"Indian" ear candles
Used for centuries, ear candles are a very effective way to naturally clean the ear and get rid of impurities. The origin of this technique is attributed to the Hopi Indians of Arizona, however it is also found in Asia.
Set of two ear candles
Use: Do not do it alone! Keep a glass of water handy to extinguish the candle. Insert the candle, extinct end, into the ear canal with a slight twisting movement, just enough to prevent the smoke from escaping from below. It is desirable to follow the direction of the external auditory canal. Hold the candle between your fingers. All this done very gently because in no case should the candle hurt, neither when inserting nor during combustion. We gently remove the candle, when the flame reaches 7 cm from the ear (height of the line) then extinguish it in the glass of water. With a cotton swab, gently clean the accumulated residue. We avoid pushing the residue into the ear.