BIOVEA® was created from a passion to improve human wellness worldwide. We create quality, innovative products that deliver positive health outcomes to help enhance everyone’s quality of life. 

Founded in 2001 BIOVEA evolved over the past two decades into one of the most recognized name brands in the Vitamin, Mineral and Supplement category. BIOVEA is considered a pioneer in formulating food supplements for better health and wellness.

Quality: We deliver safe, effective, and trustworthy products that meet consumers’ expectations every time. Our quality assurance program is extensive and industry leading. We perform rigorous quality checks throughout our process from exhaustive supplier qualification screening to the sourcing of the best ingredients. 

Innovation: We are dedicated into research to develop vitamins, minerals, supplements and skincare products that deliver better outcomes for our consumers and improve the quality of their lives.

Customer Service: We focus on developing strong relationships with our customers and promoting a high-performing work environment with a strong commitment to customer service.

Because we feel so strongly about the quality our products, we guarantee your satisfaction with every purchase. 

CHILDREN'S EAR SOOTHING OIL (Alcohol Free) (1oz) 30ml

SKU: 7340
  • Supplement Facts

    Mullein Flower (Verbascum spp.), Coptis Root (Coptis chinensis), Garlic Bulb (Allium sativum), Arnica Flower (Arnica montana) in a base of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea) This pure herbal oil extract is made with the highest quality wild harvested, imported and organic herbs. ALCOHOL FREE
  • Product Directions

    Apply 3-5 drops into affected ear. Repeat every 3 hours or as needed. Best if oil is warmed slightly first, but do not burn ear.
 
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease