it to seep from the ear. It is unlikely you’ll notice any problems such as irritation, but if you do you should tell your doctor.

Waxsol Ear Drops 0.5 10ml

Before you use Waxsol Ear Drops 0.5 10ml, you should be aware of the following;

  • You should not use Waxsol Ear Drop 0.5 10ml if you have a perforated ear drum or your ear is sore on the inside.
  • If you have recently taken other medications, including medicines that don’t require a prescription, tell your doctor.
  • Waxsol Ear Drops 0.5 10ml can be used if you are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant.
  • It can also be used if you are breastfeeding.
  • Waxsol should not affect your ability to drive or use machinery.

Waxsol Ear Drops Age

The recommended Waxsol Ear Drops age anyone from the age of 12 years and above. Use in children under the age of 12 years old should only be used after medical advice has deemed it necessary.

Contact your doctor if you have a child under the age of 12 years old who is struggling with the side effects of excess ear wax. Waxsol Ear Drops age will most likely be ignored in specific circumstances.

Waxsol Ear Drops Side Effects

Like the majority of all medicine, Waxsol Ear Drops Side Effects can happen to anyone, although not everyone will experience them. If any of the Waxsol Ear Drops Side Effects continually get worse, speak to your doctor to try and find an alternative.

  • Some people may have an allergic reaction which can cause redness of the skin areas and/or a rash.
  • Rarely, a rash or stinging sensation may be felt. This shouldn’t last long. If it continues, do not use the drops the following night.
  • Injuries to the ear canal may result in painful symptoms.

You can report any Waxsol Ear Drops Side Effects you experience via the Yellow Card Scheme. By reporting side effects you can provide more information on the safety of this medicine.

Waxsol Ear Drops 10ml

If you need to use Waxsol Ear Drops 10ml, it more than likely means you have an ear wax build up. Some of the reasons you have earwax build-up is because:

  • You just have more wax in your ears naturally.
  • You have hairy or narrow canals.
  • Of your age. Wax gets harder and more difficult to fall out the more we age.
  • You use hearing aids, earplugs and other things you put in your ear. This will more than likely push the wax further in.

Once ear wax is removed using Waxsol Ear Drops 10ml, symptoms usually improve.

Waxsol Ear Drops 1mg

Each bottle of Waxsol Ear Drops 1mg contains the same amount of ingredients. The active substance is Docusate sodium. The liquid in the bottle contains 0.5% docusate sodium.

The other Waxsol Ear Drops 1mg ingredients are glycerine, water and a preservative called phenonip.

If you are concerned about any of the Waxsol Ear Drop 1mg ingredients, please contact your doctor or pharmacist and discuss it with them.

Waxsol Ear Drops Directions

Waxsol Ear Drops Directions should be followed exactly as your doctor has told you. The follow Waxsol Ear Drops Directions are for general use.

  • Fill the dropper from the bottle.
  • Tilt your head to one side.
  • Gently drip Waxsol into your blocked ear until it is full. The best time to do this just before bed.

Waxsol Ear Drops Directions may change depending on the instructions given to you by your doctor or pharmacist.

Waxsol Ear Drops Dosage

The recommended Waxsol Ear Drops Dosage is only to use them two nights at a time. This may change depending on your doctor’s advice and severity of your ear wax build-up.

You cannot prevent future ear wax build-ups. It exists to protect your ears from dirt and germs. Waxsol Ear Drops Dosage should be used to soften wax. This should help it move and fall out by itself.

Waxsol Ear Drops Price

At My Pharmacy the current Waxsol Ear Drops Price we offer:

  • Waxsol Ear Drops 10ml, £1.75 for one with a reduced price of £1.66 each if two-to-four are purchased and £1.58 each if 5-to-6 are purchased.

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Side Effects

Like all medicines, WAXSOL
can cause side effects, although
not everybody gets them.
• Some people may have an
allergic reaction which may
include reddness of the skin
area and/or a rash.
• Rarely there is stinging or
soreness, which does not
last long. If it does continue,
do not use the drops on
the next night.
• Injuries or swelling of the
ear canal may result in
painful symptoms.

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