Ear & Eye Care

Ear and Eye Care
  • 3M Tri-Flange Ear Plugs 3M P3000


    3M Tri-Flange Ear Plugs Reusable Clear

    Package Count: 100. Vinyl cord connects earplugs Triple-flanged, premolded design Livewire stem fused with flanges looks cool, inserts easily and fits comfortably. Noise reduction rating (NRR)*: 26 dB CSA Class AL

  • Naphcon A Allergy Eye Relief Alcon 00065008515

    Naphcon A

    Naphcon Allergy Eye Relief Drops for Redness and Itching

    Naphcon A is indicated for the temporary relief of redness and itching of eyes caused by ragweed, pollen, grass, animal dander and hair.0.25 milligram naphazoline HCl and 3 milligrams of pheniramine maleate per dose Rubbing your eyes can be dangerous and...

  • McKesson Ear Wash System McKesson Brand 140-4


    McKesson Ear Wash System Kit for Ear Wax Removal, Rigid

    Effective, economical, and easy solution to clean inside of patient ears Ideal for safe removal of ear wax and buildup Rigid tube-spray bottle design combination allows for one-handed positioning of the ear wash solution stream Includes 23 disposable...

  • McKesson Ear Wash System McKesson Brand 140-3


    McKesson Ear Wash System Kit for Ear Wax Removal

    Effective, economical, and easy solution to clean inside of patient ears Ideal for safe removal of ear wax and buildup Flexible tube design allows user to best position the ear wash solution stream to conveniently achieve clean results Tube attaches to...

    As low as $73.32
  • Vee-Shield IPL Eye Protector Vanalay LLC 816009


    Vee-Shield Aluminum IPL Eye Protector

    Package Count: 50. IPL devices treat both broken blood vessels and pigmented spots, as well as photodamage, acne, and unwanted hair. During procedures, eyes need to be protected from bright light derived from intense pulsed light (IPL) devices. These...

  • McKesson Eye Chart McKesson Brand 63-3051


    McKesson 20 Foot Distance Wall Mount Eye Chart, Tumbling E

    The McKesson Eye Test Chart measures visual acuity and sharpness of vision. This option uses the letter "E" pointing in different directions (Tumbling E's) to be identified. The McKesson Eye Test Chart also comes complete with an eye axis at the top to...

    As low as $17.15
  • McKesson Ear Wash System McKesson Brand 140-5


    McKesson Blue/White Ear Wash System, Safe Removal, Ear Wax Removal

    Includes 3 disposable tips to avoid contamination between uses Ear wash basin and additional tips sold separately Ideal for safe removal of ear wax and buildup Rigid tube-spray bottle design combination allows for one-handed positioning of the ear wash...

  • Doctor Easy Ear Wash System Tips Doctor Easy Medical Products TW

    Doctor Easy

    Doctor Easy Ear Wash System Tips Plastic, Disposable

    Package Count: 20. Economical, disposable tips fit both the Rhino Ear washer and the Elephant Ear washer. Disposable tips are highly recommended to prevent the spread of infection when removing ear wax from multiple users.Recommended to prevent the...

  • McKesson Eye Protector McKesson Brand 63-4476-1


    McKesson Aluminum / Cotton Eye Protector

    Package Count: 50. Eye patches can be worn for many reasons but one of the most common is to protect your eye post-surgery or post-injury.McKesson aluminum eye shield has a cotton cover Malleable and lightweight Perforated convex eye shield has slots...

Ear and Eye Care

Supply Medical’s online supply of ear and eye care supplies lets you shop from the comfort of your home. Explore our wide range of home healthcare products and enjoy fast delivery to your doorstep.

Ear Care:
Simply Medical’s selection of ear care supplies includes earwax removal systems, ear wash tools, swim-ear products, and more.

Earwax Removal Supplies
You may not think much about earwax until it becomes a problem. Earwax, or cerumen, is produced by the body to help protect the ears. It works as a type of lubrication and has antibacterial properties.

