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No. Sea turtles are reptiles. The belly button or navel is a trait unique to mammals.


your belly button becauseresearchshows that there is loads of bacteria in it. and they have even found a very rare type of bacteria which is only found in the bottoms of the sea!


If not cleaned properly, belly button rings can get infected.Bacteria can get inside and therefore infect the naval.The best way to treat it is to buy sea salt spray and clean it.


Sea salt soaks should help knock out an infection, but it is important that you have it checked out by a professional.


Your piercing will have mostly healed within that month before you go on holiday. Sea water is salt water - which is what most piercers advise cleaning fresh piercings with. It should be fine to go in the sea, but I wouldn't spend too long in there if you have any doubts.


No, when I got my belly button pierced my piercer told me specifically not to use peroxide or alcohol on the piercing. If peroxide or alcohol gets on it, it'll be fine but it dries out your skin which isn't good for healing or cleaning. Use soapy warm water and a sea salt water mixture to throughly clean your piercing, that's what I used, as I was following my piercer's instructions. I've had my piercing for almost 7 months and I've never had a problem with it.


Just buy regular salt, or you can go back I your Piercer and get something.


Im 12 too and I got my belly button peirced in December 2009. You can as long as your parents sign something.. And mine was only $30.00(: For the peircing, the sea salt to put on it, and the ring(: The only thing you should worry about is if you have time to docter it all the time and so It wont get infected. You have to docter it 3-5 times everyday for a month or two! Its annoying but Mine is turning out really cute(: If you have anymore questions just ask me(:


sea salt and warm water mixed. :) 2-3 times a day, for 7-10 minutes.


In general no, especially if it's new. Use a little bit of sea salt sprinkled in warm water. Drip the water into your belly button and the screw-on ball while lying down and let it sit for at least five minutes. It's best if you do this every night.


You can indeed go to the beach, try and avoid getting sea and/or pool water in your mouth though, as that will not improve healing.


it depends. if you got it about 2 weeks ago you shouldn't because the piercing will get HUGE and greatly INFECTED because of the salt water. BTW. Great question. i had to learn the hard way... Sewage is pumped regularly into the sea around the UK (and elsewhere), Swimming in seawater and sewage is NOT the best way to help a new piercing to heal.



well, i did the day i got mine pierced.


Pretty much any kind of soap is going to irritate it. The best thing to use is just sea salt and warm water.


The Dead Sea is getting saltier. but why?


On the ventral side of the body or the "belly" of the jellyfish.


If it is recently pierced and still healing, I would not recommend it.


With any piercings and swimming you need to wash the piercings out once you are done swimming for the day this ensures the piercing stay healthy and happy.


Yes. What you do is mix 1/8 teaspoon of non-idozied sea salt with 8 oz. of water. then you soak it on the piercing. do this twice a day or told by your piercer. good luck!


If it's rejected, you won't be able to save the piercing. Is that what you mean? OT eal the wound? Just use an ointment like neosporin and clean it with sea salt and water.



Dissolve a teaspoon of sea salt in a glass of warm water. Dab the infected area with this saline water using a cotton ball. This will help drain the puss and reduce the swelling. If this does not help, antibiotics may be needed.


Please invest in the FDA approved sea salt spray H2Ocean, which keeps it's contents sterile as well. oh and also promotes healthy white blood cells to create new skin fast.


With any piercings I have had, I use sea salt to get rid of the infections. My belly button ring and nose ring had gotten pretty infected, and this seemed to work. You can buy sea salt at pretty much any grocery store, and its not expensive at all... Good luck with that!! But you have to make sure the sea salt is non-iodized sea salt. Iodized sea salt may have other added chemicals or materials that may be harmful to an open wound.



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