Helps Heal Swimmer's Ear

This summer with  outdoor escapades kids in the pool usually they got swimmer’s ear. This outer ear inflammation often occurs when trappled water reduces the ear canal’s ressistance to infectious bacteria. To protect kids after day spent at the pool, treat their ears with mixture of white vinegar  and rubbing alcohol. The vinegar kills microbial invaders while the alcohol helps dry any excess moisture in the ears. What you need to do let your kid lie on one side. In a small bowl, combine equal parts white vinegar and  rubbing alcohol. Soak a cotton ball in the mixture and squeeze 6 to 10 drops into your child’s ear. Let sit for 30 seconds then allow the liquid to drain out. Repeat in the other ear, for best results advises doing this within a few hours of your child’s swim session.

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