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Australian Journal of Pharmacy : November 2006
McNABB WL7933 Surfer’s or swimmer’s ear is a condition which generally arises when water is trapped in the ear canal. This can result in a very painful inf lammation of the ear. Some swimmers and surfers may try to avoid it by keeping their ears dry, however crazy they look. A smarter way would be to use 4-6 drops of Aquaear after surfing or swimming to dry out the ear and curb the growth of bacteria. The alcohol in Aquaear combines with trapped water enabling it to evaporate and dry out more quickly. So help surfers and swimmers avoid the pain of swimmer’s ear this summer by recommending Aquaear. It’s the smartest way to avoid swimmer’s ear. Wyeth Consumer Healthcare Pty Ltd, 17-19 Solent Circuit, Norwest Business Park, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153. Toll Free: 1800 283 195. www.wyethconsumer.com.au