1 Session $35(30mins)
3 Sessions $30(save $15)
While the body must produce ear wax to prevent infection, sometimes excessive wax is produced, causing discomfort. Ear candling not only removes wax and cleanses the ear, but stimulates the body’s natural ability to reduce chronic ear wax congestion.
In this treatment, you will be laying on your side with your ear facing up. The candle used is hollow and in the shape of a cone to drop wax into the ear drum. The unlit part of the candle will be placed in your ear canal, while the lit end is at the top of the candle. Excess earwax is drawn out of the ear canal, as the beeswax is removed. Doing this, it creates a negative pressure which is used to draw out excessive wax, toxins, and debris that are affecting your mental and physical health. The candle is placed in each ear separately. This procedure will cleanse both ears in a short amount of time.
Benefits of Ear Candling
This procedure includes a variety of health benefits and is considered more effective and safer than ear syringing. There also isn’t any pressure on your ear drums. The treatment will cleanse the ears of excessive wax and improve hearing. The wax helps remove sinus pressure, as the ears and nose are connected. Lastly, the ear candling procedure eliminates noises in the ears, improves lymphatic circulation, and regulates pressure for your ears.
In order to achieve the best results for the clearing of accumulated debris, three sessions of ear candling is recommended. The three sessions will be spaced out three to seven days apart.
Ear candling is not intended to be used as a medical treatment for ear disorders. It is NOT intended to cure any medical ailment or disease. Ear candling is an alternative method that has been used around the world for centuries.
Ear Candling should not be done in the following situations:
Recent ear surgery, head or neck injury
Tumors of the ear
Perforated ear drum, artificial ear drums
Cysts in the ear
Ear drains (tubes) are present
Mastoiditis (inflammation of the bone behind the ear) in its acute phase