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Ear Irrigation Kit Live Demonstration Recently I had the great opportunity to collaborate with The Chapman Family. I'm sure many of you will have heard of them. They're a UK-based vlogging channel that's grown immensely over the last couple of years. And we thought, what better way to show the ear irrigation kit at home, and in action, than to...
Medical devices and technologies have been rapidly moving into people’s homes in the last couple of decades. There has been a shift into a bigger role for managing your own health, for your family and community. My personal opinion: I’m pro home health care USA. But it has to be under the correct circumstances. So there are a whole...
How to remove ear wax without cotton buds, or q-tips for all American readers. Any other names? I hope not... They have been around since the 1920s. Give thanks to Leo Gerstenzang, the inventor, who became inspired when he saw his resourceful wife attach cotton wool balls on the end of a toothpick to clean their children’s ears. So that's what they...
Ear wax Irrigation Video You'll see how easy it is to set up the earwax irrigation kit. Actually, the best part is everything you need is in this kit. So you can get started right away after the ear wax irrigation video! We designed the instruction leaflet so that literally anybody can do this - it makes it a super...
Is there causation with tinnitus and earwax? It's the ringing or whistling noise in your ear. It’s a strange one because it doesn't have an external source, so it's almost like it's coming from your head. But there’s nothing outside of your body making the sound, so it’s pretty weird! We will cover what causes the whistling noise and how...
How to remove ear wax using a candle Ear candling is typically a 15-minute process, per ear. You stick one end of the candle in the outer ear (strike one) and light it from the other end (strike two), and let that baby burn. According to folklore, the burning of the candle creates a small suction force, whilst the heat...
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