Your One and Only Guide to Different Body and Facial Piercings

By Tephanie Stephenson / May 28, 2019
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If you are curious about getting a brand new piercing, then you have definitely come to the right place. This is your one and ultimate guide when it comes to piercings,  and we have compiled every single information for you so you would not have to look anywhere else.


What are the Different Types of Facial Piercings?

There are numerous types of facial piercings and today, we are going to talk about what they are.

Eyebrow Piercing

The eyebrow piercing is literally done on the eyebrow area. It is usually located at the end of the eyebrow, but it still depends on the person’s personal preference. Some people tend to get double or multiple ones, depending on their style.


It is a very popular piercing among both boys and girls, especially the ones who have more of an edgy style.

When it comes to eyebrow piercings, the initial hole or piercing may actually be very bearable. However, you have to remember that the piercing is done near the eye area, which is very sensitive. The skin here is thin, which means that you would be able to feel the pain more. As the area begins to swell from the penetration, your pain sensors slowly flare up and the entire area becomes irritated.


The pain that you will experience during the piercing is different from the healing process. During the piercing, you will experience a jolt of pain once the needle pushes through your eyebrow. It is similar to that of a hard pinch – it is a very sharp pain. The healing process has more of that throbbing effect and you can experience your eyebrow area to be red and swollen during this period.

The average cost of an eyebrow piercing is at around $20 – $70, but it still depends on several factors such as the experience of the piercer, the location of their shop, and the jewelry that will be used for the piercing.


Snake Bite Piercing

The snake bite piercing consists of two different types of piercings – one on the left side of the bottom part of the lower lip and one on the right. It is called “snake piercing” simply because it looks like a snake bite.


Both men and women are keen on getting this type of piercing, as it looks good on both genders.


Every type of piercing, either on the face or on the body, will hurt at some point. Fortunately, the initial pain will only last for a few seconds. The pain during the healing period will last for about a week or so, depending on how you take care of it and where the placement of the piercing is.

For the snake bite piercing, you can expect the initial piercing pain to be a little bit more intense. The lips and the area around it are packed with sensitive nerve endings, which is the reason why you will feel more pain compared to other piercings.


Smiley Piercing

The smiley piercing is located inside the mouth. Hold your upper lip, flip it upward, and you will see that little skin that connects the inside of your upper lip to your gums. This is exactly where the smiley piercing is located.

Because of the location of the piercing, it is fairly easy to hide and cover up the piercing. People will surely see it when you smile though, so make sure that your workplace would be okay with the piercing before you proceed on getting it.

Monroe Piercing

The Monroe piercing is a piercing that is done on the upper left side of the top lip. It is some kind of a tribute to the late Marilyn Monroe, which was a huge star back in the 1950s. She has this beauty mark on the upper left side of her top lip, which is kind of her trademark.


Women from all over the world started having the piercing done due to the fact they are in love with the physical attributes of the actress. Now, this isn’t the only reason why this piercing seems popular, though. It has this versatility and uniqueness to it, which is what attracts women (and other men) to the piercing.

Labret Piercing

The labret piercing is usually done on the lower lip. It is located exactly at the center of the lower lip, which classifies it as a facial piercing and not an oral piercing, unlike this one.

The labret stud is what is usually used as a jewelry for the labret piercing. It has three parts: the disk, the bead, and the barbell.

There are different types of labret piercings: the vertical labret, the horizontal labret, the side labret, the double labret, the snake bites, and the viper bites.

Tongue Piercing

The tongue piercing is literally what it is. A puncture or hole is made on the tongue to make way for the jewelry, which will be chosen by you. It is just like any other piercing, except it is done on the tongue and inside the mouth.


Since it is located inside the mouth and it gets wet all the time, it can take a little longer to heal. You also have to follow all of the aftercare instructions given by your piercer to make sure you won’t contract an infection.

There are different types of tongue piercings such as the midline tongue piercing, the side tongue piercing, the snake eyes piercing, the horizontal and vertical tongue piercing, and the frenulum piercing.

Nose Piercings

Piercers and piercing enthusiasts always find new ways to pierce the nose. This means that even you can decide where to get your own nose piercing, as long as your doctor and your piercer says that it is a hundred percent safe to pierce your chosen area.

There are different types of nose piercings: the bridge piercing, nasallang piercing, septril piercing, nostril piercing, high nostril piercing, septum piercing, and vertical tip piercing.

