We go through all of the most popular piercings, describing how much each one is likely going to hurt, so you’ll know exactly what to expect on the day.
Piercings may seem simple at face value, but they can portray numerous attitudes, styles and statements. In this section we’ll help to explain everything you may have wanted to know about piercings and piercing aftercare in general.
Getting A Piercing
If you’re thinking about getting a piercing, you’d best familiarize yourself with the options available, as the choices you make can have a lasting impact.
It’s true, piercings can hurt more than tattoos, but it depends on several factors, including where you’re getting pierced or tattooed. Learn more here.
If you’re thinking about getting a piercing but are worried about potential bleeding, read on to see what’s normal, and what to do to minimize any bleeding.
General Piercing FAQs
Piercings can affect the chances of getting a job, but it’s not always a hard and fast rule. Read more here about whether your own piercings may impact you.
Ear piercings can be adorable on your baby and have wonderful cultural benefits. What age and choices should we consider when getting a baby’s ears pierced?
Will scanners and metal detectors embarrass you at the airport because of your piercings? What should you do to avoid a mishap? Here’s all you need to know.
Piercing Aftercare FAQs
Tired of buying saline solution whenever you get a new piercing? Make your own with our simple steps, and learn how to keep your piercings perfectly clean.
If you’re unfortunate enough to have a keloid on your piercings, you’ll know exactly how troublesome and unsightly they can be. We’ll try our best to help.
Considering getting a piercing but heard that they can itching while healing? Read on to find out why this sometimes happens and what you can do about it.
Getting a piercing demands a sense of adventure, but it can also afffect your sense of smell. New piercings can smell bad for a few reasons. Let us explain.
Tea tree is a natural oil for healing in many cultures. Although it can benefit our piercings, it’s best to know when and how to prevent complications.