Now Hear This!

Ear “candling” or “coning” is a natural ear healing technique that dates back to 2500 B.C.  Ancient cultures, including the Egyptians, practiced this therapeutic art which is now experienced around the world.  The purpose of this technique is to clean out accumulated wax and fungus from the ears. 

Through a process called “convection”, softer waxes and toxins will be drawn out of the ear, oxidized and turned into vapors during this holistic procedure.  This procedure lasts about one hour, and two candles will be placed in each ear one after the other.  Ear candling should be performed by a certified massage therapist.

The candles are paraffin cylinders that are gently placed into your outer ear.  The cylinder is then lit at the opposite end and the low flame burns slowly, creating a vacuum which softens and pulls the old wax up the base of the candle.  This process creates a sense of soothing warmth and is painless.  Ear candling is a very relaxing process helping you to hear clearer and feel “cleaned out”.  Ear candling can be done once a month, or once every couple of months to keep your wax build up normal.  For more severe cases, once every two weeks is enough time between sessions to allow natural wax to replenish itself.  If you can, imagine a hollowed out candle that can remove months and years of impacted and stored ear wax.  Imagine how much better you could feel and hear after this procedure is complete. 

Many people attest to the value and benefits of ear candling; especially those with more wax build up, those who have had previous ear injuries or infections, those who wear hearing aids, those who work outdoors (in a dusty environment), or those who perform in water activities.

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How We Came to Be . . . RIAH Hair Studio In May 2011, the former Salon Rage of Southampton, Pennsylvania relocated to a new space and changed their name to RIAH Hair Studio. RIAH? (pronounced 'Rye-Ah') Yes, it's "hair" spelled in reverse. Donna originally established Salon RAGE in March 1999. The salon delivered comprehensive hair services to the surrounding communities. As a seasoned beauty industry professional for over 29 years, Donna believed in education, not only for her stylists, but for her clients as well. This prompted her to open this first salon where she could foster such a dynamic environment. After 10+ years in Southampton and a desire to move closer to her family, in 2011 she relocated her business to Furlong, Pennsylvania in the heart of Bucks County. Re-emerging as RIAH Hair Studio, Donna has created a modern, contemporary, urban loft design experience located on the corner of York Rd & Edison-Furlong Roads, at the Village Corner in Buckingham Township. RIAH Hair Studio is an intimate boutique salon that is relaxing, comfortable & social, providing the "Right Attitude" from the team resulting in a "Great Experience" for their clients. It's the "RAGE" she carefully develops to this day. The stylists are continually certified in the latest hair techniques (color, cut, design, styles, tools, products, and fashion trends). Their clients, female, male, young or mature, enjoy the benefits of this extensive training. Additionally, they are taught how to re-create and maintain their RIAH experience until the next appointment. It makes RIAH Hair Studio stand out as one of the most referred-to salons in Bucks County! When we have the opportunity to see you in our new space, we'll provide you with the "Right Attitude & Great Experience" as we have always strived to do. Happy Day! from Donna & the Team at RIAH Hair Studio View all posts by RIAH Hair Studio

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