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The Doctors Ear Wax Cleaner is a device for both adults and children, including babies, that will clean the ears gently and safely. This battery operated tool has been designed by a doctor from a children's hospital and has been approved as a medical device by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. It comes with three reusable, washable tips to be interchanged based on the age of the user. This device also includes an LED light.
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Before you start using your ear cleaner, you'll need to select the correct tip. There's a blue tip for babies under six months old, a green tip for kids between six months and six years old, and an orange tip for everyone else. Once you've selected a tip, simply slide it onto the device as per the instructions.
After your chosen tip has been attached to your device properly, insert the ear cleaner in one ear. Don't shove it in roughly—the safety base will stop you from shoving it in too far, anyhow.
Next, you'll need to press the big turquoise button on the outside of your device to get it going. Once you do so, its grooved spiral tip will begin rotating, grabbing hold of and removing wax buildup as it spins.
After you clean one ear for just under a minute's time, stop by releasing the button, and repeat the process on the other ear. You can use the same tip for both ears on the same person's head without washing it.
If the tip on your device is very dirty after you've cleaned both ears, or a different person is going to be using the device next, you should wash the tip with soap and water. This will help prevent germs being passed from one person's ear to the next.
Each tip that can be used with The Doctors Ear Wax Cleaner has been designed via the principles of SpiralTek technology, which means that each rotating tip is grooved and shaped like a spiral. This will help each tip effectively grab onto any wax that's in the ears and then lift it out. All tips are also made of soft and flexible silicone, so they'll move gently through your ears, bending a bit when necessary, instead of harshly poking at them.
This ear cleaning tool is about the same size as a glue gun for crafting, so you'll be able to bring it with you almost anywhere, such as on vacation or to a friend's house. Since it's battery operated, you won't need to worry about finding an electrical outlet to plug it into when you get there, either.
Each tool contains an LED light, so if there's not enough light in the room you're in, or you're cleaning a pair of small ears, you'll still be able to see into the ears clearly. LED lights tend to be long-lasting, so the one in your device might last you for years before it burns out.
The Doctors Ear Wax Cleaner has been approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration as a medical device, meaning that in its current form, it's been deemed safe for use by the age groups specified ( adults and children ).
The base of each ear cleaning tool has been designed with safety in mind. Each base is too big to be inserted in an ear, so if you try to push your device into your ear past the point of safety, the base will literally stop you.
The process of cleaning your ears with this device is very quick. Normally, you'll need one minute at most to clean each ear, and if your ears are already pretty clean, you may be able to clean both in less than a minute. If you have kids, that means you'll only have to get them to sit still for a cleaning for a maximum of two minutes.
Many children under 10 years old don't yet have the hand-eye coordination required to clean their ears with cotton swabs on their own. However, this battery operated ear wax cleaner doesn't require quite as much hand-eye coordination, so more kids will likely be able to clean their own ears with this. This could be fun for them and, if you're a parent, spare you some irritation, too.
This ear cleaner cleans ears more effectively than cotton swabs, and will likely lead users to clean their ears more frequently, too. As a result, there'll be less bacteria, a common cause of ear infections, in the ears at all times.
The most common tool used to clean the ears is the cotton swab, of which there are various brands, such as Q-tips. These swabs won't grab as much wax in one pass as The Doctors Ear Wax Cleaner, though, and the tips can fall off and get stuck in the ears.
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The box calls for 2 AA batteries. They don't fit! AAA's fit but won't turn product on. Never been so disappointed in anything in my life!
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