Put neosporon or vitamin E oil on it. Definately don't itch them because they will bleed and make scars.
Tattoos problems and piercing problems are very different.
Piercings: Any bump or lump or discomfort could be from a large number of things.
Playing with an unhealed piercing, using the wrong type of cleaning solution, removing the jewelry too soon, your body rejecting the jewelry or piercing etc.
What not to use:
-Scented soaps, creams -Makeup too close to the area -Peroxide, Rubbing Alcohol etc.
Tattoos: Remember that peeling is normal. And itchiness is also normal.
If you have bumps on your tattoo, chances are that you're using the wrong ointment. Anything with fragrance in it, anything with petroleum in it or anything with Vitamin E are not the best solutions. I have experience with this, and have tried a number of things on my tattoos. I've found that the best way to heal a tattoo with no problems is to clean with unscented soap and to use a very mild, and completely un-fragranced moisturizer. (Curel in the blue bottle if you can acquire it.)
If you already have bumps on your tattoo, then do not pick at them, you might ruin the ink, or tattoo itself. Follow the steps mentioned above, and avoid using any of the stuff you were using previously.
Of course, the best advice is to get advice from your tattoo or piercer. Especially since we are unsure of your specific problem. They could help you more than anyone else.
Quit using what ever you are using on the piercing for cleaning it, that is what is causing the bumps, flush the piercing twice a day with water only and don't use anything on the piercing other than water. It will take a few days but the bumps will go down.
Ask your doctor about it.
see a doctor 4 ear drops
my boyfriend has had a tattoo on his arm for 5 years. The bumps just started a month ago and will not go away. What can he do to remove them or make les visible?
Breast reductions are probably the best thing OWW
It could be mouth ulcers, and I recomend either Anbosol or Bonjela to get rid of them.
u mite wanna c a doctor about that....gross...
Tea tree oil. You can find it at walmart, target, or any drugstore. Use a qtip and massage a tiny bit onto the bumps. DO it after you clean your piercing no more than twice a day or you'll dry out the piercing. You can just leave it on there until you clean it again. The bumps will start to flake off in layers until its gone.
It depends. Laser treatments can be very expensive because it may take up to a few sessions to see results and they aren't guaranteed it will get rid of your tattoo...
Lumps, Bumps, Pimples strange things coming from the piercing........Check the Related Links just below this answer to discover what is going on with your piercing.
Well first you stop using what ever it is you are using to clean the piercing, what ever you have been using is causing the bumps or nubs as you call them to appear. Irrigate the piercing under warm running water in the shower and leave it alone, within a few days the piercing should start to get better. By the way it's a navel piercing not a belly piercing.
This will depend upon what kind of bumps you have on your face. If you have acne, you can get rid of the bumps by keeping your face clean. You may also need to put acne medication on your face.
Bumps are often caused of oil, dirt, impurities and excess make-up so keeping the skin clean can get rid of bumps causing pimples.
Might be Herpes see a doctor...
ask the person who did the piercing!
Flax seed helps to get rid of the bumps on the back of your arms. It will also strengthen your nails and make your hair shinier.
get rid of them.
my dog has alot of bumps on her back. where dose it come from and what can i do to get rid of it?
you go to the street then click the tattoo booth , then click remove tattoo:)
you should put on moisturizing aloe and within a few days, the bumps will be gone!