After care advice is crucial after any treatment.
Short term advice
- Try to rest after the treatment, try to avoid driving or operating machinery.
- There could possibly be an increased discharge of cerumen;it may be necessary to protect delicate pillowcases as the ear wax can stain.
- Keep the face and the neck warm to aid the effects of the treatment.
- Try to avoid poking anything in to the ears such as cotton buds etc.
- Try to drink atlas 2 litres of water to aid the flushing of toxins; swallowing also stimulates the Eustachian tube.
Long Term Advice
- Try not to play music players to loud.
- Always make sure any earplugs or ear speakers are kept clean and are never shared between others.
- Wear earplugs or ear speakers in noisy or dirty environments, remove and clean them often to allow the ear contents to stabilise.
Fun facts About Ear Candling
- Ear Candling’s origination is as diverse as China, Egypt, the pre-Columbian Americas, Tibet, the mythical city of Atlantis.
- Ear Candles are made of unbleached cotton or linen, soaked in wax (i.e., paraffin or beeswax) and shaped into a hollow cone or cylinder.
- Interesting benefits about ear candling are:
- relieves sinus pressure and pain
- cleanses the ear canal
- improves hearing
- assists lymphatic circulation
- regulates pressure
- purifies the mind
- strengthens the brain
Recommended Products To Use
- Clarins Relax Bath and Shower Concentrate – £20.00