3 Bottles of Surfers Ear Drops - Dry and Clean your Ears After Surfing to Prevent Infection and Discomfort
3 Bottles of Surfers Ear Drops - Dry and Clean your Ears After Surfing to Prevent Infection and Discomfort
3 Bottles of Surfers Ear Drops - Dry and Clean your Ears After Surfing to Prevent Infection and Discomfort

3 Bottles of Surfers Ear Drops - Dry and Clean your Ears After Surfing to Prevent Infection and Discomfort

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Surfers Ear Drops are specially designed to dry out your ears after you surf or swim, as well as clean your ears to prevent infection.  They come in a 50 ml (1.7 oz) squirt bottle that allows you to easily apply the drops to your ears.  

Directions:

After a surf session or a swim, or when you realize you may have water stuck in your ear, simply tilt your head to the side, squirt a 3-5 drops into your ear and let the drops remain for 15-30 seconds.  Then you can tilt your head back and let the drops drain out. 

What is Surfer's Ear?  

For more information about Surfer's Ear, please see our in depth description here

How to Prevent Surfers Ear?

For additional ways to prevent Surfer's Ear, please see our in depth description here.

Warning:

-These drops are flammable - keep them away from open flames 

-These drops will irritate if you get them in your eyes or mouth.  Avoid ingesting these drops.

- These drops are preventative.  If you think you already have an ear infection, do not use these drops as they could be painful.  

 

 

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