Ear Wax Removal Using a Candle

Apr 03, 21
Ear Wax Removal Using a Candle

Are you looking for a natural ear wax removal method? Have you tried asking your friends or relatives but they have no idea what you are talking about? Well, I am here to tell you that ear wax is not something you can just ignore and it is really bad for your health. Some of the major benefits of using an ear wax removal method include: prevention of ear infections, removal of foreign materials stuck in the ear, and healthy hearing. I will also discuss the benefits of using a candle for ear wax removal with a candle holder.

 

The first thing you should know is what the cause of your problems are. If you want to remove ear wax because you have an ear wax build up, you need to clean out your ears real good. I suggest getting a pair of ear candling candles. Candles are cheap and if you get them at the store you can even buy them with cotton balls so you don't have to worry about running out.

 

Now that you have cleaned your ears you can use the candle for ear wax removal with a candle holder. You will be able to see the wax buildup. Most wax removal candles will come with holders but there are some specialty candles that you can buy.

 

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When choosing a candle for ear wax removal, you want one that has a long burn time. This will ensure that the wax does not run into your ear and cause an infection. It is best if you are not allergic to the wax. If you have allergies you can still use this method but you will want to get a candle that is designed for those with allergies.

 

Now that you have the proper candle for ear wax removal you need to place the holder in your ear. Most of the time the candle will have a drip tray you can use to keep the excess wax from dripping into your ear. Most people prefer to use a cotton ball to hold the tray to their ear. This helps to keep the excess wax from dripping into your ear.

 

Now that you have the candle for ear wax removal it is time to start the process. Make sure you light the candle near your ear. Most candles will light near the top of your ear. If your candle burns too low on the ear then it can irritate your ear drums. You don't want to use a candle with a high burn rate near your ear drum.

 

The next step is to stick your ear wax washcloth into the hole on the bottom of the candle. Make sure your ear washcloth does not touch the wax. Wax can cause a bad ear ache if you touch it too much. Just stick your ear cloth in and make sure it does not touch the wax. Put your ear cleanly into the hole on the bottom and tilt your head to one side so the candle burns evenly on both sides of your ear.

 

Now you just need to wait. Most candles will have a timer. The timer will tell you when to flip the switch and remove the ear wax with a candle for ear wax removal. Usually ten minutes is good.

 

If the timer is off, just hold your ear with your towel. Wax will slough off the sides as you turn the candle on for about 5 minutes a few times a day. Keep turning the candle on for longer periods if you want the wax to go faster. Let the candle to warm up a little before you burn it. Just like burning a candle gets easier with time.

 

Now you just need to smell the candle. Usually a sweet fragrance will get the ear wax removal job done much easier. Most candles will have a sweet fragrance already added to them. If yours doesn't, you can try sprinkling some cedar chips into the wax.

 

With regular use you will not need to do any type of ear wax removal with a candle. But you do want to periodically wipe out the ear wax from your ears. Just by taking the time to keep your ears clean will keep any wax from building up. And it will also make you more aware of how much ear wax to keep in the ear every time you blow out your ear.