2 Ingredients That Can Help Eliminate Earwax And Ear Infections

When it comes to keeping proper hygiene a lot of people overlook the cleanliness of their ears. Our ears are the most sensitive parts of our body so when it comes to earwax, most people don’t realize there is a build up until it’s too late.

People normally use Q-tips to clean their ears but according to research, they can cause more harm than good to your ears. So, this is what you can do to keep a good ear hygiene and prevent earwax and infections.

There are plenty of over-the-counter solutions that can clean up your ears and most of them can be found at your local pharmacy. But, sometimes the best results come from natural remedies. This particular one has two of the best infection-fighting ingredients. Rubbing alcohol is the first one which statistics have proven that it eradicated 85% of all aerobic bacterial contamination that it touches. It is perfect to use as a cleaner.

The second ingredient you can use is white vinegar. I know the smell can be very pungent sometimes but it is a very powerful antibiotic and antimicrobial product. When you combine these two ingredients together, it fights infections, dries the ear and breaks down the earwax.

Don’t worry because you won’t feel pain when you drop this into your ear.

  • Mix the two ingredients together
  • Take 5 ml of the mixture and drop it carefully into your ear.

It’s probably better if someone else puts it in your ear because doing it yourself can be difficult. Be careful with this because it can cause eye issues.

Once you put the mixture in your ear, keep your head up for a minute and then slowly put your head upright so it can run out of the ear. Do the same thing with the other ear. For full effect, do this twice a day.

Check out the video down below to get all the right instructions.

* This information is meant to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or healthcare provider and is not meant to cover all possible uses, precautions, interactions or adverse effects. This information may not fit your specific health circumstances. 
Source: Providr