What is Earwax?

Earwax is both anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. It serves as a water repellent for the auditory canal. Earwax is produced by tiny glands in the passage between the inner and outer ear. These glands are called ceruminous glands and they are a special type of sweat gland. They produce earwax to form a protective coating inside the ear canal. The wax traps dust and other tiny objects, preventing them from getting into the delicate interior of the ear.
Some people produce more earwax. It usually makes its way out of the ear gradually. Little pieces or flakes of wax fall out of the ear from time to time, but in some people the wax builds up and hardens, forming a blockage.

Causes of earwax

There are a number of factors leading to a build up of earwax these include:

  • Excessive production of wax that the ear cannot clear naturally
  • Persistent exposure to loud noise triggering the above response
  • Viral infections
  • Narrow ear canals or those, which lie at an angle slowing the natural passage of wax leading to build up

Remove earwax easily and naturally
Follow the Vaxol instructions with care