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It is normal to have bleeding and/or bruising around the treated area after the first puncture. During the healing process, itching is a situation where a whitish-yellow liquid will form on the piercing, and a whitish-yellow fluid may be secreted.

Your piercing may appear to have healed from the outside. This is because the skin heals from the outside. but the subcutaneous tissue heals later than the supernatant. Be patient and continue to do your care and cleaning with the care instructions recommended for you throughout the healing process.

When you remove your piercing, long after the piercing is finished, or even within a few years, your hole may shrink and close in a very short time. This varies from person to person. We recommend that you do not remove your piercing for too long.



Try not to touch your piercing as much as possible, except for the grooming procedure.

We recommend that you change your pillow covers every day for the first 10 days.

Pay attention to your pets in the first 10 days. It will be a better process for them to stay away from the application area.



Do not use antibiotic creams unless we recommend it because antibiotics prevent the necessary air circulation and can slow down the healing process. Avoid cleaning with soaps containing alcohol hydrogen peroxide or triclosan.

Avoid using products other than those recommended for you. These can prolong healing time and are not suitable for wound care.

Avoid over-cleaning as it can irritate your piercing and increase healing time.

After the application, bath, pool, jacuzzi, etc. Avoid unhygienic water sources such as

Avoid all beauty and personal care products you will use around the piercing, including cosmetics, lotions, and sprays.

Cleaning your new piercing is a simple matter and if you follow the suggested instructions you will have a fast and painless healing process.



We recommend that you buy one of the sprays, preferably one with no other additives, such as a sterile saline solution (Neilmed, Sterimar Seawater).

We apply using sterile saline solutions that we recommend to you 3 times a day.

During the first week, clean the treated area with antibacterial liquid soap after each shower, rinse with plenty of water and get out of the shower.

Cloth towels can harbor bacteria and get caught in your piercing, so we recommend cleaning your ear with disposable napkins.



Do not remove the piercing unless you have an allergic reaction in your body. If you want to change your piercing, contact your piercer.

If a medical procedure is required, contact your piercer to remove your piercing.

When you want to remove your piercing, ask your piercer for support and do the necessary care until your hole is closed.

If you suspect your piercing is infected, do not remove the piercing to allow the infection to drain. If you remove it, the surface cells will close, so the infection stays inside and an abscess may occur. If you think it is infected, contact your piercer.