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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Say Goodbye to Cotton Swabs

My children always wonders how this Wax Vac works whenever they see the  commercial on TV.  Well, the PR manager from Hampton Direct asked me if I would like to review  the Wax Vac.  I thought that it would be worth a try.

Getting out of the shower or swimming pool, there is always a chance that water is trapped in your ears.  Cotton swabs  doesn't always do the job in getting out the water from your ear  but Wax Vac does.  We tried this last night when our kids got out from the shower and they were both giggling as I was cleaning their ears.  The sound  and  a bit of vibration tickled them.  I can say that it works really well.  The WaxVac is a perfect solution in cleaning the water out of your ears.

The WaxVac  uses two  double A battery.  The kit includes 8 reusable  silicone tips  and a cleaning brush.  It is very safe and easy to use.  It also features an examining light.  So are you ready to  say goodbye to your cotton swabs?  You can purchase WaxVac at www.waxvac.com for $10.


WaxVac is a gentle and effective ear cleaner because it gently draws moisture and debris from ears.  You do not have to worry about the safety in using it because the silicone tips does the job and the safety guard  prevents the tip from entering too far  into the ear.
ABC Wednesday
Disclaimer:  Product mentioned above was received for FREE in exchange of a fair review.  No Monetary compensation was received in facilitating the review.

20 valuable thoughts they wrote, what's yours?:

Roger Owen Green said...

glad it works for you. cotton swabs aren't really good for the ears anyway.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Jennifer Williams said...

We have one, it took my 3 yo a little to get used to it and we actually modified it to give it a bit more suction. It works so well, we have a pool so constantly use ours this time of year.

Nicole A. said...

I'd be interested in trying this. I hate running out of cotton swabs or worrying that I'm going in to far on my daughters ears.

Cyndie said...

cool gadget

MikiHope said...

I could certainly use this for myself-my poor ears are always accumulating wax!! Good price too.

becca said...

what a cool gadget my younger brother would love this he has terrible ear wax problem

Melinda Dunne said...

This sounds like a very interesting product. It would be ideal for children that is for sure!

Joy said...

My daughter in law would love this, her dog is always having trouble with its ears.
Joy - ABC Team

Kelli Avery said...

My step dad got this and did not care for how it worked. Glad it worked better for you..

April M. said...

i want one like this for my babies.

amiableamy said...

This is a great product. It is safe and very affordable.

Mari Bella said...

This is amazing. I just have seen something like this...indeed perfect for babies even moms too. My baby usually draws her head and shoulder together when I clean her ears with cotton.

Jessica Cassidy said...

I would love this for my kids to use :-) It is safer to use than cotton buds :-)

papaleng said...

A new product to me. Seems it works well. But I would stick it out with traditional way. Talon, talon hanggang maubos ang tubig sa ears. LOL

Quima said...

I'm such a user of cotton swab though I know it's not that good for the ear. But yeah, I think this product is great.

Marms @ Mom's Shopping And Fashion said...

Pretty neat. Might want to get one and try.

Peachy @ The Wandering Peach said...

We are still using cotton swabs. I will try looking for that product here.

April M. said...

here again, i really like this product. it's safer than using cotton swabs.:)

Gven-Rose said...

i certainly need this product, i always have problem cleaning my son's ears..

e Joops said...

Thank you all, this product works great for us.

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