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Data sheet nº207.
Size: 15 x 5 x 3 cm | Weight: 55 grs.
Made of: natural horn, mimosa wood, brass and stainless steel.
Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.
The tools of Dien Chan
Eco-friendly, multireflex tools are hand-crafted from natural horns from traditional farming so that no animal suffers or is bred for its antlers.
Your instruments become authentic jewels of health thanks to the biological properties (antiseptic and antistatic) of the horn which does not disturb the cutaneous microbiota unlike the polluting plastic.
We also use high-quality materials such as mimosa wood for medium and large handles and premium metals.
True multireflex tools deliver fast and deep results for both health professionals and natural aesthetics.
By reactivating the blood and lymphatic microcirculation, we rebalance the energy flow in two complementary ways:
— The yin effects disperse, refresh and encourage the natural process of hydration.
— Yang tools allow you to concentrate, tone, heat and dry.
— Their actions improve the penetration index and reinforce the active ingredients of the products used thereafter.
Much less expensive than cosmetics📌, multireflex tools are beautiful objects effective and practical in consultation as also to have them on all the time.
We no longer count testimonies of individuals and professionals conquered in Europe and North America.
📌A multireflex tool is for life, while a cream only lasts a month!
Yang concave - Smooth yin
For use on the face or body with both yin and yang effects, this tool is very useful for treating inflammation of small joints.
Its smooth sphere can be used for eye treatments.
With a concave yang cylinder at one end and a smooth copper yin ball on the other, this can used on the face or body. It adapts perfectly to the curves of the face and allows stimulation of finger joints, neck muscles and ankle tendons.
Its smooth yin sphere can be used to give gentle massages to the eyelids and other delicate areas of the face that require cooling to alleviate pain.
Roll the smooth yin sphere for 2 minutes over the suggusted reflexology areas to dissipate heat and relieve tension.
Roll the concave cylinder for 3 minutes over the affected joints. Its ergonomic design allows it to adapt to the natural shape of jaw reflex area of the face.
On affected areas, roll for 1 minute, check for improvement and continue stimulating the area for up to 3 minutes. The combination of rolling and bending improves lubrication of the joints, increasing flexibility of the stimulated area.
Empower your treatment
Rolled for 3 minutes on each finger, the concave yang cylinder quickly relieves joint pain. Its ergonomic form fits nicely over the rounded parts of the body.
In traditional Chinese medicine, the main energy meridians begin or end in the fingers and the toes. This tool allows us to easily reactivate the energy flow of the meridians without a deep knowlege of Chinese medicine techniques.
For example, to treat disorders of the feet or bladder (reflected on the chin), begin stimulating at the chin and working towards the angle of the mandible on each side. The anatomy of the tool adapts perfectly to all unique jaw sizes.
The texture of the smooth yin sphere maximizes surface area contact on the skin. For example, to treat eye tension, massage gently around the eye and over the eyelid.
Highly recommended for working on imperfections around the eyes or a double chin.
Use of the concave cylinder is also effective on the brow, aiding in relaxation and treating drooping eyelids.
The smooth sphere is works best in unison with the spiked yin roller of tool (nº206). Its cooling properties balance the effects of treatments that cause heat or redness.
Little yin-yang hammer nº128
Highly recommended for stress management, neck tension and migraines, the Little yin~yang hammer is a well rounded tool that offers fast relief.
For students and beginners it is an alternative tool to detectors for stimulating the
bqc·points on the face.
How to take care of your tools
Instructions on the page:Care.Multireflex.com