Ear cleaning the Asian way is easy to adopt.
The following is my recommended ear cleaning routine. Feel free to create your own flow once you get familiar with the tools.
Choose a safe and quiet place for ear cleaning. A comfortable reclining position works best. Use a good focused light that lets you see into the ear.
In the beginning, always ask for feed-back. "How do you feel?", "Do you like this?" to assure an enjoyable session.
The foldable shaver is designed to trim hairs around the outer ear. It's one of my favorite tools as the trimming provides a sensational audible feeling.
Install a replaceable blade to dry shave the ear hairs. The aim is to trim long hair and keep things neat.
The essential, traditional Asian ear cleaning tool. Use it to spoon soft, hard or flaky ear wax out.
Highly flexible tool. Use it to safely and gently remove debris from any place in the ear. You can actually feel the debris, due to its fineness.
Slightly bent the head of the blade and brush against places that need attention and remove ear wax. You can also twirl cotton around the tip and sweep off debris.
If your ears haven't had proper care for a long time, it is often the case that you will find large clumps of earwax mixed with hair and dirt. Use this two pronged tool to pick up large earwax or debris of buildup.
Pick and remove loose debris from the outer ear area with this precision tweezer. Do NOT use this tool inside the ear canal.
Massage the entire front and back surface of your ears.
The procedure is extremely relaxing because ear massage stimulates your blood circulation.
In Vietnam this tool is also used for the legendary “Eyelid Massage”. Watch the video on our blog.
Rotate the puff and sweep the ears surfaces. A moment that truly can be described as intercourse for your ear.
Fold the ear lobe and then the upper ear over the ear channel. Gently tap the back of your finger. This sets everything in balance and indicates to the recipient that the cleaning is finished.