What is The Initial Healing Time?

Initial Healing TimeThere are some things you should expect after getting your piercing done. While most people are scared of piercing pain during procedure, it’s important to know that the procedure is just the first step. Once it’s done and you have your new piercing, the healing time starts.

It’s vital to understand how critical and important healing time is for the well being of your piercing and your health in general. This is why it’s important to perform aftercare carefully and to stick to all of the instructions proposed by your piercer.

The Initial Healing Time

The most critical time is the initial healing time. This time starts right after the procedure is done and lasts for weeks, depending on the piercing in question. Out of this time, the most dangerous are the first hours and days after getting your … read more

A Short Guide to Piercing Healing

Tongue piercingIf you are a piercing enthusiast or if you are looking forward to your first piercing it is always useful to know a bit about different stages and phases of piercing healing. This is a good way to understand the whole piercing process and how your piercings heal. Knowing about these things will not only help you perform better aftercare but will also help you recognize any potential problems with your piercing.

Stages of Piercing Healing

Keep in mind that your body treats any piercing as a wound. As such, it will always try to heal it. The jewelry inserted into your new piercing will prevent the wound to close, so it will instead heal around the inserted object. This way, a healed piercing becomes an open hole you can use to insert your body jewelry.

There are several main … read more

Piercings: What to Expect

Piercings What to ExpectThere are some normal things you can expect from your piercing after getting the procedure done. All piercings go through several phases: initial healing time (right after the procedure), healing and healed piercing.

In order to take a good care of your piercing and avoid any problems it’s vital to know what to expect from your piercing at each of these stages.

After the Procedure

It is normal to experience some pain and discomfort right after having your piercing done. Swelling (localized on the spot around your new piercing), some bleeding, tenderness and light bruising are all normal and are not a cause for concern.

If you experience pain and other discomfort during the first hours after getting your piercing done, you can take a painkiller to ease the pain. Do not be concerned: this discomfort, swelling and … read more

Cleaning Solutions for Your New Piercing

H20cean Piercing Aftercare Spray

H20cean Piercing Aftercare Spray

Cleaning is an integral part of piercing care. When you get pierced, your new piercing will start to heal, and the healing process is crucial for the future of your piercing. If you want to have beautiful and attractive piercing (and, even more importantly, if you want your piercing to be safe and healthy) you need to follow aftercare instructions carefully and take a good care of your healing piercing. It’s also important to keep your body jewelry clean.

Cleaning is one of the most important things you need to perform during the aftercare. It’s very important to keep the piercing hygienic. It’s therefore important to have a quality, body safe cleaning solution for your piercings. You need to be careful: many commercial cleaning products are just not suitable for piercing care.

Good Cleaning Solutions

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Oral Piercing Aftercare Tips

Oral PiercingHere are some basic aftercare instructions for your oral piercings. As usual, the best thing to do is to listen to your piercer carefully and to apply all the aftercare measures your piercer recommends. This is yet another reason why you should always find an experienced, reliable piercer: you will need to be informed about all of the appropriate aftercare and safety measures you need to perform during healing.

Remember: healing time is crucial for your piercing. You need to perform adequate aftercare measures and to follow some common safety tips, to ensure your piercing heals nicely and without any problems.

Oral piercings are often tricky because part of the wound is typically located inside your mouth. As such, it may pose a problem, especially during eating and chewing. Oral piercings such as tongue piercing or labret piercings (lip, … read more

Piercing Healing Time

Piercing Different piercings have different healing times. It’s also important to remember that the exact healing time for any piercing is highly individual and depends on many factors, such as the piercing size and depth, jewelry, aftercare, and other factors.

However, it’s also important to know the average healing time for different piercings. While any healing time chart should be taken as information only (because each piercing is different), it’s important to know what to expect when it comes to healing time.

A Healing Piercing

After you get pierced, your body will treat the new piercing as a wound. However, this wound can’t heal the way wounds usually do, because there is an object inside the hole. Therefore, your body has to work to accommodate it, so the piercing wound heals around the object. A fully healed piercing heals around … read more

Piercing and Tattoo Aftercare – Advice You Shouldn’t Ignore

The healing process is the most important process in a body modification. The healing time defines how the end product is going to be accepted into the body, look and feel.  When leaving the shop after getting a tattoo or a body piercing jewelry, instructions are handed out for aftercare. Majority of the clients that receive this aftercare instruction sheet will either not follow it or lose it. Those who do follow and don’t lose the instructions on the aftercare for their new modification have a much greater chance that their new addition to their body will heal correctly without problems.

 

Prevent Infection & Prolong Lifespan of a Body Modification with proper aftercare

 

Whether it is a new piercing, a tattoo, or implants keeping the area clean is the most important thing in preventing infection. Most infections … read more