Elyse Dickerson and Joe Griffin

Elyse Dickerson and Joe Griffin 

Multimillion-dollar Fort Worth biotechnology company Eosera announced Sept. 24 that it is not only expanding the line of products, but also moving to a facility that is double the size of the previous location, and hiring four new team members in three different capacities.

Eosera’s impressive rapid and successful expansion in the ear care category is no surprise to CEO Elyse Dickerson, the company said in a news release.

“Our innovative products are bringing new customers to the ear care aisle, which translates into incremental growth,” she said in the announcement.

The company growth and consumer demand are at an all-time high. In consumer market research done by Eosera in 2019, 77% of 25-44-year-olds reported that they were motivated to buy Eosera products to keep ears clean and healthy on a routine basis.

In September 2019, Eosera developed two new products to the growing ear care line, EAR CLEAN MD™ and EAR ITCH MD® NIGHTTIME. These products will debut in late fall.

EAR CLEAN MD™ is meant to be dissolved into warm water and cleans the outer ear canal from unwanted wax, oils and debris and moisturizes to help reduce irritation. EAR CLEAN MD™ can be used regularly for those interested in keeping up with routine ear hygiene, the company said.

EAR ITCH MD® NIGHTTIME is made of essential and naturally occurring oils to soothe and relieve itchy ears. Meant to be used at night for chronically itchy ears, EAR ITCH MD® NIGHTTIME demonstrated an improved look and feel of the ear canal, the news release said.

Eosera also announced its move to a larger facility that doubles the size of its warehouse and manufacturing space. All manufacturing of Eosera’s products are done in-house.

The new location is 5000 S. Freeway in Fort Worth, Texas.

Eosera’s team added four new members in the capacity of manufacturing, marketing, and supply chain.

Eosera Inc. is a majority woman-owned biotech company committed to developing innovative products that address underserved healthcare needs. It is an affiliate of Conscious Capitalism, the company said.

Eosera’s products are currently available at CVS and Rite Aid stores nationwide, and online at Amazon.


– FWBP Staff

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