Ear candling is an ancient practice that answers the question of how to clean earwax. Candles are usually 8-10 inches in length. They are hollow and made from cloth. The flame at the top heats the hollow candle enough to cause air to escape and create a vacuum in the ear canal. It is very simple and requires only a little help from another person.
What to do?
How to clean earwax using earwax candles First, choose a location where you can comfortably perform the task. All the necessary items such as cotton swabs and lighters, match boxes, paper plates, and paper plates are available nearby. Place your blocked ear so that it faces up. Make a small slit in middle of the paper plate. Place the ear candle through it. The tip of the candle should stick out about 4-5 inches.
Any wax or debris that falls will be caught on the paper plate. Next, stick the ear wax candle in your ear. You should not forcefully put the ear wax candle in your ears. Then, light the ear candle by the wide end. After the ear wax candle has burned for approximately one inch, ask the assistant to assist you in taking the candle out. After the candle has been removed, you should cut off its charred tip.
Place the lit candle in your ear again. Continue to do this until the candle is about 4-5 inches from the paper plate. Now take the candle out of your ear, and extinguish it. Are you afraid to try it? In wellness centers and spas, ear candling sessions can be done. However, you can also purchase a “do it yourself” kit of ear candles.
Ask for help from a friend, or a professional. Follow the instructions on the package. Have your ears checked. Healthy ears are ideal for this procedure. People who have had ear surgery should avoid this procedure. Ear candles can be used to remove ear wax. Ear candling is a simple and effective method that has many benefits. It is a great way to remove ear wax and fluid buildup.