Care Sodium Bicarbonate Ear Drops 10ml, Softens Ear Wax

£2.85£3.56 (-20%)

  • Relieves blocked ear canals
  • Effective and gentle treatment to soften ear wax making it easier to remove
  • 10ml with dropper
  • Sodium Bicarbonate BP 5% w/v
  • Suitable for children over 1 year old, adults and the elderly
Last updated on March 2, 2024 4:48 am
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Product Name

‎Care Sodium Bicarbonate Eardrops 10Ml

Weight

‎0.03 Grams

Volume

‎0.03 Millilitres

Units

‎10.0 millilitre

Manufacturer contact

‎Thornton & Ross Ltd., Huddersfield, HD7 5QH, UK

Brand

‎Care

Format

‎Liquid

Country of origin

‎United Kingdom

Average Rating

3.88

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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Mark Sheridan

    Seem to work faster/better than the normal oil drops

  2. 08

    by Mr. D. Ney

    Got this as I bothered with ear wax build up every few years and doctor said to try and avoid using olive oil. They start to work after a few days and clear 85% of the ear wax build up within just over a week. Depending on how bad the wax is in your ears.
    Bottle says use 2 or 3 times a day but I find once or twice a day to be enough

  3. 08

    by AmazonsTrusted

    Your meant to use this 2-3 weeks before you have syringing in your ear, they may work for you if you have very little wax build up in your ear but if your ear wax is more serious like mine fully blocked now because what this bicarbonate ear drops did was soften the wax then moulded it together in the ear like when you burn a wax candle and wax sticks to wax when warm and soft, maybe it wont happen for you but it did for me. I suggest you ask doctor first as he might give you something else, this sodium ear drops softened the wax only not loosened it, and it pushed the wax further in and made my hearing more numb I suggest regular olive oil for loosening ear wax from a pharmacy or chemist, if you want to loosen your ear wax this sodium bicarbonate isn’t as good and could make it worst for some people for me it made my hearing wost, there is a slight fizzy sensation upon application but if you do use it I wouldn’t play around with the ear lobe like your supposed to do with olive oil as it made squishy noises and splashed against my inner ear which then started to hurt me a little. Its best to consult your doctor before using these, I’m going back to olive oil and then I’ll probably need syringing which isn’t at all a serious thing so if you also need to have it done don’t worry about it. Just stick with olive oil ear drops they are more natural and better. See your doctor first above all else!

    edit: I’m giving it 3/5 now its okay because it does combine with olive oil at different parts of the day to remove ear wax, what I do is use this bicarbonate ear drops in the morning, then afternoon/tea/dinner time I use olive oil, 4x total combine all for 5min each ear on my bed facing each ear up in turn then I use Earigate spray in the shower, its not all as good as syringing but It helps a lot as next best thing, a chunk of ear wax was removed using my method I think its combination that Sodium bicarbonate ear drops soften wax, then olive oil loosens it and allows it to slide out your ear providing you massage the lobe for 5 min none stop, but it needs a push and that’s either syringing or what I use Earigate spray shoved in as far as it would let me go while holding the top ear lobe up, sea water backwards spray method in the ear i got off amazon, it may or may not work for you, if it doesn’t you will need the syringing effect from your doctor or nurse. Good luck.

  4. 08

    by Joyce

    Does the same job as more expensive alternatives

  5. 08

    by Mrs Cooper

    Nossle a bit small

  6. 08

    by Sally McCowan

    Good product

  7. 08

    by Pete

    I have severe wax buildup in my left ear due to it’s odd shape (wax doesn’t naturally make it’s way out towards the outer part of my left ear). I periodically receive microsuction (not the same as syringing) to remove hardened wax. I therefore tend to get to a stage regularly where I need to use drops (although according to one ENT doctor I have seen, it is not recommended to use drops regularly on a long term basis, another recommended I use a dose once a week to “maintain” the wax levels).

    Tried these in comparison to Olive Oil drops (have used sodium bicarb from Care+ before). What I’ve found that using these in combination with olive oil (some kind of rotation) actually works quite efficiently for me (have seen many ENT doctors in my lifetime). It’s not a be-all and end-all solution, but it certainly was different to just using one on it’s own. Recommend to just have a play around.

    Good:
    – Can have a “fizzing” effect when used which at least makes you think it’s doing something (and it generally does do at least something).

    Downside:
    – Not meant to continue using after a handful of weeks after opening (apparently Sodium Bicarb becomes unstable after not so much time). I kept mine in the fridge to help preserve them for longer (a tip recommended to me by one of my ENT doctors). Be sure to bring them to room temperature before use though (research has shown that the warmer the temperature, the more effective ear drops can be – have a search on the internet for this). Olive oil drops on the other hand have no such expiry after opening.

  8. 08

    by Leigh Rimmer

    Does what it says on the box

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