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
Clean with a cloth soaked in diluted alcohol, or ammonia water (1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 quart of water)
The Yang horn ball, with non-aggressive spikes, reactivates lymphatic and blood micro-circulation without damaging the skin. Its effects are profound and rapid. The yang effects of multireflex tools are also used to relieve pain described as dull and/or deep.
Clean with a cloth moistened with household alcohol or disinfectant wipe.
Yin tools have rounded steel prongs embedded in a ball or roller. Despite the appearance these tools feel very soft, and do not damage the skin. We use yin effects to reduce pain described as acute, precise and hot.
Brass cylinders and balls are yin. Made of an alloy of copper and zinc, which retains the antiseptic properties of brass and are corrosion resistant. Used to reduce wrinkles and facial tension as well as refresh the reflex zones. They can be placed in the refrigerator to boost their yin effect.
The brass toothed roller is yin and is used to treat accumulated tension in the reflex zones. The yin effects combined with micro-vibrations, caused by rolling over the zone, helps distribute fluid and improve micro-circulation.
The smooth ball of this tool offers extreme relaxation of eye tension. Rolling back and forth for just 30 seconds on the eyelid, refreshes and calms. The smooth brass sphere is very popular with beauticians to work around the eyes in Chan’beauté. It can also be used on the liver reflex area to calm an emotional episode.
Clean with a cloth soaked in diluted alcohol, or ammonia water (1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 quart of water).
Manufactured out of natural horn the antiseptic properties allow hygienic use. The non aggressive spikes offer a yang effect and are used to stimulate deep tissue micro-circulation without damaging the skin. Yang stimulation is recommended for disorders described as cold, wet, dull, chronic or scattered.
Clean with soft cloth moistened with household alcohol.
The rollers are used for their yin effect to mobilize superficial lymph and blood micro-circulation. Their small rounded prongs stimulate the reflex zones to better distribute fluids. It is used on the face for disorders described as, hot, dry, concentrated or accute.