Otosan Ear Cone
One of our most popular natural medicine products. Customers who use them always come back for more, especially when they find their ears are blocked.
Otosan Ear Cone arose from the rediscovery of a traditional ear hygiene method, called auricular thermotherapy, a gentle technique with ancient origins. Enhanced with innovative safety and comfort devices, the Otosan Ear Cone is a natural, practical, safe and effective device, which, through beneficial heat and a chimney effect, helps to eliminate impurities and excess earwax from the ear.
Otosan Ear Cone therefore helps to prevent the build up of wax plugs and supports their removal, contributing in this way to restoring ear pressure, for example, after spending time in the mountains, flying or scuba diving.
Its purifying effect helps to solve hearing conditions such as buzzing, whistling, background noises, transmission loss and blocked-ear sensation.
It is recommended for adults and children, and especially for people working in dusty environments, for those suffering from excess earwax and people who use external hearing aids. It also helps to eliminate any residual water in the ear canal after swimming in the sea or a pool.
Today, with the addition of propolis, Otosan Ear Cone develops an efficient protective action for the ears since the heat created regenerates local blood flow, providing a feeling of well-being and general physical relaxation.
1) Insert the narrower part of the ear cone one centimetre into the Comfy applicator. Make sure that the other Comfy applicator is not inside the ear cone.
2) Insert the ear cone into the protective disc (with the silver part facing upwards) until beneath the flame-breaking ring. Light the wider end of the ear cone.
3) Rest your head on a table and insert the ear cone with the Comfy applicator over your outer ear, keeping it in a vertical position.
4) When the flame has burnt down the ear cone to the Flame-breaking ring, take it out of the ear and extinguish it in a glass of water. Repeat this treatment in the other ear.