Gently softens and helps remove hardened ear wax
Simple and effective
Makes syringing easier, where necessary
Clinically recommendedStorage Information
Store Otex Olive Oil upright.
Do not store above 25?C or below 10?C
AmbientPreperation and Usage
Directions: Read the package leaflet before use.
Tilt head and gently squeeze 2 to 3 drops into ear without touching the ear with the end of the dropper
Leave for a few minutes and then wipe surplus with tissue
Wash hands after use
Repeat once or twice daily, if necessary, for approximately 14 days while symptoms clear
If irritation or pain occurs during use, or if symptoms persist, stop treatment and consult your doctor
Keep away from eyes
Always replace cap after use and return bottle to carton.
Discard 4 weeks after first opening
Do not use after the use by date shown on end flap of carton and also on the bottle.
Before Using Otex Olive Oil: Before treating a child consult a doctor so that an ear wax problem can be confirmed.Safety Warnings
Do not use if:
You are allergic to olive oil
You have a history of ear problems, unless used under the close supervision of your doctor or pharmacist
You are putting anything else in the ear (such as other ear drops or a hearing aid)
Your ear drum is (or has been) damaged
You suffer from dizziness
There is anything else wrong with your ear (such as pain, swelling, discharge, infection or tinnitus)
The dropper is broken or damaged
You have had your ear syringed in the last 2 to 3 days, or tried to remove the ear wax using fingernails, cotton buds or other implements as this could make it painful to use the ear drops. If in doubt consult a doctor, nurse or pharmacist before use. If irritation or pain occurs during use, or if symptoms persist, stop treatment and consult your doctor.
KEEP OUT OF THE SIGHT AND REACH OF CHILDREN.
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Net Content: 10ml eIngredients
Contains: Olive Oil
Please Note: Whilst we make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.