It helps to clear your ear canal if it is blocked with wax by softening it and breaking it up. WAXSOL contains a mild emulsifier which penetrates and helps disperse ear wax.
WAXSOL is used to help remove ear wax in adults, and the elderly. Use in children under 12 years only on medical advice
- Fill the dropper from the bottle.
- Tilt your head to one side.
- Gently drip WAXSOL into your blocked ear until it is full.
- Place a cotton wool plug in the ear. The best time to do this is before you go to bed.
Docusate Sodium 0.5% w/v in a water-miscible base.
Also contains glycerine and a mixture of hydroxybenzoate esters 1.7mg/mL, and phenoxyethanol 4.3mg/mL as preservatives.
Warning and Disclaimers:
- if you have a perforated eardrum (a hole in your eardrum).
- if your ear is sore or inflamed.
- Like all medicines, WAXSOL can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
- Some people may have an allergic reaction which may include redness of the skin area and/or a rash.
- If you should experience any pain on application, you should stop using this product and seek medical advice.
- Do not use WAXSOL if you have an injury or swelling of the ear canal as this may result in painful symptoms.
- Always tell your doctor or one of our friendly pharmacists if you think the drops are causing you a problem.
- If any of the side effects become serious, or you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or one of our friendly pharmacists.
- Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
- Store the bottle below 25°C. Do not use WAXSOL after the expiry date which is printed or embossed on the carton and label.
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