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What to do about those bumps!

The most common bumps you can get from piercings look like these. Causes   There are several things that can cause these annoying little things.  Poor fitting jewelry, playing with your piercing too much, giving it a good pull etc. So how to fix it.  In my experience there is only one way to deal with this problem and that is with wet heat. So take a wet hot cloth, as hot as you can stand it and apply it to the area.  Leave it on until it cools.  Then follow it up with some sea salts to dry it...

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Female genital piercings

Vertical Clitoral Hood (VCH) To listen to some chatting about this piercing please see the link below.    This piercing should be done with a straight or curved 14 gauge barbell.  You can ask for a hoop but your chances of ripping your hood increase.  Anything thinner than 14 gauge is not acceptable as it will act like a razor likely ripping your tissue during healing.  Once it's healed you can use 16 gauge as well but don't go any thinner.  The top ball of the barbell should be at the very top of your hood.  Because of this,...

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How to stretch your ear lobes to wear plugs and tunnels.

How to stretch your ear lobes to wear plugs and tunnels

One gauge at a time! If you have never stretched your lobes and are only use to wearing basic studs, you would be sitting at 18 gauge right now.  Gauge means the thickness of the metal on the posts you wear.  Gauges start at 16 and get thicker as the number gets smaller.  So it’s 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0, 00, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 7/8 and 1 inch. It’s important to increase your size one gauge at a time to prevent blowouts and scarring.  Try to consider that you may change your mind...

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How to figure out what size nose hoop/stud/bone you need.

what size nose jewelry do you need

This can be frustrating for most so doing a blog about it seemed like a good idea.     Let's work with the right diameter first.  All body jewelry is and should be stated as the inside diameter of the hoop.  What you need to do if find yourself a ruler.  Using the mm part, place it from your piercing to the rim of your nose.  There's your diameter. That will give you a comfy fit without the hoop hanging down.  Many like to have a hoop that's a bit larger so just add 2mm to that to give you the...

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How To Use Open Close a Segment Seamless Hoops Rings

how to use a segment ring

A while ago I (Laura) did up a video on how to use segments rings.  Hope you find this helpful!  The tool that I'm using in this video is called a hemostat.  If you would like to buy one from us please let us know.  They are 16.99.

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