There are several ways to answer this question...
1) there are specific products that seem to be sold/recommended at most piercing locations. For specifics, please see the first link under "sources" (at the bottom)
2) there are some generic recommendations - which are on the "Association of Professional Piercers" website...and which are copied on most piercing store websites. I've copied these into this answer (just below) and put the source (at the bottom).
Use one or both of the following solutions for healing piercings: * Packaged sterile saline solution with noadditives (read the label), or a non-iodized sea salt mixture: Dissolve 1/4 teaspoon of non-iodized (iodine-free) sea salt into one cup (8ox) of warm distilled or bottled water. A stronger mixture is not better; a saline solution that is too strong can irritate the piercing. * A mild, fragrance-free liquid soap-preferably anti-microbial or germicidal. * WASH your hands thoroughly prior to cleaning or touching your piercing for any reason. * SALINE soak for five to ten minutes once or more per day. Invert a cup of warm saline solution over the area to form a vacuum. For certain piercings it may be easier to apply using clean gauze or paper towels saturated with saline solution. A brief rinse afterward will remove any residue. * SOAP no more than once or twice a day. While showering, lather up a pearl size drop of the soap to clean the jewelry and the piercing. Leave the cleanser on the piercing no more than thirty seconds, then rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of the soap from the piercing. It is not necessary to rotate the jewelry through the piercing. * DRY by gently patting with clean, disposable paper products. Cloth towels can harbor bacteria and snag on jewelry, causing injury.
Probably because you aren't keeping the wounds clean. Wash all piercings with soap and water.
but soap on a cotton bud whilst in the shower and clean it out
No. Shaving cream is applied to the face and legs before shaving. Use soap to clean out your belly button.
http://www.pacificbodyjewellery.com/aftercare/navel_piercing_care.htm If you just want to clean the belly I would use soap, water and a wash cloth.
You need to be using antibacterial liquid soap diluted and lathered and lots of warm running water to clean your piercings daily. There should be no need to use anything other than this to maintain your piercings.
When it's not healed, clean it with antibacterial soap of a liquid specifically for cleaning piercings.
No way. Please don't even attempt it! (:
No, you are only supposed to use soap to clean the piercing. That includes no peroxide, alcohol, etc.
the best thing to wash a belly button ring is with anti-bacterial soap it stops the scar tissue
You do not use Peroxide to clean your ear piercings. Soap and water and leave them alone, you could always read the written aftercare instructions you were provided with by your professional body piercer.
Pretty much any kind of soap is going to irritate it. The best thing to use is just sea salt and warm water.
Wash the piercings with antibacterial soap and warm water and leave the piercings alone. The bleeding will stop once the tissue clots up.
The best way to heal body piercings is to just clean them on a regular basis. Always use non-scented liquid soap because bar soap can hold bacteria. Never use your wash rag because it too can also hold bacteria. Always wash your hands before touching your piercings
Soap and water is the best thing to clean your body with! You can also use alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, or Hibiclens if you want something stronger to clean with.
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Soap and warm water.
you can clean a penny with soap or try something that clean 99% of germs.
you dont use soap ,they clean themselves
Q-tips are a wonderful tool for cleaning many kinds of piercings, since they can get in where others can't. Dip a Q-tip in soap/hydrogen peroxide/whatever disinfectant you are using to clean the area and then swab around carefully.
To keep the pierced ears and surrounding area clean and free from infection, use anti-bacterial soap and water to wash twice a day. Keep turning the earrings as well as taking them in and out.
Rotating the jewellery while flushing the piercings with warm water in the shower is just about the only way to properly clean the piercing and counteract and infection. The use of diluted liquid antibacterial soap lathered and applied to the jewellery and piercing in concert with the flushing will wash the piercings out and with this rinse any irritants out of the piercings.
clean gently with soap and warm water, then use ozonol or polysporin , if you want to keep the piercings open , you must ONLY use pure gold earings(sleepers), they should be healed in about a week. If they have not healed you must see a doctor so they do not get any worse.