The other week I was sent 3 different ear plugs to review from BioEars & ClearEars and I couldn’t wait to try them all out properly.
ClearEars water absorbing ear plugs
The first ones I tried was ClearEars water absorbing plugs. In the pack were 5pairs of ClearEars and a water resistant carry case.
ClearEars dry and relieve water logged ears. Whether you’re swimming, bathing or showering these clear water straight away from the ears. I never knew you could get something like this before or I would have bought these way before now. I absolutely hate water in my ears. It all started when I was younger and I had regular swimming lessons every week and had really bad trouble with water in my ears. Ever since then I hate water in my ears cause of the fear of water getting trapped in them like when I was younger. These are perfect for me and there actually really easy to use and are really comfortable. It explains on the back of the box how to insert them in your ears properly and all you do is leave them in your ears for 5-10 minutes to absorb trapped water then gently remove them and discard after one use. I was really sceptical as to whether these would make but they did straight away. These are a definite must for anyone who like me has problem with trapped water in the ears. What’s even better about these are that ClearEars are made from a material that’s safe and nontoxic to both people and plants, so after you’re finished with them they can be cut up and added to the soil for your house plants to help retain valuable moisture.
BioEars soft silicone earplugs
BioEars soft silicone earplugs
The next ones I tried were the BioEars soft silicone earplugs which help give protection from water and noise. In the pack were 3 reusable pair and a carry case.
Water can be very damaging to the ears leading to ear problems such as Swimmer’s Ear. BioEars help to prevent Swimmer’s Ear by keeping water out of the ears while swimming or bathing. Antimicrobial product protection keeps the earplugs free of microbes which may lead to earplug degradation and may extend usage. BioEars is also very effective as a snore blocker and protects the ears from other harsh noises. BioEars are also the only soft silicone earplug which uses a powerful anti-microbial agent called ACTIValoe.Now these ones I used to help me sleep. I’m a nightmare for my sleep, any little street noise wakes me up which usually means I nearly always get a disrupted night’s sleep. I was a really curious as to whether these would work or not. I thought they either wouldn’t work or would be so uncomfortable in my ears.
I have to say I was really surprised how comfortable the ear plugs were. You could hardly feel them at all and they were easy enough to put in and to take back out. The best thing was that I had the best night’s sleep I’ve had for a while which I couldn’t believe. I never thought they’d actually work as well as they did and another good thing is you can keep reusing them until they get dirty or the stickiness is gone. I used them a few times and every time I had a completely undisturbed night’s sleep. I will definitely be using these every night from now.
SpongeBob ultra-soft earplugs
Lastly were the SpongeBob ultra-soft earplugs. In the pack were 3pairs of earplugs and a carry case.
SpongeBob earplugs help to prevent Swimmer’s Ear by keeping water out of the ears while swimming or bathing. The antimicrobial product protection keeps the earplugs free of microbes which may lead to earplug degradation, and extend usage. They are perfect for sensitive, young ears as they easy mould to the shape of your child’s ear providing a comfortable airtight seal. Apart from protecting the ears against water, there also very effective as a snore blocker and protects the ears from other harsh noises. There reusable and non-allergenic. These ones I actually got my niece to try out. She goes swimming twice a week and once with the school as well and so I thought these would be perfect for her. When I gave her them you’d think all her Christmas’ had come at once (she loves SpongeBob) and she couldn’t wait to help me review them. As she’s old enough to do it herself I let her put the earplugs in but under my supervision. She managed really well and got them in straight away and with no problems. After she’d finished her swimming she was really happy with them and how they protected her ears and asked if she could keep all of them. These are defiantly a must have.