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Summer is here and that means many families are spending their summer days at the pool swimming and trying to stay cool. The more we swim, the higher risk of getting water in our ears. It is one of the most annoying things I have ever experienced. It is nearly impossible to get out quickly and if the water is left in the ear it can potentially turn into swimmer’s ear.
Swimmer’s ear is an infection in the outer ear canal, which runs from your eardrum to the outside of your head. It’s often brought on by water that remains in your ear after swimming, creating a moist environment that aids bacterial growth. [Mayo Clinic]
Swimmer’s ear can be easily cured with over-the-counter ear drops. For my family, we always look for more natural ways to cure things like swimmer’s ear, which is why we turn to Similasan.
Similasan offers natural homeopathic remedies that provide symptomatic relief. They offer ear drops for both adults and kids.
When your child has the sensation of clogged, full, and troublesome ears, it can be distracting and annoying for them. Give them soothing relief for their symptoms with Similasan’s Kids Ear Relief homeopathic ear drops, a solution created just for them.
Kids Ear Relief ear drops help clear water trapped in their ear and the homeopathic ingredients help stimulate their body’s natural ability to soothe the ear, decrease the ear’s sensitivity to external factors such as water, cold, and drafts, reduce the clogged sensation in the ear, and return their ear to a water-free and comfortable condition.
Similasan Ear Relief has been awarded #1 Pharmacist Recommended ear drops for Ear Pain again this year for the 10th year in a row!
To learn more about how Similasan can help you diagnose earache symptoms, please visit their website at www.similasan.com.
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