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For the hygiene of ear

Cerumen plugs are due to the excessive secretion of ceruminous glands and can become as long as some centimetres, thus blocking the auditory canals and causing itching, pain and temporary deafness. Wrong methods of ear cleaning can sometimes worsen the situation, pushing cerumen towards the inner part of the ear, instead of taking it out. The beewswax-based cone is a natural method that has been known since ancient times. Hygienic and with no contraindications, it exploits the beneficial and relaxing heat released by the lit-up cone, it absorbs the cerumen and clears the auditory canal leaving a pleasant feeling of wellbeing. For an ideal prevention, the monthly use of Waxed Cone is recommended, but you can use it whenever you feel the need to.


Use is not recommended in children under 12 years of age. Do not use on children under 3 years of age. Prior to use, consult an ear, nose and throat specialist able to confirm the presence of an earwax blockage, ascertaining that any discomfort is due to said blockage and not to any other ear pathologies.