All About Piercings, Accessories, And Aftercare


Styling your piercings with the right kind of jewelry is the most important factor in maintaining all your piercings. Here we provide you with the aftercare, styling tips, dos and don’ts in terms of all types of piercings like nose piercings, lip piercings, ear piercings, and other body piercings. The list is not going to end any time soon, so, make sure to keep a tab on this page!

All About Piercings, Accessories, And Aftercare

All About Piercings, Accessories, And Aftercare

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FAQs About Piercings

What piercing helps with anxiety?

The daith piercing is an increasingly popular option to treat migraines, anxiety, and some other symptoms.

What piercing should you not get?

The most dangerous piercings are the ones that involve cartilage, like higher ear piercings. These piercings are associated with poor healing because of the limited blood supply to the area.

Is piercing permanent?

The best thing about piercings is that they’re not permanent! So, after all is said and done, if you’re unhappy with your piercing (or just outgrow it), you can absolutely remove it.

Which ear piercing is for weight loss?

Daith piercing can do help for weight loss, this is said there are some acupoints in the ear that corresponding to the stomach, through work on these acupoints can make the stomach feel the satiety and then reduce the food quantity

What piercing helps with menstrual cramps?

If you’re suffering with painful cramps every month, heading to the studio for a nose piercing could help.

What’s the most painless piercing?

Most piercers agree that earlobe piercings are the least painful type of piercing because they are positioned on a fleshy, easy-to-pierce portion of skin.

Are piercings a sin in Christianity?

Believing body piercing is a sin and doing it anyway, makes it a sin – essentially, a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Will earring holes close up?

Yes, but they generally close quicker the sooner you take them out following having your lobes pierced. The longer you have the best huggie earrings or those studs in for, the longer the holes will take to heal.

How long does ear hurt after piercing?

It’s normal to have some redness, swelling or pain for a couple of days after getting your ears pierced. But your ears should look and feel better each day.

Do piercings have health benefits?

Research shows that by piercing certain parts of the ear, it stimulates the surrounding nerve areas.