First Aid

Johnsons Cotton Buds

£0.99
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Wednesday, 24 April 2024

Size: 100
How to use
  • Pick a single Johnson’s Cotton Bud.
  • Gently insert the swab tip into your ear or nose, making sure not to go too deep for safety.
  • Move the cotton bud around in a circular motion to collect any wax or debris.
  • Once you're done, carefully remove the bud from your ear or nose.
  • Dispose of the used cotton bud in a suitable trash receptacle.
  • Repeat process with a fresh cotton bud for the other ear or nostril if necessary.
  • Remember, the cotton buds are ideally used around the outer surfaces of the ear but should not be inserted deep into the ear canal to avoid damage.
Main Ingredients
  • Pure cotton.
Side Effects & Cautions
Side Effects:
  • While Johnson's Cotton Buds are generally safe, misuse can potentially cause:
  • Ear Damage: Never insert cotton buds into the inner ear. Doing so can cause injury, hearing loss, or a serious infection.
  • Choking Hazard: Small parts may present a choking hazard for infants and small children. Always use with adult supervision and keep out of children's reach.
  • Allergic Reaction: Though rare, it's possible to have an allergic reaction to materials used in the buds. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
  • Please remember that cotton buds are not intended for use in nose or mouth and not to be used for purposes other than cleaning.
Cautions:
  • Do not insert it into the ear canal: Misuse can cause injury.
  • Keep out of reach of children: Small parts can cause choking.
  • Dispose of properly: Do not flush down the toilet, it can cause blockages.
  • Use under adult supervision: If used by children, ensure adult guidance to prevent mishandling.
  • Store in a cool, dry place: Exposure to moisture can degrade the quality and effectiveness of the cotton buds.
  • Do not use if swab is unwrapped, opened or damaged: This could lead to potential infections.
  • Do not re-use: Buds are designed for single use only. Re-using may lead to infection.
Patient Information Leaflet