Ear Care Education

Ear Wax Build Up

What exactly is earwax? For starters, it isn’t really a wax at all. It is a sticky liquid called cerumen secreted by glands in the skin of the ear canal. And earwax serves a valuable purpose. It protects your ears by trapping outside materials such as dirt particles, dust and bacteria. The ear usually cleans itself by shedding earwax on its own.

Excessive earwax can build up and block the ear canal. This can lead to ear discomfort, itching, partial loss of hearing and other conditions. That’s where Debrox® comes in.