- How it works
During ear candling, the person lies on their side while someone inserts the end of the cone inside their ear. The top of the cone is then set on fire and left to burn for a few minutes.
- The Process
This technique involves placing a hollow candle soaked in beeswax or paraffin inside the ear. The far end of the candle is lit and the heat allegedly produces suction that is supposed to draw out the ear wax, debris and bacteria from inside the ear canal. At the end of ear candling, what’s left are the candle stub and a dark substance thought to be ear wax.
- Why we love it
Enjoyable sensation of relief.