Septum Piercing

Septum piercings all started in India back in the 1500s. Indian women are huge fans of jewelry and piercings, most especially nose piercings. Most women opt for the real deal, wherein they really have their septum pierced to don a beautiful jewelry. For those who are scared of the pain and commitment, they tend to go for the temporary fake ring.

Septum piercings are done on the nose, specifically on the septum. It goes in the center of the tip of your nose, exactly between your nostrils. The needle will go through the skin on one side and out on the other, just like any other piercing.

Unfortunately, not everyone can get a septum piercing. Some people suffer from a deviated septum, which means that the bone and cartilage that divides the nose’s nasal cavity is not in the center or is visibly crooked. Piercing a deviated septum is not a good idea as the piercing will only look crooked and uneven. Ask your piercer and doctor beforehand to make sure that you are clear to undergo a septum piercing.

Medusa Piercing

The Medusa piercing is popular for its very visible yet subtle placement. Always done on the philtrum, or better known as the soft tissue area between the upper lip and the base of the nose, these piercings can be some of the coolest forms of body modification when done right.


Because they don’t carry around any hidden meaning, medusa piercings can be a great way to express yourself by going with designs that perfectly describe your personality. As far as ideas go, you may feel a bit limited because of how small and particular the piercings are. But they do seem to be more accepted as stylish body modifications as opposed to big ear piercings, horn implants, etc.

Medusa piercings are at the core a three-part piece of jewelry. Each one consists of the bead, the barbell, and the disk. The bead is what you’re able to see on the outside and it’s often the most customizable piece too. The barbell is the middle section which penetrates the tissue and holds the ends together. The disk is similar to the bead only that it resides inside your mouth and usually doesn’t come in too many variations as it will not be visible.

The medusa piercing is similar to the monroe piercing except it is located exactly in the middle above the top lip.

What are the Different Types of Body Piercings?

Just like facial piercings, there are different types of body piercings. Continue reading t find out what they are.

Migraine Piercing

The migraine piercing, also often called the daith piercing, is one of those ear piercings that has a medical purpose. It is believed to cure and prevent migraines, although there really is no scientific study to back it up yet.

The migraine piercing is located on the innermost part of the helix, just above the tragus. It is a type of ear cartilage piercing, which means that it will take a couple of months for it to heal completely.

You would have to keep in mind that everybody’s anatomy is different in their own ways. While the migraine piercing can work for some people, it sometimes won’t work for others. One more thing that you would have to make sure, too, is that the location of your migraine piercing is exactly where it should be.

Do your research before getting the piercing to make sure that the piercer will pierce the correct area. Even just a small miss can hurt your chances of taking advantage of the migraine piercing, so make sure to get your piercing from the right person or shop.

Just like what we have mentioned before, there is no scientific study yet that backs up the migraine piercing. However, some people claim that the migraine piercing has reduced their migraines. While it is not a specific cure for migraines, it has the possibility to reduce and minimize your chronic headaches.

Some people compare the migraine piercing to acupuncture. It is said that if done right, the piercing can help reduce migraines just like acupuncture does. Since you will be wearing the earring at all times, it will continuously compress a pressure point in your ear that is known to be related to migraines.

Dermal Piercing

The dermal piercing is also called as the single-point or microdermal piercing. It is a type of piercing that lies on a particular body surface and is locked inside the skin through a dermal anchor.


Most body piercings have an entry and exit point, but when it comes to the dermal piercing, there is only one: an entry point. Just like what we have mentioned, an anchor is instead embedded in the dermal layer underneath the flesh itself. This makes it look like there are small beads on one’s skin.

The dermal piercing can be placed on any flat surface of the body and face. Most piercing enthusiasts choose to create different patterns with the dermal piercing, depending on their preference and the piercing location.

The level of pain depends per person, however, you can expect the dermal piercing to be a little bit more painful than the usual piercing. Besides, your skin would have to be pierced through the inside, as the anchor needs something to hold on to. This will only take a few seconds, so you can expect the initial piercing pain to go away soon.

If you know you can’t handle the pain at all, then ask the piercer to use a numbing cream. They will spread the cream exactly on the area to be pierced, as well as the surrounding areas.

Tragus Piercing

The tragus is the area of your ear that is located right above your earlobe and in front of your ear canal. It is completely made out of cartilage and can be difficult to pierce.

