Care Sodium Bicarbonate Ear Drops use sodium bicarbonate to gently soften ear wax in perpetration before ear irrigation/syringing by a doctor or nurse.
Ear irrigation (also known as syringing) is done by a doctor or nurse to clear away excess or build up wax in the ear canal. This process requires that the wax be soft so that it doesn't increases the risks of perforating the ear drum.
- 10ml drops.
- Softens ear wax.
- For use before ear irrigation/syringing.
- Contains sodium bicarbonate.
How to use
Suitable for adults and children over 1 year old. Children under the age of 5 should receive medical diagnosis and supervision (see enclosed leaflet).
Tilt the head to one side with the affected ear upwards. Place 3-4 drops into the ear using the provided dropper. Keep your head tilted to allow a few minutes for the drops to reach the eardrum. Right your head and wipe away any excess product.
Repeat twice a day for up to 7 days.
If your doctor, nurse or specialist have given you specific instruction on the use of this product, follow those instructions.
Avoid touching the dropper to the ear.
Hazards and Cautions
- Never insert the dropper or any solid object into the ear.
- Keep out of reach and sight of children.
- Discard 28 days after first opening.
Active ingredient: Sodium Bicarbonate BP 5% w/v (Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate 5% w/v)
Other ingredients: Glycerol (E422), Purified Water and Dichlorobenzyl Alcohol (Preservative).