earpal® is THE ONLY SAFE WAY to remove earwax from your ears.
Extracting earwax from the ear canal is done simply and effectively using a loop made from a solid material. The earpal® loop is made from surgical stainless steel.
As a result of the shape and dimension of each earpal® it can never touch or perforate the eardrum by accident – making it the only safe way to remove earwax.
Conforming to the Guideline for medical devices from the European Community; document 393L0042 article 1. sub 2b, the " earpal® " as an ear cleaning device for adults, is classified as a Class-I medical device. The earpal® is manufactured and made available to the European market in conformation with these regulations. The CE mark is visible on the package.
Please note that this product is only to be used by adults over the age of 18.
Posted by Stuart McKever on 13/9/2014
I was always of the school that preached that you should never put anything in your ear apart from your elbow, but this device is the exception. I remember that an audiologist used a similar device in my ear, so it must be safe. This device certainly worked, removing a large deposit of cerumen, easily, comfortably and safely. It, combined with the ear syringe I bought along with it, should make future visits to the local practice nurse a thing of the past
Posted by Luis Villazon on 25/6/2014
My previous technique for removing earwax was to use the eraser on the end of a pencil to gently swirl deep in my ear and try to get some wax to stick to the end of the eraser. This did get wax out, but it also pushed some wax deeper in and often left me with hearing that was temporarily worse. This remover works much better at pulling the wax out and seems to drive it in much less. You still need to be careful - it is quite possible to push it so far in that you can hurt the sides of your ear canal as you rotate the tool. The metal loop is also much stiffer than I was expecting - it's actually completely rigid. But it's much better than my pencil eraser and waaay better than a cotton bud. Ironically, I still have a use for my cotton buds, as I find they are the best way of cleaning the wax from the inside loop of this tool. I don't think I'll bother with ear syringing appointments at my GP surgery any more. I'm pretty sure I can deal with any blockages by myself.
Posted by Pam Brown on 24/1/2014
Used this as soon as it arrived as ears blocked by wax for sometime and fed up of long wait for micro-suction ,ENT appointment. As I have a 60% hearing loss and wear aids the wax build up has a big impact on my hearing and life (no one understands ). The satisfaction of removing great lumps is wonderful !!
Posted by Rajni Obhrai on 31/12/2013
The ad "The only safe way to remove earwax" just says too little about this product. Actually it is a thousand times better than that. It is not only safe but also the only most effective way to remove earwax. I can say this from my experience of several years during which I got micro-suction or syringing done to my ears on several occasions. When I used this product at home, ear wax came out in such big lumps from each ear, that even recalling this event sends shiver down my spine.