Epidermis

Epidermis is the outer layer of the skin. It can also be called the skin surface and its purpose is to protect the body from infections and other dangers. Epidermis is the layer of the skin that is always punctured during the piercing procedure. The layer under the epidermis is called dermis and it is also often pierced during the piercing procedures. Epidermis and dermis are there to protect the body so it is extremely important to minimize any damage done to them during piercing procedures and other body modifications. Since epidermis is the layer of the skin that regulates the amount of water released, it is important to keep it clean and dry during the healing time of your piercing. This is the only way to prevent infections and other problems that may arise during the healing time.

The epidermis is strong in many ways so it is important to be very careful when puncturing it. This is one of the reasons why only professionals should perform piercings. These people know how to pierce the epidermis to cause the least trauma possible. Proper puncturing also makes for quicker healing and prevents infections and other problems. This is why it’s so important to get pierced by a professional at a reliable piercing studio.