Dien Chan tool nº252
  • Beauty-brush

    This is the essential Chan'beauté tool for giving a toning massage at any time. Ideal for combating skin blemishes and fatigue.

    The brush has round-tipped teeth, 5 mm long (0,2 in.). The other end is a smooth copper cylinder, 1.5 cm wide (0,6 in.). This very small tool is easy to carry and is great at providing a quick massage to rebalance the reflex areas.

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  • Therapeutic use

    We recommend beginning a multireflexology treatment with the yang brush. Massage the indicated area in small circles for about 2 minutes to relax the facial muscles.
    Once the area is relaxed, roll the yin cylinder over it for 2 minutes. This nourishes and rebalances blood flow. The process can be repeated up to three times.

  • Empower your treatment

    The teeth on the brush provide a precise, deep stimulation on small surfaces. The effect is similar to that of a manual massage on large muscles, allowing you to massage small areas on the face.
    For example, to treat teeth grinding, jaw clenching or muscle tension in the face, massage in small circles for 2 minutes.
    This tool is also recommended for reflexology massage of the large intestine to relieve constipation. For joint pain in the hands, best results are acheived by stimulating the reflex zone in Penfield’s diagram.

    All diagrams are available in the App Faceasit with explanations and their relation between points, anatomy and reflex zones on the face. Check the user-guide at en.Faceasit.com.

  • Esthetic use

    This is an essential tool in natural beauty treatments.
    It has a wide variety of applications, offering both yin and yang effects. It can be used to treat wrinkles, tighten and tone the face. It has the added benefit of reducing blemishes and other imperfections.
    This is a very effective tool for treating sagging eyebrows through combining the stimulation of the brush with the massage of the yin cylinder.
    The brush tones the muscle to recover its original position, and the smooth cylinder activates nutrients to firm and tighten the muscle and skin.

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

  • Tool specifications

    Data sheet nº252.
    Size: 12 x 2 x 1 cm | Weight: 40 grs.
    Made of: natural horn, stainless steel and brass.
    Manufacturing: sustainable handicraft.

    Complementary tool

    [307] Double mini yang ball

    multireflex #307

    Easy to use on the face and body to relieve muscle tension, joint pain, stiffness, and for warming the extremities.
    It can be used to treat wrinkles, tone, and to combat fluid retention. On oily skin, use before applying any cosmetic products.

    How to take care of your tools

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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!

  • 27 €



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