Dien Chan tool nº219
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  • Small rake - Toothed brass cylinder

    The small size of this essential yin tool makes it easy to carry around and works best to relieve migraines, heatstroke, hot flushes, etc. Also very useful in calming and combating insomnia.

    Combining a mini rake with 5 rounded spikes and a toothed brass cylinder, the mini rake – yin cylinder is ideal for facial treatments.
    The size of the roller adapts to the contours of the face and hands.
    It is a very gentle tool, ideal for fine, delicate skin.

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  • Therapeutic use

    Stimulate the multi-reflexology areas described with the mini yin rake for about 3 minutes. In the case of chronic disorders, apply about 50 times, twice a day, to the neccesary reflex area.
    With the toothed yin cylinder, roll gently along the multi-reflexology area for about 4 minutes with smooth strokes, similar to applying makeup.
    Check for improvement and repeat the treatment as necessary.

  • Empower your treatment

    Its yin effects help to bring down body temperature and treat headaches.
    For example, liver problems can be treated by stimulating the reflex area of the liver (on the diagram of the internal organs) by using the mini rake.
    Gently rake the left half of the forehead for about 3 minutes to induce sleep and can prevent nightmares for small children.
    To lower cholesterol levels, we recommend raking and rolling the reflex area of the liver.
    The yin cylinder can be used to treat dry skin problems and relieve burns and sunstroke.
    Stimulate the multi-reflexology areas gently to prevent damaging the skin.

    Study the diagrams with the Faceasit App. Direct link to AppStore (—›click‹—).

  • Esthetic use

    Prepare the zone with a tool with yang effects. Then distribute nutriments with the mini comb of the tool. The toothed cylinder is used to roll around scars and wrinkles before applying a night cream.

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

    www.ChanBeauté.com
  • Tool specifications

    Data sheet nº219.
    Size: 12 x 2 x 2 cm | Weight: 30 grs.
    Made of: natural horn, stainless steel and brass.
    Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.

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    A balanced, essential tool generally used for facial and natural beauty treatments, it can also be very useful for treating smaller body parts, including the fingers.

    How to take care of your tools

    Instructions on the page:

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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!

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