Waxsol Ear Drops provides a simple 2 dose system for the easy removal of ear wax.
Docusate Sodium 0.5% w/v in a water miscible base, containing glycerine and water. Contains a mixture of hydroxybenzoate esters 1.7 mg/ml and phenoxyethanol 4.3 mg/ml as preservatives.
Waxsol should be applied to the ear canal. Before going to bed, tilt the head and fill the ear with Waxsol. Place a cotton wool plug, moistened with Waxsol in the ear. Remove the cotton wool plug in the morning. Repeat the treatment the next night. Unless the earwax is unusually hard the loosened wax should come out on its own, thereby making ear syringing unnecessary. However, if the problem persists, you should consult your doctor.
If your ear drum has been previously perforated, or if your ear is sore or inflamed, you must not use this product. Because of the delicate nature of the ear, cotton buds and other instruments should never be inserted into it. Do not use Waxsol after the expiry date shown on the label and the carton. Keep all medicines safely away from children.