Prevent moisture build-up

Water Sport Ear Rinse


Introducing Stream2Sea Water Sport Ear Rinse

Stream2Sea Water Sports Ear Rinse is specially formulated to gently cleanse and safeguard your ears after swimming in freshwater, saltwater, or chlorinated pools. Enriched with protective oregano & soothing lavender oils. Whether you’re a frequent swimmer, scuba diver, surfer, or simply enjoy being in the water, our ear drops are your go-to solution for maintaining ear health.

Why Choose Stream2Sea Ear Rinse?

Stream2Sea is trusted by swimmers and water enthusiasts, and is considered to be the Marine Professional’s Choice. Developed by avid scuba diver and cosmetic chemist Autumn Blum, our Water Sports Ear Rinse offers soothing and reliable protection against moisture buildup to keep your ears dry and comfortable. Try now and dive back into the water with confidence!

Ocean Bound Plastic, Vegan
Ingredients: Isopropyl alcohol, Acetum (Vinegar), Glycerin, Origanum Vulgare (Oregano) Leaf Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil
  • Tilt your head to one side and gently insert 4-5 drops into the ear.
  • Keep your head tilted for a moment and massage in.
  • Use a tissue if needed to wipe the excess.
  • Repeat as needed after swimming or water exposure.
  • Do not use in cases of ear perforation or after ear surgeries. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
  • Caution: Q-tips are not recommended. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
  1. 100% Natural Formula: Our advanced formula includes the perfect blend of alcohol, vinegar and essential oils to support your ears’ health.
  2. Gentle and Soothing: Formulated with ingredients known for their soothing properties, Stream2Sea Water Sport Ear Rinse is gentle, even for frequent use.
  3. Easy Application: The convenient dropper bottle ensures precise application and mess-free usage, making it ideal for use at home or on the go.
  4. Sustainable Packaging: Because we don’t like plastic either, the bottle and cap are made from 100% Ocean Bound plastic, giving those materials a second chance for a better ending.  Please recycle responsibly.

Volume: 1 fl. oz. / 30 ml

Prevent Moisture Build-Up
For Frequent Use
100% Natural Formula

For Frequent Use

Swimmers ear water drying aids are required by the FDA to contain 95% isopropyl alcohol and, if used frequently, this can lead to severe drying and irritation.

Stream2Sea Water Sport Ear Rinse is formulated to cleanse without over-drying your ears.


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Safe For You and Safe For Our Waters

What does tested & proven safe means for our bodies, waters and coral reefs?

Just because the front of the bottle might say it is reef safe does not mean that it is. That is because these terms are not yet regulated. You still need to look at the back, starting with the active ingredients listing. We have also discovered that just because a product is safe for people does not mean it’s safe in an aquatic ecosystem. Modern science has given us many lab tests to determine the safety of cosmetics, but there are currently few scientific lab tests to see if products are harmful to fish, coral and other aquatic life. We put Stream2Sea products through numerous studies to prove our safety, and believe that our products are the safest on the market for all your water, reef and outdoor activities.

Biodegradability Tests

It is important to know that just because a product is biodegradable for example, a biodegradable sunscreen, does not mean that it is non-toxic. To be considered ‘readily biodegradable’, the product must break down into its natural state from 60-80% in 28 days. Stream2Sea products are readily biodegradable in fresh and salt water.

Reef and Marine Life Safety Tests

Swimming behavior with Stream2Sea biodegradable mineral sunscreen is relatively unaffected, whereas the competitor sunscreen most definitely altered the fish’s swimming behavior.