Dien Chan tool nº103
  • Detector - Spiked yang ball

    Warming, energizing, drying and activating; the Detector is used to stimulate the bqc·points on the face and the mini spiked yang ball is used to roll the reflex areas.
    It's small size makes it very easy to keep with you, to use whenever needed.


    This versatile tool has a smooth detector at one end and a mini spiked horn ball on the other which is used to stimulate the reflex zones without damaging the skin.

    The smooth, round ended detector is used to stimulate the fixed points, called bqc·points, on the face. Following the chart, apply constant pressure for a few seconds (20-30 generally) to the chosen point. The pressure must be light enough not to damage the skin, but enough to decipher between any pain caused by pressure and the sensitivity of the point.

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  • Therapeutic use

    As well as being used extensively during treatments, the Detector allows us to check the sensitivity of specific areas on the face and deduce the origin of an internal imbalance.
    Once located bqc·point, use a constant pressure for a few seconds on the point to stimulate the associated internal organ. This can be repeated several times, adjusting the pressure (less if it is very painful) to the sensitivity of the point.

    The mini spiked yang ball is used to stimulate the reflex zones, which can be seen on the many diagrams of reflection used in Dien Chan.
    Gently roll back and forth over the zone for 1 or 2 minutes to warm, energize, dry and activate.

    Lumbar pains: With the mini spiked yang ball stimulate the tip of the nose, (the reflex zone of the lower back) for 1 minute and then check to see if it is relieved. If there is still some pain, repeat for 2 more minutes.

    Prostate treatment: Using the mini spiked yang ball, roll all the associated areas as seen on the Dien Chan diagrams of reflection – the hairline in the center of the forehead, the tip of the nose and the bottom of the chin, for one minute each.

  • Empower your treatment

    The Detector is used to locate and activate the fixed, bqc·points on the face.
    To locate: Use gentle pressure to the chosen area; when it is painful, you have found the point.
    To activate: Apply a constant pressure on the point for a few seconds (20-30 generally). The pressure must be light enough not to damage the skin, but enough to decipher between any pain caused by pressure and the sensitivity of the point.
    We recommend using the map of points and looking into a mirror, to practice on your own face.

    ...But of course the best way to discover Multireflexology - Dien Chan is to participate in one or more of our on-going, international training courses📌 where, under the supervision of a qualified teacher you will learn all the aspects of this methodology and be able to practice on real clients.

    📌 For more information on up coming courses in your area go to www.multireflexology.com

  • Esthetic use

    An extraordinary anti-aging tool!
    The Detector allows you to stimulate the bqc·points of the Chan’beauté formulas and apply the corresponding treatments.

    The mini spiked yang ball activates deep microcirculation allowing nutrients that lie in the cells of the Hypodermis to rise and penetrate the dermis. This increases oxygenation, nourishes the skin and rejuvenates.
    To distribute these nutrients, use the mini pronged yin roller nº206 or nº308 the Mini double
    pronged yin roller, depending on the size of the area to be worked.

    Under eye bags: Gently roll back and forth with the mini spiked yang ball on the area just above the cheek bone and below the eye, avoiding the eye itself, for a couple of minutes. Using the mini pronged yin roller nº206, roll the same area for 2 minutes.

    Anti Wrinkle: Use the mini spiked yang ball and roll the area perpendicular to the wrinkle to warm the skin and raise the liquids. Then use the mini pronged yin roller nº206, or the brass toothed cylinder nº219 to disperse the accumulated liquids and toxins.

    Discover the incredible technique of natural esthetics in the official site of Chan'beauté.

  • Tool specifications

    Data sheet nº103.
    Size: 14 x 2 x 2 cm | Weight: 16 grs.
    Made of: natural horn and stainless steel.
    Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.

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    The multireflex tools

    The multireflex tools are handcrafted by local Vietnamese artisans from horn (recovered from farm animals at the end of their natural life), wood and high quality metals. They offer fast, complementary results to both the heath care professional and natural aesthetic beauticians.
    The natural horn, wood and metals used in the manufacture of multireflex tools provide strength, elegance and efficiency.
    The tools are handcrafted to achieve lasting and profound results in facial and body reflexology.
    Much less expensive than cosmetics📌, the multireflex tools are beautiful useful and practical objects. They allow us to obtain very good results by combining their effects according to the care.
    📌 A multireflex tool it is for life while creams last one month!

  • 19 €



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