Normally, it requires nothing more than cleaning with a damp towel to remove excessive buildup. However, if buildup becomes significant and isn’t cleaned away properly, it can cause damage to the ears, including hearing loss, infection, dizziness, ringing in the ear, and pain.

For some people, the answer to excess earwax is with an earwax removal system.

When Does Earwax Need to Be Removed?
Not everyone needs to clean their ears because the ears can do this independently. As earwax develops, it pushes outward to be wiped away. It’s a type of ear cleaning process that’s simple and basic.

However, there are times when wax becomes impacted. This commonly happens when earwax is pushed into the ear canal and collects there. When this happens, it’s difficult to remove and can build up enough to cause problems with hearing.

It’s always important to refer to a doctor’s recommendation for proper removal if you have symptoms of an infection or any hearing change.

What’s the Best Earwax Removal System?
There is a variety on the market, so it depends on what works best for you. Learning how to use an earwax remover kit is essential if you plan to use this tool to remove excessive buildup.

How To Use an Earwax Removal System
The first step in using these products is to read the directions and follow them extensively. They can differ from one product to the next, so read them each time. Following the directions helps to minimize any risk to your ears.

One ear wash system typically has a flexible tube that allows a solution to stream into the ear. The tube connects to the spray bottle to make this more of a controlled process.

The fluid moves into the ear and picks up the earwax present, then drains out into a reusable washbasin. It only takes a few minutes to use.

Generally, these ear wash removal tools are easy to manage and are typically quite affordable when appropriately used. There are also replacement tips that allow you to continue to use the same product numerous times.

Another earwax removal system has a carbamide peroxide solution that you put in the ear and let sit for a few minutes to soften the wax. There is also a rubber bulb in the kit that you use to suction out the fluid and wax.

If, when using these removal kits or before doing so, you feel any pain or experience bleeding, it’s essential to seek out the care of your doctor right away. Failing to use these systems outside of the recommendations of the manufacturer may cause damage to your ears.

Are You Ready to Find a Solution for Your Ears?

If you’re ready to get the earwax under control, check out our supply of earwax removal products at Simply Medical.
Eye Care:
Protect your precious peepers with Simply Medical’s eye care supplies. Shop our selection of eye drops, eye protectors, eyelid cleansers, contact lens solutions, lens cleaning wipes and more.

While it may not be as high profile as heart health, eye health is certainly important. Unfortunately, healthy eyes are something many people take for granted until a problem arises. What can you do to take good care of your eyes?

Protecting Your Eyes from Common Hazards
Learn to safeguard your eyes throughout your life. Here are some tips to get you started:
  • Wear sunglasses. Sunlight does more than make you squint — UV light from the sun can damage your eyes. For the most protection, choose sunglasses that protect from both UVA and UVB radiation; shades that block 99 to 100 percent of UV are ideal.
  • Use protective goggles or glasses. While they may not make a fashion statement, safety glasses or goggles are a must with some activities like home repairs or running a string trimmer. Goggles keep foreign objects out of your eyes. They’re also important during certain sports, where eye trauma is a possibility.
  • Take a break from screens. Spending too much time focused on your computer, tablet, or phone can lead to dry, irritated eyes and eye strain. Make sure your screen is at least 20 inches away from your eyes, that you blink often, and adjust the brightness of the screen or lighting of the room to minimize glare. Following the “20/20/20” rule will also help reduce the negative effects of too much screen time. Every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break to stare at something 20 feet distant. This allows your eyes to relax.
  • Wash your hands before you touch your eyes — especially if you wear contacts. No matter how clean your hands appear, they’re probably harboring some type of microorganism such as bacteria, and some germs can cause eye infections like conjunctivitis (commonly called “pink eye”).
Healthy eyes are part of a healthy body, so care for them as you do the rest of you. Have an eye exam every year. And pay attention—if you notice any changes in your vision, make an appointment with your eye doctor.