Anti tragus piercing

Most piercers will agree with everyone coming into their shop asking for a tragus piercing. However, there are some people who are not qualified to get one. There are rare cases wherein the tragus of a person is too thin, which is not safe to put jewelry in.

Make sure to ask your piercer if your tragus is good enough to go before having the piercing done. If he says no, then go ahead and choose another piercing that you think would suit you.

Daith Piercing

The daith piercing is usually located at the small part of the helix, which is above the tragus (that little flap towards the front of the ear).


This type of piercing is categorized as an ear cartilage piercing. Piercers usually have a hard time when getting this type of piercing done, as it is harder to reach. You have to sit still and relax when getting this piercing to be successful with it.

The lower hole in daith piercings should not be visible to give an impression or illusion that the jewelry is coming out of the ear canal. Only trained professionals can do this, so make sure to do your research before finally getting someone to do it.

The ear has many pressure points. People got the idea that if you try and stimulate these points that migraine pains will go away. It is similar to acupuncture, the only difference is with daith piercings, the piercing or needle stays in place forever (or until you take the piercing off).

Industrial Piercing

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when industrial piercings became popular. There are so many variations in designs and sizes, but the initial procedure generally involves the same basic 14g barbell piercing. To the outsider, it can look like a new trend or a very old one.

colorful industrial piercing


Throughout history, there were clearly many cultures that embraced body modifications that looked more extreme than the industrial piercings we have today. With that in mind, it wouldn’t be a stretch to assume that this has been going on for thousands of years, similar to tattoos or even way before.

One thing is for sure, although the methods have been refined and the healthcare products improved, industrial piercings still take a very long time to heal and require so much more care, which is why they’re not for everyone.

Also referred to as scaffold piercings, industrial piercings refer to any two holes of cartilage or tissue connected with a barbell. These are generally 1.5” apart and connected by a single straight barbell. While it’s not mandatory to use an industrial barbell from the beginning, it is recommended and common practice for piercers.

There is no special meaning attached to industrial piercings other than the one you give it through your choice of design. A lot of people just go on with the basic industrial barbell while others end up displaying flowers, crosses, tribal patterns, or reptiles like snakes, lizards, and anything else that has a natural elongated shape.

Helix Piercing

The helix piercing is one of the most common ear piercings that you can see in women and men. There are three types of helix piercings: helix piercing, forward helix piercing, and double helix piercing.

male helix piercing

A helix piercing is a type of ear cartilage piercing. It is done on the outer upper ear cartilage or the frontal cartilage area of the ear. The first one that we have indicated is a helix or a double helix piercing, while the latter is a forward helix piercing.

The healing period and aftercare instructions are pretty much the same for all three. The main difference is the placing and how many piercings there will be.

Rook Piercing

The rook piercing is a stylish yet minimalist type of ear piercing. It is located at the upper part of the antihelix, which is the obvious curve at the cartilage. The rook is two steps above your tragus and it also has the daith in between. It can be found at the ear’s outer rim.


Just like this piercing, the rook piercing is also said to help treat headaches and even migraines. It does not have approved studies though and the theory is not fully supported by medical professionals. This piercing is just an alternative treatment, so if you are getting it for your migraines and headaches, you should have minimal expectations.

Conch Piercing

The conch piercing is located in the middle part of the ear, exactly where the largest part of the cartilage can be found. It is located near one of the most popular ear piercings.

conch piercing for female model

There are two types of conch piercings: one is the outer conch, wherein the piercer pierces the outer middle cartilage of the ear. The other is the inner conch, wherein you will get the inner middle part of your ear cartilage pierced.

Both of these areas consist of really hard and thick cartilage, which means that it will take longer for the wound to heal completely. Always follow the aftercare instructions given by your piercer to avoid any type of infection.

Snug Piercing

The snug piercing is located on the inner part of the ear cartilage. It is directly above the anti-tragus piercing and has a shallow location.

Since this is on the inner ear, it is best to use a piece of small jewelry for this type of piercing.

Tragus Piercing

This is the more common piercing among the two. The tragus piercing is done by inserting a hollow needle into your tragus. The piercer will first put a mark on your tragus, ask you if you are satisfied with the placement and if you say yes, he will then go ahead and proceed with the piercing.

simple tragus piercing for a male model


Once the hollow needle is in, the piercer will then insert your preferred jewelry into the piercing slowly.

