Murine Earwax Removal Drops
Doctor-Recommended, fast-acting Carbamide Peroxide Ear Wax Removal Aid.
For occasional use as an aid to soften, loosen and remove excessive ear wax.
Carbamide Peroxide 6.5% Purpose: Ear wax removal aid
Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol (6.3%), Anhydrous Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, sodium citrate, tartaric acid.
Kate: a few months ago
This stuff is great for skin conditions of the ear. My daughter has eczema in her ear canal and the stuff the doctor prescribes burns so she hides it and won't use it. This stuff contains peroxide but it's gentler (and cheaper!) It gets rid of the eczema. For simple ear wax, you probably want a bulb to pull the wax out after this stuff breaks it up, or a product with more lunrication. But for eczema or swimmers ear, this is the only thing that works.
Zena: more than a year ago
Had stubborn ear wax for almost 2 weeks that I couldn't get rid of despite trying everything (I couldn't hear properly out of my right ear and had the constant ringing). This product was excellent! after using it for 3 days, I used the bulb on the 2nd and 3rd day and all the ear wax is gone.
Serge: more than a year ago
A major problem with the dispenser is that the number of drops is difficult to count. The first 2 drops are easy to feel in, but after that it's difficult to count how many drops you actually add 2, 5, or 20. This product provides a relief but that doesn't last more than a few days, because it doesn't appear to remove much wax.
Another problem is that the cap of the bottle is hard to open, and it's easy to mis-open it and drop the content.
(A positive note is that the Ear washer is quite great, in the version that includes it. It's worth the full price.)
Instead, I recommend Cerumol because the transparent eyedropper makes it easy to pre-count the drops and it removes more wax faster(immediate and longer lasting relief).