Organic Jewelry Care Tips

Genuine Honey Amber Plug

Genuine Honey Amber Plug

Organic body jewelry is beautiful and unique. Made of natural, raw materials, these jewelry pieces are very attractive. Most of the organic body jewelry designs are made for ear piercings, particularly stretched piercings. However, that’s not all. Some organic jewelry pieces are specially made for other types of piercing or other body parts (for example, nose piercings).

To make the most of your organic jewelry, you need to know how to take a good care of them. Remember, these are organic, natural materials, so they require a bit different care routine than your metal jewelry in order to make them shine and last for long.

The first thing you need to know before using organic jewelry is that there are many different materials you can use. Unlike metal jewelry, these can’t be sanitized, so you … read more

Organic Materials for Flesh Tunnels and Ear Plugs

Double Helix Spiral

Flesh tunnels and ear plugs are a popular type of jewelry made for stretched piercings. They are most commonly used for stretched earlobes. This jewelry is made in large gauges to accommodate stretched piercings. The best thing about ear plugs and flesh tunnels is the effect they make: they leave the holes open while surrounding them.
Flesh tunnels, just like ear plugs, are made in many different materials. Sometimes, these materials are usual body jewelry metals, such as titanium, surgical steel or 14k gold. However, flesh tunnels and ear plugs are often made of various organic materials. This can give them very special, “earthy” style and it looks very effective. Many different materials, textures and colors add a special touch to your ear tunnels.

Popular Materials

Here is a list of the most common organic materials used for flesh … read more

Bone Paku Pin(s)


Bone Paku Pin

20 Different Designs check out the larger photo. This is a really great piece that is made from genuine bone. Popular for ear piercings and even nipple piercings. It is held in with a slight tapered 14 gauge pin, so no need for o-rings. It comes in one color. This piece has a tribal look that is really nice and available in a ton of different designs, just look at the larger photo.

Why should you opt for Nickel-Free Body Jewelry?

Nickel is a metal that is commonly used and found in eyeglass frames, watches, utensils, paper clips and most importantly in jewelry. Nickel is also one of the most common allergen, i.e many people are allergic to nickel and their bodies react towards the metal, severely. Many people are highly sensitive to Nickel and are in grave danger when exposure to nickel is prolonged. This is a very common problem. Since body piercing involves insertion of jewelry into the body, it is very important that the body jewelry one chooses is absolutely nickel free.

Nickel allergies in body take place mainly due to the contact of wet skin with metal. Water or sweat can break the chemical bonds between nickel ions and cause them to immerse into the body, thereby inducing

Is Organic Body Jewelry the latest Fad?

The tradition of adorning body with beautiful jewelry came into practice during the time of early civilizations. They carved attractive shapes out of organic material such as wood, animal bones, ivory, horns, stones, jade, etc. Therefore, in a way organic body jewelry is a predecessor of metal and surgical steel body piercing jewelry. However, today it is gold, titanium and surgical steel that has gradually become the dominant material for producing body jewelry. So much so, that organic body jewelry is more or less viewed as a symbol of obscure tribal sensibility.