When you insert the ear buds for cleaning the ear canal, it usurps the natural process of removing wax and may lead to its increased production.
Ear wax is one of those fluids that are out of sight, and therefore out of mind. That is, until you put a stick for cleaning ears, actually we are not aware how much they are really clean, but the last thing you should do is just that, to put these cotton sticks in your ears.
Here’s the question, ear wax is created by cerumen, which is in charge of the skin in the ear to be damp, and dead skin cells from the ear canal that is released as everything else in our body. And you may not always seem so, but our ears are designed to clean themselves, pushing the wax out of the ear.
However, when you insert the ear buds, it usurps the natural process of removing wax and may lead to its increased production. Moreover, in this way you can push the wax deeper into the ear and create a blockage that must be removed by a doctor.
Given this, you can forget all the other ways to of cleaning your ears.
However, there is one thing that you can do to remove the wax from your ears. Put a little hydrogen peroxide before you go in to take a bath. The peroxide will turn the wax into a liquid and will help you wash it.
Sometimes dry skin in the ear canal can lead to accumulation of wax in the ears. If you are going on this, put a few drops of mineral oil every day in the ear to help hydration.