Blood and discharge are common right after the needle and jewelry go into your tragus. You will feel a sharp and stinging pain during the piercing, but that’s about it. Make sure to follow your piercer’s aftercare instructions to make sure that your tragus piercing will heal faster and properly.

Earlobe Piercing

The earlobe piercing is definitely the most well-known and most-wanted type of ear piercing. It is done exactly on the earlobe, which is one of the quickest ones to heal.

Even kids can take the piercing pain, as the earlobes are just skin and it’s fairly easy to pierce. You can also be quite creative when it comes to the jewelry: you can use hoops, dangling earrings, studs, or basically whatever you prefer.

Cartilage Piercing

cartilage piercing is a hole made through any body part that has cartilage in it. You can either choose to have a symmetrical cartilage piercing or just on one ear or part of your nose.

amazing ear cartilage piercings


Wherever you decide to put it on your body, you have to make sure that everything will go well.

Belly Button Piercing

The belly button piercing is literally done on the belly button or navel area. The piercing is not exactly done on the belly button itself, instead, the area above the belly button is pierced and the jewelry usually hangs on top of the belly button.


It is a very popular piercing among girls, especially those who love showing off their curves in the summer. The belly button piercing can be sported by any gender during any type of season.

The first thing that your piercer will do is take a look at your belly button and decide if it is safe to pierce or not. There are two types of belly buttons: an “outie” and an “innie”.

The “outie” is a belly button that sticks out of the hole. This usually happens when a woman gives birth or sometimes, it’s just simply inborn. The “innie” is the one that you usually see on billboards and posters. It is the more common type of belly button.

Your piercer will be the one to determine if you are qualified for the belly button piercing. The best thing to know is to give them a visit and ask if you can get one.

If they decide that you are qualified for the belly button piercing, then it is time to pick a jewelry for your most awaited piercing. The most common and used type of jewelry for the belly button piercing is the curved barbell. However, more and more people are getting adventurous when it comes to belly button piercings and are looking for ways to amp up their own preferred jewelry.

The fancier the jewelry is, the more expensive the piercing is going to be. If you choose to get a jewelry that has precious stones and metals in it, then you can expect the price to go up. If you are allergic to nickel and any type of metal though, you should choose the more expensive ones – besides, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

How Bad will the Piercing Hurt?

Every type of piercing will hurt, no matter where it is located. Since we are talking about different types of piercings here, then you should go ahead and check the pain chart that we have here on this website.

However, the pain all depends on the one being pierced. If you have a high tolerance for pain, then you probably can take any type of piercing. If you cannot handle the pain that well, then you can expect the pain to be a little bit more intense.

When it comes to piercings though, the initial pain is usually over in just a couple of minutes, even seconds. You would just have to endure the pain caused by the needle, the pain after the piercing is completely different.

For the pain after the piercing, you would have to expect a throbbing type of pain. This can last for about a day or two and if it persists, then you’d better let your piercer know. The area will also feel tender and sensitive, so make sure to avoid touching the pierced area while it is still in its healing period.

What will Happen During the Piercing?

There are a couple of things that you would have to know when going into the shop and sitting on the piercer’s chair. This includes the following:

  1. Your chosen piercer will ask you about your preferred piercing and placement
  2. Once you’ve discussed your preferred piercing and location with them, they will then mark the spot and ask you to look in the mirror and if you are good with the placement
  3. After agreeing upon the piercing location, they will then clean and disinfect the area that will be pierced
  4. The piercer will then take a disinfected hollow needle and insert it into the marked spot on your face or body. The jewelry will then follow right after the hollow needle
  5. Some piercers will use a piercing gun to do the piercing, however, the hollow needle is always a better idea for most piercings
  6. After all that’s done, the piercer will then discuss the aftercare instructions with you. Make sure to listen to their instructions and take notes if you have to. Follow the instructions to a T to make sure that your piercing will heal right away.

The procedure is pretty much the same for all types of piercings.

Piercing Risks, Symptoms, and Infections

Unfortunately, any type of piercing can get infected. This is the reason why you should always be careful of your new piercing and you should always make sure to follow all of the aftercare instructions that your piercer tells you to follow.

