EarCalm Spray 5ml
EarCalm Spray 5ml
EarCalm is used for the treatment of minor infections of the outer ear. The active ingredient in EarCalm is acetic acid, which is an antibacterial agent that helps to clear such infections.
- Targets bacteria, fungi, and yeast
- Kills infection sources quickly
- Contains antibacterial agent acetic acid
- Requires only 3 sprays daily
- Rapidly relieves symptoms
- Speeds up the healing process
- Provides immediate relief
- Targets infection source for long-lasting relief
What are common causes of outer ear infections?
Outer ear infections, also known as swimmer's ear, are typically caused by bacterial infections that occur in the outer ear. However, they can also be caused by fungi or yeast. Certain actions like cleaning your ear with cotton buds or using hearing aids or earplugs can lead to damage in the ear canal, increasing the likelihood of developing an outer ear infection.
What are common symptoms of outer ear infection (otitis externa)?
Otitis externa, also known as "swimmer's ear," is a condition that causes inflammation of the external ear canal. Common symptoms include severe ear pain, itching in the ear canal, discharge of liquid or pus from the ear, and temporary hearing loss to some extent.
What is the active ingredient in EarCalm and how does it work?
The active ingredient in EarCalm spray is acetic acid, which is an antibacterial agent that helps clear minor infections of the outer ear. It works by preventing the growth of bacteria in the ear canal, reducing inflammation, and promoting healing.
How can I reduce the risk of outer ear infections?
To reduce the risk of outer ear infections, it's important to keep the inside of your ears dry. You can do this by avoiding getting shampoo and water in your ears during showers or baths, and by drying your ears with a towel or hair dryer afterwards. When swimming, use ear plugs and/or a tight-fitting swimming cap to prevent water from getting in your ears. Additionally, it's important not to clean your ear canal with cotton buds or other objects, and to see a doctor or nurse if you have a build-up of earwax rather than trying to remove it yourself.
Acetic Acid (Glacial) Ph. Eur 2.0% w/w
Usage and Instructions
Adults and children aged 12 years and over:
Administer one dose directly into each affected ear at least 3 times daily.
The maximum dosage is one spray every 2-3 hours.
Treatment should be continued until two days after symptoms have disappeared, but no longer than 7 days.
If you have a perforated eardrum, or suspect you may have, consult your doctor before use.
If you experience any of the following, immediately discontinue use of this product and consult your doctor:
- increased pain
- worsening symptoms or no improvement within 48 hours
- your hearing is affected
Do not use this product for more than 7 days consecutively.
This product is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
Some patients may experience a transient stinging or burning sensation after dosing for the first few days of treatment.