Help protect the environment with this earth-friendly ear cleaning tool that’s completely biodegradable, compostable & sustainable. The EarTül is a brilliant, practical instrument used by the people of China & Japan for generations.
This tool is not only beneficial for the environment but also for your health. Using conventional cotton buds, you tend to push the wax into your inner ear and this may cause problems and could damage the tender tissue of the eardrum.
It also has a decorative bead on the end with a string. This added feature allows you to hang the EarTül somewhere to avoid the tip touching anything, keeping it extra clean. The bead comes in a variety of colours allowing you to distinguish yours from the rest of your family’s EarTüls!
You may not have realised that by using the conventional cotton buds you tend to push the wax into the inner ear and this may cause problems and could damage the tender tissue at the eardrum.
Use once or twice a week to remove earwax visible at the entrance of the ear.
Scrape out the earwax gently with the spoon-shaped end of the EarTül.
Do not go into the inner ear! Earwax is actually an asset to your body because it protects the eardrum, so keep it clean only when it becomes unsightly. Once you’ve used the EarTül, wipe with a cloth or tissue.
CHILDREN: Must be handled by an adult, very gently.
F.E.T.E. EarTul Single
F.E.T.E (From Earth To Earth, pronounced fate) believe it’s important to raise awareness of pollution issues and encourage people to help minimise our collective impact on the earth in any way they can.
Like Eco Valley, they believe they can help by providing every day products crafted using natural and sustainable resources; resources that come as direct FROM the EARTH as possible which can then – after it’s usefulness has passed – return TO the EARTH as part of the natural and ecological order of things.
F.E.T.E.® additionally support The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organisation (LAEO), a charity whose mission is to reverse the decline of the plant and animal kingdoms and our environment through education and implementation of effective solutions.