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Belly Button Piercing Facts Author : S Bern Submitted ord Count : 1408    Popularity:   31 nail salon centralTags:   girls, teens, womens, hair, fashion, jewellery, accessories    Author nail salon centralRSS FeedBody piercing is when a needle is put through part of the body and then a foreign object is inserted as jewellery. Eventually, the skin around the jewellery heals and a hole is left. The hole is the piercing. It is perfectly safe when done by nail salon centralprofessionals who are careful.DO NOT pierce your own belly button. The piercing needs to be done with a sterilized needle, gloves and other sterilized pieces of equipment.Belly button piercings may migrate within about five to ten years, and then they nail salon centralwill fall out. Belly piercings take time to heal – approx 4 months to 1 yearBelly piercing is a big decision. The following information will help you make a decision that’s best for you. Make sure you go to a reputable piercer and see your doctor if nail salon centralyou have symptoms of an infection! Which piercing salon to use?You should ask friends and relatives with piercings where they went and if they liked the plaot nail salon centraltell you what kind of jewellery to have.What kind of jewellery should you buy?Only jewellery made of a non-corrosive metal, such as: surgical stainless steel is safe when you first have your piercing done. It is least likely to produce a foreign body reaction or infection in the skin. Other choices for when you first have your piercing done are metals like solid gold (at least 18k), titanium, or niobium. All of these cost more than surgical steel. For prienced piercer uses a hollow needle to create a hole by passing the needle through the body part you want pierced. The body jewellery is then inserted through the hole. Sometimes there can be a small amount of bleeding. You should not take aspirin or any pain medication that contains aspirin the week before any piercing is done, since these medicines may cause you to bleed a little bit more than usual.As for the ‘pain’ issue. It’s going to vary from healed. Infections may be caused by hepatitis, HIV, tetanus, bacteria, and yeast. If the piercer wash this can irritate the piercingCheck your jewellery while cleaning it to see if any parts have come looseDo not use alcohol or peroxide or any other strong solution as this will cause irritation and/or discolour the jewelleryDo not let anyone tough the piercing until it is healedIf you are not cleaning the piercing then do not touch it!!Avoid taking baths, take showers instead to avoid sitting in bacteriaDo not use hot tubs, swimming pools, lakes, seas as these are breeding grounds for bacteriaAlways clean the piercing after exercise or playing sport as bacteria love damp moist spotsDo not use antibacterial cream as these trap bacteriaAlways wear clean loose clothing while the piercing is healing to allow the air to circulate around the piercing. Clothing should be made of soft fabric and should not cling or rub the piercing. Avoid jeans, leotards, belts, body suits and tights until the piercing is healedChange your bed sheets once a week to help avoid infectionDo NOT attempt to change the piercing during the healing process. When you get it pierced ask the piercer how long you need to wait before you can.Always look out for signs of infection; bad smell, discharge, redness, soreness, swelling, rash around the piercing. If you think you have an infection always go and see your doctor.Be careful with your piercing – it will take time to heal and for you to get used to it.Author’s Resource Box Visit for a wide range of hair, fashion and jewellery nail salon central

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