What is EarCalm Spray?
EarCalm Spray is a medication that comes in the form of a spray and is used to treat eczema and dermatitis that affect the outer ear canal. It is designed to provide relief from the symptoms of these conditions, such as itching and inflammation.
What is EarCalm Spray used for?
EarCalm Spray is primarily used to treat eczema and dermatitis that affect the outer ear canal. These conditions can cause discomfort and irritation, and EarCalm Spray is formulated to alleviate these symptoms. It may also be used to treat other skin conditions as recommended by a doctor or pharmacist.
How does EarCalm Spray work?
EarCalm Spray contains an active ingredient that has anti-inflammatory and anti-itch properties. When applied to the affected area, it works to reduce inflammation and relieve itching, providing relief from the symptoms of eczema and dermatitis.
Who is EarCalm Spray suitable for?
EarCalm Spray is suitable for adults and children over the age of 12 who are experiencing symptoms of eczema or dermatitis in the outer ear canal. It should not be used by individuals who are allergic to any of the ingredients in the spray.
How to use EarCalm Spray
When using EarCalm Spray, it is important to follow the instructions provided. The spray should be applied directly into the ear canal, following these steps:
- Tilt the head to one side, with the affected ear facing upwards.
- Pull the earlobe upwards and backwards to straighten the ear canal.
- Administer the spray by pressing the nozzle once or twice, as directed by the doctor or pharmacist.
- Keep the head tilted for a few minutes to allow the spray to penetrate the ear canal.
EarCalm Spray should be used two to three times a day, or as directed by a doctor or pharmacist. It is important to continue using the spray for the full course of treatment, even if symptoms improve before the treatment is complete.
EarCalm Spray Ingredients
Active Ingredients: Acetic acid, hydrocortisone
Other ingredients: Isopropyl alcohol, propylene glycol, polysorbate 80, purified water
- Avoid getting EarCalm Spray in the eyes, mouth, or nose. If accidental contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.
- Do not use EarCalm Spray if you have a perforated eardrum or if there is any discharge from the ear.
- If symptoms do not improve after seven days of treatment, consult a doctor or pharmacist.
- Do not use EarCalm Spray for longer than seven days without consulting a doctor or pharmacist.