& Maintenance

Eco-responsible & artisanal manufacturing

As you have noticed by reading this file, we offer a wide variety of body and facial accessories, in order to adapt perfectly to all anatomy and to the face.

Instruments of elegance and precision, the multireflex tools meet professional needs and enrich your daily gestures of beauty and well-being while taking care of your health.

In addition, the collection we present is a superb showcase of the extraordinary skills of our craftsmen. Each piece is meticulously crafted and exudes excellence, bearing the hallmarks of a tradition we have been carrying on since 2011.

Each tool personalises your talent and expresses your individuality.


Manufactured to the highest standards and designed to adapt perfectly to the contours of the face and body, our Dien Chan tools are made from natural horns, mimosa wood, bamboo and use high-end metals.

They offer a combination of harmonious tones that transform them into unique health jewels.

Among the noble and recyclable materials, we prefer the natural horn recovered from traditional agriculture so that no animal is harmed or bred for this purpose. Its antistatic and antiseptic properties and its high vibratory frequency reconnect with thousand-year-old therapeutic uses.

And since in Dien Chan and Chan❜beauté, we strive to always restore the energy balance, it seemed consistent to us to favour only eco-responsible manufacturing instruments.

How to maintain your tools?

In use, it sometimes happens that certain instruments squeak a little. To avoid this inconvenience, we advise you to put a drop of essential oil on their axes.

Place a drop on your finger to apply it to each end of the axis that supports the sphere or roller.

To pass between the balls that are too close together on certain body models, use a cotton swab soaked in oil to grease the two axes more easily.

Bamboo Ova bar

To wash them

After each use, it is recommended to wash the multireflex tools with soapy water to prevent the contagion of skin diseases.

Several processes are available to you to clean your Dien Chan and Chan❜beauté instruments.

  • Brush them with soap and water or with a mild alcohol solution.

  • Dip the extremities in direct contact with the skin in a diluted alcohol solution or a solution of water and baking soda.

Avoid products that are too aggressive with the horn, as this could dry it out so much that it would end up cracking.

Some of our students are forced to use ultraviolet rays because they work in a hospital environment. We have not had any negative feedback for this practice.

If you're treating someone with really spotty, oily skin, feel free to roll your tool on a disinfectant wipe.

It is especially the stainless steel instruments that must be cleaned between each patient, because the horn and the brass have natural antibacterial properties which allow you to simply rinse.

💥 But be careful with strong alcohol solutions and liquids that are too hot. The use of lukewarm soapy water is usually sufficient.

⛔️ We do not recommend the use of disinfection devices which heat up and which can deform your tools.


I have some tools that are over 10 years old and have lost some of their shine. I ventured to coat them with an essential oil whose smell I like and I am pleasantly surprised by the good result. I observe that the horn is less split and by polishing it with a chamois leather it has regained its luster.

A nice web page with details on each part of the tool is available at

✔︎ Remember that each instrument has a complete advice sheet accessible by typing in your browser, its number followed by “.multireflex”.

Example: for the Double yang ball nº410:

To restore the shine

Brass tools (known as "yin copper") can lose their luster over time. Submerge them for a few hours in a dilution of water and baking soda. Then brush them with a few drops of fresh lemon to recover their natural golden splendor. .

Reduce noise pollution

Little video to help you when your instrument squeaks...