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Can Cold Weather Cause More Earwax?

Can Cold Weather Cause More Earwax?

When winter is in full swing, your ears may feel the sting of the cold-weather blues too. Usually, we experience the freeze on the outside of our ears, but did you know that the inside of your ears can also react to the impact of frigid temperatures?


Earmuffs or muffled ears?

During the winter season, our ears produce more wax in order to create a barrier against the cold weather, in an attempt to keep our inner ear safe from dropping temperatures. This extra wax can also become hardened by the cold, worsening blockages and creating muffled hearing, itchiness and pressure. The colder it gets, the more likely you are to suffer from build-up and pressure (and the feeling of having ice cubes in your ears).

If the cold is getting to you lately, perhaps it’s time to treat yourself to a warm (ear) bath with Wax-Rx.


Wax-Rx fights the cold-weather blues

Wax-Rx uses a gentle stream of warm water to break up hardened ear wax and relieve itchiness caused by blockage. It’s the same highly effective method being used by doctors and professionals across the U.S. to treat wax build-up – only with Wax-Rx you can experience ear wax relief from the comfort of home!

This season shovel the snow out of your ears with the Wax-Rx Ear Wash Kit before your hearing goes into hibernation.

Defrost your ears by clicking HERE!

Wax-Rx products are HSA/FSA approved