Summer is here, and along with it, the perfect time for a swim! Of course, if you are prone swimmer’s ear it can be a different story. Swimmer’s ear is an external, non-contagious ear canal infection. Water trapped in the ears can ┬áirritate the skin or cause infection. Doctors generally prescribe antibiotic treatments, and also have patients keep out of the water for 10 – 14 days. That’s 14 days of fun in the sun lost! Try AquaNots! AquaNots prevent moisture from entering the ear canal. They are optimal for swimming, water sports, and showering to prevent infection. AquaNots float and feature finger grips for easy removal. You can choose from a multitude of colors, and if you can’t decide, you can swyrl up to three colors! Now, that is fun in the sun!