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Ear Clear Swimmers Ear - 40mL

Ear Clear Swimmer's Ear has a dual action formula that treats and prevents swimmer's ear.

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The isopropyl alcohol acts by drying up the moisture. The acetic acid assists in prevention by restoring an acid pH, making the skin less susceptible to infection. Ear Clear Swimmer's Ear can be used every time the ear comes in contact with water to dry up the excess water and prevent the condition from occurring.
Product Type
Ear Treatments
Swimmers Ear
Storage & Disposal
Store below 30 Degrees Celsius.
If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. For External use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if safety seals are broken. Do not use if the eardrum is perforated or a discharge is present. Consult your doctor if these conditions are present. Avoid contact with eyes. or broken skin. Keep away from open flames. If irritation occurs or sensitivity develops, discontinue use. Contains Hydroxybenzoates 2mg/mL as preservative. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.
Use immediately after swimming or any other activity during which the ears are exposed to water. Tilt the head to one side and instil 4 to 6 drops in the ear. Keep head tilted for one minute before repeating in the other ear. Replace cap immediately after use.


Acetic acid 16.5mg, Isopropyl alcohol 633mg

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