Clinere™ Ear Cleaners help scoop, scrape and extract the wax from this area, resulting in effective ear cleaning. Clinere™ Plastic Ear Cleaners have dual purpose ends for flexible ear cleaning & ear-itch relief! Similar to a physician's tool but designed to be more flexible and bendable for use by consumers!I tend to get water into my ears, whether it's through just taking a shower or drooling into my ears while I sleep. I try to keep my ears clear of wetness, but it's not always easy.
Back at the end of February and the beginning of March, I had a severe ear wax issue. I had taken a shower and the shampoo slid off my head and directly into my ear canal. I tried rinsing it out, and thought I had gotten it all out. But some worked its way down deep into the canal, causing a blockage. After that, it started becoming VERY painful, to the point of giving me migraine headaches and running on 1-2 hours of sleep a night. Ibuprofen and Tylenol became my BFFs that week.
On March 4th, While I was reading my Kindle, the problem came to a head. Not to gross anyone out, but I had a really full feeling in the opening, and when I gently scratched it, I pulled out a HUGE chunk of wax. After I scratched the chunk of wax out, Mama Melissa took cotton swabs and proceeded to clean the wax out. Click the button below to see what she removed from my ear.
After that, I was determined to keep my ears clean of wax. This is where Clinere Ear Cleaners come in handy.
^^what I received^^
^^stock photos of the tips^^
There are two different tips, a scoop and a 'brush' style tip. The brush tip is to loosen and exfoliate the wax, while the scoop collects the loosened wax.
The website offers an infographic to show the proper way to use them.
While these are good in theory, I didn't find them effective for wax removal. I had wax in my right ear that the scoop didn't even touch, but a cotton swab did. The brush tip does work for minor itches.
I'm afraid disabled people are going to have a extremely hard time using these properly. I constantly was going past the 'Stop Line' with these. Even when I used major caution, I was going past the line. If someone has severely unstable hands, they could easily puncture their ear drum.
If you'd like to try these for yourself, visit www.clinere.com for more info.
Good in theory, but not for someone disabled
WOULD RECOMMEND: Probably not.
**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**