Don’t Forget Your Ears: Earigate’s Ear Cleaning System

It may not be glamourous like a lipgloss, or sexy like a smokey eyeshadow, but cleaning your ears properly is just as important as ensuring you look great on the outside. I’ve always been a little bit obsessed with cleaning my ears nearly every day; I absolutely hate the feeling of blocked ears, wax build-up or simply not being able to hear effectively. (Apparently Victoria Beckham religiously cleans her ears out as she used to spend so much time with an earpiece in.) Until now I thought my only option was a bumper pack of Johnson’s Baby Cotton Buds, (apparently cotton buds can actually make the problem worse by forcing wax down the ear canal and potentially causing damage to the drum if pushed down too far,) but thanks to Earigate my routine has effectively been revolutionised. Earwax is produced in the outer part of the ear canal to help keep the ear clean,
lubricated and protected against infection. Earwax can become a problem
when too much builds up and blocks the ear canal, potentially causing
hearing loss, pain, ringing, dizziness and infections – not nice.

Earigate‘s
patented reverse spray action enables simple, comfortable cleaning of
ears in seconds, thanks to their flexi-tip nozzle that gets right inside
the ear canal. One squirt dislodges any wax build-up and washes it away
back out the canal, leaving ears feeling fresh and cleansed from the
inside out. The water that’s applied using a very soft pressure is
comprised of 100% naturally sourced sea water. The solution is isotonic
and contains no preservatives, meaning there’s nothing but goodness
entering your ear canal. Perfect for kids and adults alike, there’s even
a little guard to ensure the nozzle doesn’t penetrate too deeply. It’s
so safe that you can use it 2-3 times a week to give your ears a
thorough and routine cleansing, building up to every day if you have a
specific problem. It’s so much easier and cheaper than leaving ear wax
to build up until you need to seek medical attention, (as well as
eliminating the often painful and uncomfortable procedure,) so take a
little time to respect and pamper your ears. They’ll be ever so
grateful.

Earigate is available online or in Boots priced £9.99

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Hampton Brands. 

5 Comments

  1. Little Lawro
    September 12, 2013 / 9:12 am

    Oooo… I want one of these badboys! I'm OCD with my ears as well!

  2. gleepface
    September 12, 2013 / 10:03 am

    Ooh I run an ear syringing clinic so I'm always a bit wary of people's idea of ear cleaning, but this actually sounds pretty safe and good (the earigate, not the q-tips – eek!!)! Quite pricy, and you probably don't need it when you can just wash them out in the shower and use good old olive oil to soften buildup at a fraction of the price, but if you're someone who is really really OCD about your ears and happy to splash the cash this seems pretty cool!www.gleepface.com

  3. Adrienne
    September 12, 2013 / 6:17 pm

    This sounds awesome! I've always had problems with my ears when it comes to wax buildup and this looks the perfect solution. Just in reply to the comment above, I can't think of anything worse than putting my ears in the water in the shower (or bath) for that matter. Guaranteed way to an ear infection for me, so it's just not an option. xoAdrienne @ Late Night Nonsense | Bloglovin' | YouTube

  4. Leanne Cornelius
    September 12, 2013 / 8:19 pm

    This looks really interesting. I've always suffered with my ears, so much so that I had them syringed several times when I was younger and regularly use drops now. I will have to look into this. xLeanne – A Slice of My Life

  5. Kammi M
    October 1, 2013 / 1:28 pm

    I have never heard of this before, but it actually looks really interesting and like a really good idea as like you say, cotton buds can do more harm than good if you are not extremely careful!Great post! :)Kammixxhttp://beautybookblog.com

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