There are really only a maximum of 6 main companies worldwide selling large numbers of ear candles. Essenzza is the only company that offers all of the three safety devices. Other companies may only have one or two.
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) December 12, 2011
Essenzza is a trusted name in the natural health market and its beeswax ear candles have been selling in high numbers since they were introduced. Company chief Paul Saunders explains the high demand for them, “The product is extremely popular with individuals looking for a natural alternative approach to maintain their wellbeing, as opposed to more traditional medical treatments. Many users report tremendous success and pleasure in using ear candles - from sinus problems to loosening ear wax, to tinnitus, to improved sleep patterns and general overall relaxation.” Some consumers have conveyed skepticism over a product that involves fire, but when used correctly, it only brings forth positive results. Contrary to the skeptics’ belief, the practice is actually a tried and tested one.
Ear candles have been around for a long time and people have been using them for general wellness for centuries. However, as modern medicine inched its way to the forefront of the health industry, traditional practices soon started fading into obscurity. Nevertheless, mainstream medicine’s focus on drugs and surgery did not agree well with people who prefer a less intrusive way of healing their bodies. It was for this reason that trends in the health and wellness market in the past decades gave way to alternative methods in healing and achieving optimum wellbeing. Soon Eastern medicine and other global traditional practices garnered a strong following. Ear candling happens to number among the ancient practices that are now regaining popularity all over the world. Users of ear candles are finding that the products are an effective way to tend to their health.
It is true that there are some risks concerning the dripping of wax, but Essenzza has effectively eradicated the problem by means of their ear candles’ safety features. “Essenzza has taken the proactive approach to ensure safety by designing a total of 3 product features, the combined effect of which reduces the risk. These safety features include a safety disk, an inbuilt filter, and a stop mark,” details Saunders. The candle is put into the disk before use to prevent the possibility of dripping wax. Meanwhile, the inbuilt filter within the candle itself also prevents the wax from dripping into the ear. The third feature, the stop mark, is located about an inch from the base and indicates the point where the candle should be extinguished.
“There are really only a maximum of 6 main companies worldwide selling large numbers of ear candles. Essenzza is the only company that offers all of the three safety devices. Other companies may only have one or two,” Saunders adds, pointing out one of Essenzza ear candles’ advantages over the competition.
Customers also appreciate the fact that Essenzza ear candles are made of pure beeswax, as opposed to the beeswax and paraffin wax mixture that other companies produce. The candles are also delicately handmade with due diligence and can be found in all health and pharmacy stores or online.
Ear candling is not only about ear wax removal after all. With the risk effectively dealt with, it is definitely one of the most viable ways to maintain good health.