Facial and Body Piercings

The Risks

There are a couple of risks associated with facial and body piercings and this includes:

  1. Using a Piercing Gun. As we have mentioned earlier, using a gun for any type of piercing is not ideal. Sure, it is easier to use, but piercing guns are really difficult to fully sanitize. This can lead to an infection, so make sure to ask your piercer to use a hollow needle for your piercing instead.
  2. Swimming Pools and Public Baths. Swimming pools and public bathing areas such as lakes, rivers, and the ocean is usually shared by hundreds and thousands of people, not to mention the organisms that live in lakes, rivers, and oceans. Water is a carrier of bacteria, which means that when you bathe in a body of water that is infested with different types of bacteria, then chances are you will contract it, too. Make sure to steer clear of public bathing areas until your piercing is fully healed.
  3. Using the Wrong Type of Jewelry. Certain metals such as nickel can cause a severe allergic reaction for most people. Make sure to get yourself tested for any type of allergic reactions to different metals and steer clear of what you are allergic to.
  4. Touching the Area. Touching the piercing with unclean hands can easily give you an infection. Make sure to clean your hands before touching your piercing to avoid any type of infection.

The Symptoms

An open wound is always susceptible to an infection. As we have mentioned above, there are a couple of things that can contribute to your piercing getting infected such as if you get exposed to harmful microorganisms, if you haven’t been taking care of it properly, or if the piercer gets the piercing wrong.

If you have the following symptoms that we will mention below, then go ahead and visit your doctor right away.

1. Extreme Swelling. Extreme swelling on the area that’s been pierced is one sign that it is, in fact, infected. If your pierced area is swelling severely, then there is a high chance that your jewelry will cut into your skin. This can eventually lead to an infection so if this happens, make sure to visit your doctor and ask them how to remove the pressure right away.

2. Thick Discharge. If a thick and yellow discharge is coming out of your piercing, then there is a huge chance that it is infected. The discharge is most especially pus, and having this come out of your piercing is not normal. Make sure to check with your doctor if this happens.

3. Pain and Tenderness. Pain and tenderness are both normal during the first few weeks of the healing process. However, if it persists over the course of a few months and it does not go away, even the slightest bit, then chances are you have an infection.

It would be best to just remove the jewelry to avoid infecting it any further, but you can go and ask a doctor for alternative advice.

4. Fever. Now, this one is usually a bad sign. A fever might mean that your infection has spread all throughout your body and that you might need to go to an emergency room ASAP. Your nurse or doctor might give you antibiotics to keep the fever and infection down.

5. Piercing Migration. Piercing migration happens when your body rejects the jewelry, just like it would with a splinter. Our body treats the jewelry as a foreign object, which means that it will sometimes fight off the possibility of the jewelry being accustomed to your body.

The possibility of piercing migration is especially high if you are allergic to the metal used in the jewelry. Always have your doctor perform an allergic reaction test before getting pierced so you would know which metals you are allergic to.

6. Bumps and Keloids. If you are more susceptible to getting a keloid or a bump, then there is a high chance that you will be getting one on your piercing as well.

Make sure to be gentle enough when cleaning your piercing so you can minimize your chances of getting a keloid or a bump.

For Lip and Mouth Piercings

The Symptoms

Lip piercings are much more sensitive since it is usually in contact with your saliva, food, and other factors. Watch out for these symptoms and if it seems like you have contracted an infection, then go ahead and see your doctor right away.

1. Extreme Swelling. It is quite normal for your lip piercing to swell for a couple of days after the piercing, but if it lasts for more than a week or more, then it is time to visit the doctor.

If it is affecting your speech and the way you eat, then something is definitely wrong.

2. Bleeding and Discharge. A little bit of bleeding here and there after a few days of getting your lip or mouth piercing is possible, however, if it lasts for more than a week, then it might mean only one thing: an infection.

You should watch out for abnormal bleeding and discharge on your frenulum after getting the piercing, as these things might indicate an infection.

3. Fever. Whether it’s a high-grade fever or a low-grade one, you should always watch out for signs of fever after getting your piercing. This might mean that you currently have a bacterial infection, which can lead to worse things.

Always seek your doctor’s opinion if you ever have a fever brewing.

The Risks

Listed below are some risks associated with lip piercings.

1. Your Jewelry can Get Embedded. This literally means that your lip piercing jewelry can get embedded to your lip itself. This may happen if the jewelry hasn’t been touched for a long time or has been there for a couple of years.

To avoid this, take your jewelry out every once in a while and let your lip rest for a few minutes or hours. Do not remove your jewelry until it is fully healed and avoid leaving your piercing without any jewelry for days to avoid the hole from closing up.

