8 Natural Ways to Remove Your Earwax Buildup

For sure at least once you have thought why are so many things that are actually necessary when it comes to our body. But everything has its function. Even the earwax.

Yes, you might be surprised, but the ear wax has its role that is quite important. The American Academy of Otolaryngology reports that the earwax has antibacterial, lubricating and protective properties and it is a self-cleaning agent.

So, the earwax you see on your cotton swab is actually is old earwax that flaked and dried.

Believe it or not, but actually, the American Academy of Otolaryngology says that is no good to use cotton swabs to clean your ears. According to them, the cotton swab actually just pushes the wax into your ear.

And that is very bad because it can lead to itchy ears, pain, foul odor, loss of hearing and ringing in your ears. So, now you must be thinking we cannot just avoid clean our ears. You can but with cotton swabs. Instead, you can use home remedies.

Here Are 8 Home Remedies for Proper Clean of Your Ears

1. Hydrogen Peroxide

This is very simple to use. Ten minutes before you shower, just put 2 drops of hydrogen peroxide in your ears.

In case of excessive ear wax, you can do this once a month in order to have ear canals that shall be free of excess wax.

2. Baby Oil

For this, you can use glycerin and mineral oil in the same manner. You can do this in order to soften the wax. With the use of eye dropper put few drops of baby oil in your ears.

3. Garlic Ear Drops

The garlic is an old folk remedy people used to put one clove of garlic in the ears when they had a cold. So for sure, we know it helpful and it is also for your earwax.

In order to make garlic drops, first, you need to soak one clove that is minced and soak it in 2 tbsp. coconut oil. The coconut oil should be warm, and the clove of garlic should soak for 30 minutes.

Then you need to strain out the garlic. Take one eye dropper and put 2 drops in your ears. Then after 10 minutes, you can clean your ears.

4. Warm Water

To do this, you will only need to have a rubber-bulb syringe. With that, you can put warm water in your ears.

The best way to do it is to tilt your head and pull the outer ear up and then back to straighten in order to expose your ear canal.

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