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ear candle

n vela de oído
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Ear candling, which involves inserting a long, hollow, wax-covered cone into the ear canal and lighting the other end of it, is another method that can be dangerous.
This does not just apply to Q tips, but also syringes with water and ear candling. Cotton buds will do nothing but push wax further into the ear canal because they are too big and blunt to scoop the dirt out.
Another treatment, hopi ear candling, is useful for people who suffer colds and headaches.
A: O-T-C products, ear candling and irrigation/manual extraction by a doctor are the current treatment options.
And they debunk ear-related myths ranging from the notion that exposure to loud noise strengthens the ear, to the idea that tinnitus can be cured with nutrients, and urge readers to stop using ear candling or Q-tips to get rid of wax.
Even more dangerous is ear candling; putting a hollow candle into the ear that is burning at one end risks serious injuries such as hearing loss, ear canal burns and hair fires.
During the checks, the Municipality also warned against ear candling treatment, an alternative therapeutic procedure that beauty centres are not authorised to offer.
"Customers should stop by our booth for an ear candling demonstration, a chance to see our new products and the opportunity to grab some samples," says Daniel Fox, marketing director for the Auburn, Calif.-based company.
Special holiday offers are Foot + Hand Indulgence at PHP 1,700++ and Ear Candling + Back Massage at PHP 800++.
This beauty service is ear candling which removes unwanted debris from the ears' inner - which doesn't sound to0 pleasant - but afterwards you are guaranteed to feel refreshed.
Ear candling is a method of ear wax removal in which the tapered end of an ear candle is inserted into the ear while the other end of the candle is lit.
The practice of ear candling - yes, ear candling - involves putting a lit, cone-shaped candle inside your ear.