Mack's ProRinse Earwax Removal Syringe
The original Mack's ProRinse™ Earwax Removal Syringe with Tri-Stream Rinse Tip and Steady-Flow Bellow Syringe, that helps loosen and remove excessive ear wax. Made in U.S.A.
- A better solution for excessive earwax problems.
- Easily clean ears.
- Safer and more effective than rubber bulb ear syringes.
- Unique Tri-Stream Rinse Tip provides a safer, more complete, multi-directional rinse. Prohibits pressure buildup in ear and virtually eliminates risk of ear drum perforation.
- Exit portals effectively drain water, wax and debris to prevent build up in ear.
- Flared design prevents over-insertion that can damage ear.
- Special Steady-Flow Bellow Ear Syringe is easy-to-hold and easy-to-use, providing good control of the rinse-flow rate.
- Use with water or ear wax drops.
|Package contents||1 bellow ear syringe with tri-stream rinse tip|
|Packaging dimension||5.5 × 5 × 11.5 cm|
|Packaging weight||30 g|
Directions for use
Adults and children over 12 years of age:
- Fully compress Tri-Stream Bellow Syringe and insert blue tip into body temperature water.
- Release the pressure on the bellow syringe, allowing the water to be drawn into the bellow.
- Place the blue Tri-Stream Rinse Tip into ear opening and compress bellow to rinse ear canal.
Children under 12 years of age: consult a doctor
For use in the ear only.
Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you have:
- ear drainage or discharge
- pain, irritation or rash in ear
- recently had ear surgery
- had an injury or perforation (hole) of the eardrum
- an ear infection
Stop use and ask doctor if:
- you need to use for more than four days
- excessive earwax remains after use of this product
- An ear candle is a hollow cone made of paraffin and beeswax with cloth on the tapered end. The tapered end is placed inside the ear, and an assistant lights the other end, while making sure your hair does not catch on fire. In theory, as the flame burns, a vacuum is created, which draws the wax out of the ear. Clinical trials, however, showed that no vacuum was created, and no wax was removed. Furthermore, physicians find that the burning wax can enter the ear and cause ear burns and a hole in your eardrum.
- Using cotton-tipped swabs is ineffective and can be dangerous. Using cotton-tipped swabs to remove earwax can cause small scratches or tears in the ear canal, increasing the risk of infection. Furthermore, placing objects in the ear often makes matters worse by pushing wax further back into the canal creating a hard clot of impacted earwax. Impacted earwax can cause you to experience impaired hearing, a feeling of fullness in the ear, itching in the ear, or ringing in the ear. By using these swabs, you also run the risk of puncturing your eardrum.
- You should never use oral irrigators to remove earwax from your ear canal as they can cause a puncture to your eardrum.