My son and I have been spending lots of time at the pool this summer and swimmer’s ear has definitely been an issue for me a couple of times already. If anyone is going to get water up their nose and down in their ears while swimming, it’s me.
What Is Swimmer’s Ear?
Swimmer’s Ear is water trapped in the ear that causes a clogging sensation. It’s both uncomfortable and annoying, because it causes mild discomfort and affects hearing.
Similasan Offers Relief
Similasan, a company committed to help people feel better by offering natural homeopathic remedies that provide symptomatic relief, helped me diagnose my swimmer’s ear by using their symptom checker on their website under “products” and then suggested the right product to treat those symptoms. In my case, Similasan Ear Relief was just what I needed to dry out my ear and relieve the clogging sensation caused by swimmer’s ear, and it worked like a charm! To use, simply place 4-5 drops in your ear while tilting your head sideways, then hold your head sideways or place cotton in the ear to keep the drops in.
The Similasan drops were easy to use and provided the relief from swimmer’s ear that I needed. In the past. I’ve never treated swimmer’s ear and just put up with the symptoms until they eventually cleared up. It’s great to know there is a product that can relieve the symptoms of swimmer’s ear and reduce the amount of time I have to deal with the problem.
Similasan also makes an Ear Relief formula for children ages 2 and over. Ask a doctor before use if the child has ear drainage or discharge, pain, irritation, or rash in the ear, had ear surgery, or dizziness. Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation (too much burning) or pain occurs and/or symptoms persist for more than 48 hours.
Did you know- Similasan Ear Relief was the #1 Pharmacist Recommended ear drop formula for the 10th year in a row!
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I wrote this post while participating in a blog tour conducted by Burst Media on behalf of Similasan. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program, but my opinions are my own.