Can you use Benzalkonium Chloride to clean your nose piercing?
I say no because Benzalkoniun Chloride is for cuts, burns and it's also good for cold sores and fever blisters. It also acts as an anti-fungal, helping treat fungal infections on skin and nails, not nails that are used for hanging a picture on the wall, I'm talking about finger nails. Benzalkoniun Chloride can dry out your skin.
If i were you i would use rubbing alcohol, i know sometimes it can dry out your skin a little bit, but that's what i use for my piercings. I have my ear lobe pierced two times on each side, i have my left ear cartilage pierced and I'm getting my nose pierced on the right side.
There are nasal solutions available which can help drain out the secretions and open the nostrils for easy breathing. The one which I use sometimes is Naseline which has Oxymetazoline Hydrochloride and benzalkonium chloride. The cellular membrane bilayers around the nose get disassociated due to benzalkonium chloride, which also has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Its effects are almost immediate. = =
all they do is, clean the side of the nose you want piercing with a antiseptic wipe and they also clean the inside. They then draw a little dot on your nose, ask you to look into a mirror and imagine it's a nose stud and ask you if you think your happy with where it is, the then take the needle quickly pop it in where the dot is then put a nose stud…
In my experience, all you will need to do is spray it with piercing antiseptic spray twice daily until it has healed (and even after that, if it starts to hurt/swell). DO NOT take it out before the piercing has healed (generally 1 - 2 months after initial piercing), even to clean it and put it back in.
I just got my nose Pierced on saturday and its now monday i think the back of my nose ring fell out what should i do?
If you have your nose pierced more than 6 weeks than you get a runny nose and it gets all swollen what do you do and pus comes out of it but i still wantt my nose ring and i took it out 3 hr ago?
Ahhh...You don't remove the jewellery from a nostril piercing to clean it, you do that with the jewellery in place during a bath or shower under running water. If you remove it before it is completely healed you will have issues getting it back into place and prolonging the healing period and possibly damaging the piercing.
The piercing usually takes 4-6 weeks to heal depending on your body. Always clean it multiple times a day after first getting it pierces, especially since the piercing is on your face. I'd clean it if not every day then maybe a couple times a week. Dirt and oil tend to gather and it can cause your piercing to either get infected or to get gunk in it.
Piercing aftercare is a daily routine from now till the day you choose not to have the piercing. You need to clean every piercing every day until the piercing is healed and that usually take about a year for the piercings to be considered seasoned and properly healed. Then you need to clean them when you shower of bath, failure to do so can lead to material build up, bumps, bubbles and other rude things…
cleaning your body piercing with saline solution is very important for the healing process i have my nose and belly button pierced and used saline for both and they healed wonderfully :) Fact of the matter is simple, saline will not "clean" a piercing. Saline will soften the dried matter the piercing generates however it will not clean the piercing. Irrigation under running water while moving the jewellery will do more for cleaning than just…