If you have a busted ear drum,NO!
yes you can but it's better if you use an antiseptic ;)
Yes. Use sparingly. The alcohol evaporates so no liquid is left behind in the ear canal.
Clean your ears with a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol.
You can, but it will burn, you are better off to use neosporin, it will heal quicker and does not burn.
No, use warm water only. A solvent will burn or sting. I have used baby wipes on cats ears and it works ok.
You should clean it with rubbing alcohol 3 times a day so it won't get infected.
Actually, its really bad for your piercings. It kills healthy cells that help your ears heal. Use natural sea salt and warm water to clean them.
Yes, you should use dog ear cleaning wipes or tips. You can find these at your petstore.
Remove the earring, clean it and clean the hole in your ear, replace the earring back into your ear. Try and use jewelry cleaner for the earrings and rubbing alcohol or alcohol wipes for your ears. You can use rubbing alcohol to clean your earrings as well if you do not have jewelry cleaner. Do this once a day for a few days and it should heal the infection.
Do not ever do this as it is dangerous to your ears, just use soapy water or if you must... salty water. Stardoll: angeltatum123 x
That depends a great deal on a couple of things: Did you continue to eat that food? If so, then the answer depends on the quantity of rubbing alcohol. If it was a small amount, you should be fine. If it was a lot, you will probably get very sick. If it was a medium amount, you might get a little drunk, but your food will taste awful. In any case, you probably don't want to try to pour the rubbing alcohol back into the bottle and clean your ears out with it. That is a bad idea.
Just put a few drops of rubbing alcohol in your ears after you shower or swim to dry up any water that may have been trapped
Yes, to dry out your ears. Hydrogen peroxide (at the drug store),to remove ear wax.
hold ice on it for a few minutes, then switch to a heated object such as a heat pack, and hold that there for a few minutes. If it is because of an ear piercing, then clean it with rubbing alcohol.
When rubbing a dogs ears, watch out to make sure you dont put your finger in the dogs ear.
You can try alternating hydrgen peroxide and rubbing alcohol 2 - 3x a day
It's not usually a good idea to pour alcohol directly into your dog's ears. If his ears are irritated it can be very painful. To clean or dry your dogs ears, put some alcohol on a cotton ball and wipe the inner ears. If your dog has open sores in his ears, use hydrogen peroxide instead, or get medication from a veterinarian.
Infections and mites are problems associated with the violent shaking of a pups head, rubbing at the ears with the paws. Continual scratching and discharge from the ear canal.
I wouldn't try it, not only will it sting but also dry out and irritate the skin surrounding your piercing. Be on the safe side and buy a solution, or use a sea salt soak. :)
yes you can apply both on the ears but i wouldn't recommend putting peroxide inside the ears
This does not mean you are pregnant. This means you have some blue stuff on your ears. You might want to consult a doctor.
Having plugged ears should not cause any of these problems. If you are having these problems, it is most likely the cause of your plugged ears and you should advice from a physician.
alcohol diminishes the ability to distinguish between sounds and perceive their directions.