DO NOT PICK IT OFF WITH ANYTHING BUT WATER. when your in the shower then put your face in the water and the crusties should come off. when not in the shower use a sea salt solution. get non iodized sea salt and a warm cup of water put a teaspoon of the sea salt in it and mix it and dip a q-tip in and lightly move the crusties from around your lip piercing. If your talking about a healing piercing this is what you should do.
-yellow/green discharge from piercing -pain or tenderness around the piercing -red, purple, or yellowish discoloration around piercing
Around the piercing but not on the piercing.
No. A genital piercing includes any piercing on or around your genitals. Not your tongue.
ask the person who did the piercing!
You are over cleaning your piercing and drying it out
Salt water or saline solution on the outside of the lip around the piercing. Alcohol-free mouthwash on the inside of the mouth around the piercing
NO. It'd help if you went to a piercing shop and asked them what was wrong with your piercing. The lump around it could be a sac of infection.
around 70dollars each piercing where i live
If you have changed the jewellery since it was pierced, chances are good you have junk jewellery in the piercing and are reacting to the metal. Good see your professional body piercer, they need to see what it's doing in order to guide you in the right direction.
A bump around your dimple piercing is the body guarding the piercing, the surrounding tissue toughens as the piercing heals. This will ease off as the piercing heals, ensure you are rinsing the piercing daily under running water (best done in the shower after shampoo and conditioner as these tend to irritate the piercing). Should you have serious concerns contact your body piercer and let him/her have a look at it.
An industrial piercing is a type of piercing where two holes are connected by a single straight piece of jewelry. The healing time for these holes is around 6-12 months.
The cultural belief of a cockroach that keeps appearing around a person means there are bad events to take place. It is considered a bad omen.
Crust forming around your piercing is part of the healing process. Do not pick the crust off as it will reopen the wound.
Lots, piercing has been around for hundreds of years, so to give you an accurate number would be impossible.
when the area around the piercing is really red and looks like it has blisters on it.
If the area is exceptionally swollen or red weeks after, if there is blood or puss around the piercing or if there is a crust developing on or around the piercing, its likely to be infected. You should go and see your piercer and ask their advice on what to do!!!
No, it is not OK. Bactine dries out the skin around the piercing, meaning the skin around your piercing will die. Bacteria tends to gather in the dead tissue and can cause infection. So, no, don't use it.
Well nothing then again you could loose the piercing. Don't mess around with your piercing unless you have decided to go without it, then take it out and leave it out. Screwing around with a piercing that isn't healed is inviting infection, tearing and other nasty things to happen to a new piercing just because you were curious.
Usually, this is around a $25.00 - $35.00 piercing in any shop.
A piercing shop. They're usually paired with tattoo shops so ask around. Don't go anywhere that uses piercing guns.
Never get any piercing with a gun-style piercing machine no matter what. Gun-style piercing machines cause trauma, unnecessary damage, and scar tissue around the piercing that would not happen when proper equipment (a bevel-tip hollow piercing needle) is used.
The body is guarding the tissue while the piercing is healing, this toughening will ease off as the piercing heals. Be sure to stay on your aftercare routine.
Where exactly is the bump? Is it a red patch around the top ball? How new is your piercing?
Go see a professional body piercer, don't screw around with your piercing if you have no clue as to what you are doing.