Finally you have dared to take the step and you have done your new piercing, but the process does not end with drilling and with your ear adorned with your favorite earrings. Keeping them away from infections is fundamental So you can enjoy and look 100% your piercings without giving you more than one headache.
As we already explained in our article about What are the types of piercing that exist, there are several types of piercing according to the area of your ear: the tragus, the conch, the lobe ...
Everyone can get infected without adequate care and hygiene, so in tell me that you want me to make at your disposal a care guide to know how to cure your ear after making a piercing Pay attention!
Before making a piercing
The most important thing when it comes to getting a piercing is to put yourself in the hands of a specialistIn this way you can avoid many problems when healing your piercings, since they can advise you on what piercings are the most suitable for a first set.
In our piercing study, our professionals They use American needle when drilling. Unlike the gun, the needle makes a clean cut without breaking the tissue, the slope is better tight and the risk of infection is much lower.
You can always choose the piercing of surgical steel Typical that is usually used in these cases, or you can opt for one of our first set piercing of titanium in silver or anodized gold and thus give a more original touch and with much more personality to the design of your ear.
How to cure an ear piercing?
Once you are clear what piercing do you like most for your first setting, it is time to start the correct hygiene To avoid infections. For us there are three fundamental rules:
- Take care of your piercing daily: Clean and disinfect piercing daily. We recommend using physiological serum and always drying it with a sterile gauze.
- Clean and repeat: Repeat the previous cleaning process twice a day.
- Avoid moisture: Excess moisture is not good to cure a first -set piercing, try to maintain that area always dry as much as possible.
Sometimes it is not enough to carry a daily cleaning of your piercing and that is why we recommend you have these advice in mind so that you put them into practice when healing your piercings, since in this way you can Avoid (even more) infections:
- Do not touch it! One of the main tips that you must follow Rajatabla after becoming a piercing in your ear is to try not to touch or move your new piercing. Your hands, however clean they may be, can drag bacteria that can infect the area.
- Extreme care: When you just got a new piercing, it is in the process of healing, so we recommend you wash your hands whenever you are going to proceed to clean it (remember the first point)
- Avoid corrosive liquids: Do not use chemicals such as alcohol, avoid putting creams or perfumes, can irritate the area and cause more serious problems. Use saline solutions such as physiological serum.
- Caution! Highly sensitive area: Try not to sleep about your new piercing. By crushing your ear against the pillow you can cause the wound to open or even cause hooks. You can use a travel pillow to help you keep the area elevated.
- Go to a doctor: If you consider that the healing of your piercing is complicating more than normal, it uses a doctor, as long as it is an urgent as in the case that serious or keloid infections appear.
Healing times of an ear piercing
With the passage of time, you will see that your piercing is already cured and the inconvenience is disappearing. It is at that time that you cannot stop imagining all the piercing options and slope combinations that you want to put on. But you have to keep in mind that according to where you have done your new piercing you must wait a certain period of time:
- Lobe piercing: It is one of the piercings that takes least to heal and therefore is one of the most common, because it is one of the least sensitive areas of our ear. His healing time is one of the lowest: from 2 to 4 months of healing, as well as drilling in the upper lobe or upper lobe.
- Piercing tragus: One of the piercings that is increasingly in tendency for the peculiar of the area in which it is located. It takes about 6-12 months to cure.
- Piercing Hélix: It is another of the most demanded piercings, and its healing time is estimated about 6 to 12 months.
- Piercing Forward Hélix: This piercing that is located on the upper outer part of the ear, takes to heal 4 to 6 months.
- Piercing Scopha. Another of the perforations that begins to be a trend is the scapha or flat. Located in the upper interior area of the ear, it takes to heal between 6 to 12 months.
- Piercing Rook: We are still inside our ear, but this time a little below the scapha. The rook also hesates between 6 to 12 months.
- Piercing Conch: Finally, the Conch located in the area of the inner cartilage of the ear, takes approximately 6-12 months to heal.
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And we make it even easier: from our online store you can buy your first set slope and reserve your appointment at any of our Studio Piercing From Madrid, where we have on our team with Andrea, professional ringwater with years of experience. Don't wait any longer and put on our hands to design your ear.