Natural cleansing from the sea
AUDICLEAN is made from 100% Sea Serum™, a naturally derived isotonic solution with no preservatives, making it safe for regular use.
AUDICLEAN is created from seawater that is harvested from the crystal clear waters off Saint-Malo on the west coast of France. The tides in this region are among the strongest in the world, constantly enriching the pure waters with natural mineral salts.
AUDICLEAN is manufactured using a patented and unique technology developed by the world-leading marine biotechnology specialists, GOËMAR. The process purifies and sterilizes the seawater while adapting its composition for optimal efficacy and tolerance.
The AUDICLEAN delivery system
The AUDICLEAN nozzle and bottle have been specially designed to the shape of the ear to safely and comfortably deliver its gentle, naturally cleansing wash.
The soft, circular spray delivers AUDICLEAN to the ear while avoiding any direct contact with the sensitive eardrum.
With each individual spray, the hygienically designed outtake-only bottle dispenses circular jets of clean and fresh AUDICLEAN cleansing wash, so there's no need to worry about used product flowing back into the bottle.
AUDICLEAN ear cleansing wash is a gentle and effective way to safely clean the ears delicate inner parts. When used 2 to 3 times a week, AUDICLEAN helps prevent wax build-up and keeps ears refreshingly clean and clear. AUDICLEAN is safe for the entire family (ages 2 and up) and quick and easy to use, in or out of the shower or bath, preferably seated. Allow at least 10 days of regular use to adapt to the refreshing experience of AUDICLEAN that gives your ears a new feeling of cleanliness.
Directions (please follow carefully before use)
For best results, use once a day for just 10 days, then 2-3 times a week.
Attach nozzle on top of the bottle by pressing it gently into place
Repeat process on the other ear. Rinse nozzle with hot water after each use.
How should my ears feel after using AUDICLEAN?
AUDICLEAN gives your ears a new refreshingly clean feeling. NOTE: You may experience a clogged ear sensation that quickly disappears once you tilt your head to allow the wash to flow out.
Ensure AUDICLEAN is used at room temperature:
20°C – 25°C (68° F - 77° F)
Do not use after expiration date stated on the box and label.
Do not use if you have ear pain, an ear infection, swimmer's ear, an eardrum perforation, pressure-equalizing tubes (PETs/grommets), balance disorders, insulin-deficient diabetes, immunosuppression, had ear surgery or if you have a foreign item in the ear or a hard and/or obstructive earwax blockage (indicated by difficulty hearing, pain, ringing noise, feeling of blockage, temporary deafness after swimming or shower), Do not use on children under 2 years of age.
What is earwax?
Everyone has earwax. Sweat glands inside the outer ear canal produce it to protect the ear canal and eardrum from foreign materials. It is made up of a mixture of skin exfoliation and secretions sebaceous and ceruminous glands, fatty acids, minerals and skin proteins.
There are three types of wax:
Semi-liquid consistency – typically found in children and babies
Solid consistency – typically found in adults and the elderly
Hard consistency – also found mainly in adults and the elderly
What contributes to excess earwax?
Some people are more prone to excess earwax than others, and there are several factors that may contribute to excess wax in the ear, including:
Physiology: A narrow shaped ear canal may trap excess earwax. This is often seen in children.
Hair: The amount of hair in the ear, seen primarily in men.
Environment: Working in dusty or dirty environments, particularly outdoors. In environments such as these, the ear may produce excess wax as a means to block dirt, etc. from entering the ear canal.
Skin disorders: Certain conditions of the skin or scalp may contribute to excess earwax production.
Frequent hearing aid/headset users: Placing anything in the ear that keeps it sealed for a period of time may increase the production of wax, which can then lead to discomfort when using hearing aids or headsets.
Swimmers: Frequently submerging the ears in water may contribute to increased wax production.
Cotton buds: The use of cotton buds may actually push wax deeper into the ear, thus producing a blockage.
How do you know if you have excessive wax build-up?
There are several symptoms that indicate you may have a build-up of earwax, including:
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