Earaches are no fun. They are hard on adults and children alike and there are few options for relief out there. Clearpop Rapid Earache Relief is a new approach to ear pain that features no antibiotics or analgesics. I was offered a chance to try ClearPop in exchange for my honest review.
How Clearpop works
Children are more susceptible to earaches than adults are. The Eustachian tubes in their ears are shorter and more horizontal than ours are as adults. That makes it easier for bacteria to get in and also makes it harder for their ears to drain naturally.
When your child gets an earache ClearPop can help. The biometric design of ClearPop which is similar to a lollipop helps naturally drain the ears. The pop conforms to the oral cavity which helps create negative pressure as the child sucks the pop. That negative pressure will naturally and effectively drain the blockage and relieve the child’s pain. ClearPop contains lemon oil which stimulates the saliva production to help drain the Eustachian tubes as well.
In a clinical study ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief was found to reduce ear pain in 9 out of 10 cases and eliminated the pain completely in 7 out of 10 cases. The pops contain all natural xylitol which can reduce the occurance of Acute Ottis Media by 25%.
Designed for children aged 2 and up, there are many safety features on this product. A hole placed in the plastic base is designed to reduce choking risks because it allows the head to almost completely dissolve without coming off the stick. The spoon shaped stick cannot be swallowed and the stick is shatterproof and flexible.
ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief is safe for use with other medications such as analgesics.
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— One Sage Mama (@OneSageMama) April 15, 2017