2. Teeth Wear. Since a part of the jewelry is inside your mouth, it is inevitable for it to rub on your lower front teeth. This can cause your teeth to eventually thin out and get worn out after a while.

Your teeth enamel can chip away and can even cause erosion within your teeth, which can then lead to tooth decay.

Always check with your dentist about this matter to make sure you avoid decaying and destroyed teeth.

3. Gum Recession. Since the jewelry is also rubbing on your gums every so often, lip piercings can cause your gums to recede. This can cause the teeth to become loose, which can lead to tooth decay or even tooth loss.

You may also feel some type of sensitivity if this happens for a long time, so make sure to check on your teeth and gums always.

4. Disease. It’s fairly easy to contract a disease through unsanitized and even used needles. Always check and see if your piercer is using a brand new needle for your lip piercing. If not, then ask them to.

5. Getting an Infection. There is always a risk of infection for the lip or any type of piercing. Always follow your aftercare instructions, brush, and rinse your mouth properly to avoid contracting an infection.

What to Do Before Getting Pierced

Now, let’s head on to discussing how to prepare for your piercing. Read on below and be fully informed!

Get Lots of Rest

Having the flu and still pushing through with the piercing is a very bad idea. Instead, if you feel sick or you feel like you are going to be sick, then call your piercer and reschedule the appointment.

strong immune system is needed for faster healing, which is why you need to prioritize your health first. Get lots of rest and make sure to get at least 8 hours of sleep before the day of the piercing. Also, drink lots of water to keep the flu at bay.

Go to the Doctor

Ask your doctor if it would be okay for you to get a piercing. While you’re at it, you can also have an allergy test done to see if you are allergic to any type of metal. To be safe, just make sure to stay away from nickel, which can cause an allergic reaction for most people.

Lay Off the Drugs and Alcohol

You should lay off the drugs and alcohol at least for a while, as these things can greatly affect your piercing. Alcohol is a blood thinner, which means that you will bleed more if you decide to drink before getting or while getting the piercing.

Drugs, on the other hand, can make you feel sick and lethargic, which is definitely not good for your health and immune system. Lay off these things for a while, at least before getting your piercing and while trying to let it heal.

Buy What You Need

You will most likely feel tired after your piercing, and the first thing that you would like to do is to sleep and rest. Before getting the piercing, make sure to buy what you need for the aftercare.

Get some sea salt, cotton pads, and tissue from the grocery store. You’ll be thankful that you did, as aftercare is the most important part of your piercing.

Aftercare Instructions for your New Piercing

Taking good care of your piercing and its hygiene is important to avoid complications such as swelling and infections.

Use the right sprays and solutions

As tempted as you are to clean your piercing with soap or shower gel, it’s best if you just use water and the recommended solutions that a medical professional or your piercer advises you to.

Do not use too many ice packs

It’s a natural instinct to put frozen bags of veggies or cold compresses on a part of your body that hurts. But you should try to refrain from doing this after getting a piercing to avoid bringing bacteria into contact with the open wounds.

Don’t sleep on your new piercing

This should be obvious, but a lot of people still underestimate the harm of sleeping on a new piercing. No matter how soft your pillow is, just try and get used to sleeping on the other side.

Avoid places and bodies of water that can be crawling with bacteria

Swimming should be a no-go, no matter what and where you get pierced. Whether it’s chlorinated or untreated water you’re swimming in, you will expose yourself to either inflammation or infection.

Minimize the amount of alcohol and nicotine you consume

Everything that you put into your body that could affect your health is going to prevent it from being efficient at regenerating tissue. There’s a lot that goes into fixing your tissue and cartilage, especially for two different holes in close proximity.

Generally, keeping your entire body as healthy as possible will help speed up the healing process. Piercings can take a huge toll on your body’s regenerative abilities, so you should do whatever you can to keep the process going by not limiting yourself to caring for the piercing.

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About the author

Tephanie Stephenson

Tephanie has extensive knowledge when it comes to body and facial piercings. She has seen it all – from nostril piercings all the way to nipple piercings. She has over 10 piercings including a nostril, medusa, eyebrow, tragus, earlobe, and industrial. She is an expert when it comes to cleaning piercings and keeping it infection-free. If you have got any questions for Tephanie about any type of piercing, comment it down below and she will get back to you in a jiffy!

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