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Bubbles Soap Dish

Soap dish…

Here’s the dish on soap—whatever you use to clean your piercing, make sure it helps more than harms. New cells have to grow to form the fistula, the internal “skin tube” that connects the two ends of the piercing. But if you’re killing new cells with harsh products, you’re decelerating the healing time. Few soaps are designed for long-term use on …

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Nose Bump 1

Things that grow bump in the night…

So you finally made the decision to get your nostril pierced! But even though you’ve been following proper aftercare instructions, a couple of days or weeks down the road the unthinkable has happened; a red, ugly, pimply, wart-looking thing has formed next to the piercing. Don’t panic, this complication is somewhat common. These unsightly bumps are quite often hypergranulation tissue …

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Talk Dirty To Me Image

Talk dirty to me…

Hygiene is imperative for a fresh piercing. You’re at risk for infection every time you expose the wound to bacteria. The first rule of piercing hygiene is to never touch your piercing with dirty hands. Always wash your hands before touching your new adornment. But hands are not the only conduit for bacteria. We take for granted many everyday objects. …

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