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Artificial Cerumen

Artificial Cerumen

Artificial Cerumen

Cerumen, also known as ear wax, is a waxy substance secreted by ceruminous and sebaceous glands in the ear canal. It protects and lubricates the ear canal and assists in cleaning by trapping dirt and dead skin cells. Pickering Laboratories’ artificial cerumen product is similar in properties to the secretion itself and doesn’t contain keratin or other proteins.

Artificial Cerumen 

Pickering Laboratories offers artificial ear wax that can be used for testing of hearing aids, ear buds and other electronic devices mean to be used in the ears. It contains lanolin, long chain fatty acids and
paraffin oil.

 

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