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.

Ear Wax Removal

Earwax build up can lead to ear discomfort, reduced hearing and affect your day to day life. There are few treatment options available and some can be expensive or not very safe. Over-the-counter earwax removal drops are a safe and inexpensive solution.

Adult Ear Care

Having earwax buildup is no fun. It can affect your day to day life. If left untreated, excessive earwax buildup can lead to ear discomfort, itchy ears and reduced hearing.

Young Adult Ear Care

Never miss a beat of your favorite music! Debrox® helps keep the wax out. Its microfoam action safely and effectively removes excessive earwax buildup.

Kids 12+ Ear Care

Moms, is earwax buildup getting in the way of your kids hearing their teachers at school? If left untreated, earwax buildup can reduce hearing and affect kids' day to day life. Don’t let them miss out on any opportunities to learn.

Debrox® vs Cotton Swabs

Many people still reach for the cotton swabs when it comes time to clean their ears. However, cotton swabs can actually push earwax deeper into the ear canal, causing greater buildup and risking damage to the eardrum and lining of the ear canal.

Debrox® Ear Health Tips

Contrary to what most people think, earwax is beneficial to the body. It keeps the ear clean and protects the inner ear by trapping dirt particles, dust and bacteria. For most people, earwax does not cause a problem but occasionally it builds up and can lead to complications. Excessive earwax can block the ear canal leading to ear discomfort, itching, partial loss of hearing and other conditions.