How to Prevent Infections

Prevent InfectionsInfections are among the most common problems with body piercings. While it’s important to note that most piercings never get infected, it’s also vital to remember that any piercing, even the well-established one, can get infected at any point. New piercings, piercings in healing and newly-stretched piercings are at a higher risk of infection, but you need to remember that any piercing can get infected, any time.

Infections are Nasty

Infections are bothersome even when they are not serious. When they are serious, they can endanger your health, so it’s important to seek medical help immediately. Infections are not something to ignore or treat as unimportant. While you should not panic if you notice your piecing infecting, you should not ignore the problem.

One tricky thing with infections is that they can go unnoticed for a long time and … read more

How to Treat Piercing Infections

Infected PiercingPiercing infections are uncomfortable. While they are a common problem with body piercings it’s vital to remember that most piercings do not get infected. Proper procedure and proper aftercare will prevent most infections. It means you have to choose your body piercing studio and your piercer carefully, and it also means you should clean your new piercing regularly and perform all aftercare instructions.

That being said, infections do happen from time to time. The good news is that most of them are not serious and can be treated easily. However, it’s vital to know that infections can pose a serious risk for your health so you should always treat them seriously.

Seek Medical Help

If you think you might have an infection in your piercing, it’s best to contact your doctor. Do not try to heal yourself on your own: … read more

Is it Body Jewelry Cheap, or just Cheap Body Jewelry?

Ball To Small and curve to Short

Ball is To Small, and the Curved Barbell is to Short

Why are there so many different prices on Body Jewelry for what all appears to be the exact same thing? You’ve heard it over and over again,
“you get what you pay for”, well it is true.
Usually a ring that is $0.99 is simple not even close to the same quality of a ring that is $11. Now I don’t mean to say that the price tells the whole truth, because there are companies that will sell that same $0.99 ring to you for $11, but it is one indicator to look at. At the very least you need to realize that if 10 companies have their ring priced at $8 to $12 and another company has what seems to be the same ring for $1.99 or whatever, … read more