ABC station, WVEC 13 of Virginia, reviewed the Wax Vac ear cleaner for their “Does it Work” segment with the help of Norfolk resident, Joseph Floyd III who says “he’s always trying to clean out his ears.”
WVEC reports that “Mr. Floyd was impressed. He had seen the commercial for Wax Vac and wondered if it could be as good as it sounded. He found it to be easy to use and he really felt like it did a great job cleaning his ear. He said when he turned the WaxVac on it felt a little like a massage in his ear. But his favorite thing about the WaxVac was that he felt like, for him, it was a safer way to clean his ear than using a cotton swab. With a cotton swab he said he always worried he was going to put it in too far and damage his eardrum. He said with the Wax Vac he didn’t have that concern.”
Jen, of Shopper Tested, calls herself “an ear cleaning addict.” She says she’s always been a bit obsessed with personal grooming and hated the wet sensation in her ears following a shower. Her go-to solution were Q-tips until their use led to a trip to the doctor. Jen says:
“I persisted in my unhealthy habit until one day I felt a strange, recurrent sensation: a combination of vertigo and nausea. A quick medical consultation led to a diagnosis of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), which the doctor attributed to trauma from using cotton swabs. Luckily, the problem went away on its own, but the experience was an eye-opener.”
Jen goes on to say that she saw the Wax Vac commercial around that time. “I couldn’t believe my good luck” Jen begins. “I didn’t have to stop cleaning my ears; I could just switch to a safer, easier, and more effective method.” Jen continues by informing her readers about her experiences with the Wax Vac ear cleaner. “I can’t believe the product’s user-friendliness. I just attach one of the color-coded silicone tips, insert it into my ear, and switch it on. The controlled suction gently pulls all the wax, water, and dirt particles out of my ear and collects it in the device’s chamber. After finishing, I just unscrew the collection chamber and empty it out.”
Doctors everywhere warn against using cotton swabs. The secret of the Wax Vac ear cleaner is its’ gentle and effective suction. The Wax Vax ear cleaner gently draws moisture and dirt particles out of the ear. To review how the Wax Vac works, please see the information video below:
MammaBreak is a blog created by two mothers, Jo and Steph, who seek to give ” every mama a break, every day.” They decided to the review the Wax Vac in hopes that it could help to give their readers a “break” when taking care of their children’s ears.
“One of my most hated tasks is cleaning my children’s ears” begins their review. “They get extremely dirty! I use wax drops, but it does not seem to effectively get rid of all of the wax.”
The reviewer goes on to explain her experiences using the Wax Vac. “We love the Wax Vac,” she states. “It has really changed the way we clean ears in our house. I was a little nervous to use it, but my son (the primary person we use it on) does not mind it at all, and would tell us for certain if it hurt him…. Hooray for clean ears!”
Review site, As Seen on TV Infomercial, provides their readers with their opinions on the Wax Vac and the use of cotton swabs.
“[D]igging around in your ear with a swab can simply push the wax farther in….” they state. “With the Wax Vac you simply suck the wax out rather than taking a chance on compacting it against your ear drum which could lead to permanent damage.”
The article goes on to discuss swimmers’ challenge spending their day and ear in water, the built-in light on the Wax Vac, and the color coded tips that come with the WaxVac.
Read their full article about the Wax Vac ear cleaner and wax removal system
A recent episode of Katie Couric’s “Katie” visited with the stars of the hit show Shark Tank. After exploring the reasons behind the show’s success, Katie decided to have some fun by testing the Shank Tank stars’ knowledge about “As Seen on TV” products including the Wax Vac.
“Does ear wax freak you out?” Katie asks during her game of As Sea’n on TV. “Do you sometimes feel you have enough wax to start your own candle shop?” She goes on to show the Wax Vac commercial and asks the Shark Tank stars to guess the correct name for the product. The quick and correct winner was Kevin O’Leary.
Katie ends the game by telling the members of the studio audience that they are all winners of the game and were all going home with some of the As Seen on TV products. “You can’t go home without the Wax Vac. Yeah!” Katie says among the applause.
Watch the full Katie video containing these Shark Tank stars and the Wax Vac
Are you in need of more disposable silicone tips or ear wax softening drops for your Wax Vac ear cleaner?
These items are available online by the makers of Wax Vac. You can purchase a (64) pack of the silicon tips, a bottle of ear wax softening drops or save by purchasing the combo pack of both the silicon tips and the softening drops for your Wax Vac.
Visit this Wax Vac website for all the information and to place your order.
Oregon mother and blogger, grammy2kaiden, reviewed the Wax Vac with her husband for her website, Grammy2Kaiden.
“My family has had the worst time with ear wax in their ears” she begins. “Every time the doctors would have to remove wax from their ears just to see their ear drums.” One such family member is her husband who “started to complain that he could not hear and…knew that his ears needed to be cleaned.”
They decided to try the Wax Vac and, grammy2kaiden reports, “he has been using the Wax Vac everyday since…. He is getting pieces of wax out of his ears and says that he is hearing better.”
Nancy from Mommy Lesson Plans recently reviewed the Wav Vac with her son and discovered its’ suction abilities.
Nancy first tried the Wav Vac on herself saying “I tried the Wax Vac on my own ear and it has the very slightest of pressure and did not hurt at all….It sucks wax up like a vacuum.” She then tried the Wav Vac on her toddler. She describes how her son “loves to play doctor” but is also sometimes “overly ticklish.”
She concludes by remarking how much she appreciated the lighting features of the Wax Vac. “I absolutely love the flashlight on the end,” Nancy says, “it allowed me to look quite far into his ear. This is very helpful to make sure I get all the wax.”
Author of Hot Fun Stuffs recently reviewed the WaxVac Ear Cleaner. The author of the blog mentioned how more common methods of cleaning your ears could end up doing more harm than good pushing wax deeper into the ear canal.
The author goes on to comment on some of the other features of the WaxVac and says, “The WaxVac Ear Cleaner is an innovative way to safely clean your ears”.