1. Keep the bandage on for at least 3 hours.
2. Remove the bandage and clean it with soap and water.
3. Clean 3-4 times per day & then apply a thin layer of ointment (AQUAPHOR or AQUATAT).
4. At bedtime, apply a thin layer of ointment & wrap with saran wrap. This is just for the first 4-5 nights.
5. Don't expose tattoo to the sun, pool, or ocean for at least 2 weeks.
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Do not use alcohol or peroxide on your new piercing. These products will kill the new cells that are
forming to heal your new piercing. Also do not use neosporin, vaseline, or any other creams/
ointments. Ointments and creams prevent oxygen from getting to your new piercing, which it
needs to heal. Always THOROUGHLY wash your hands before handling any new piercing until
it has healed. You may wash, bathe and swim with your new piercing, however, chlorine is not recommended. Be sure to avoid sand and lotions in direction contact with your piercing during
the healing process.
Facial & Body Piercings
Piercings located in the naval, eyebrow, septum, ears, nipples, or any other cartilage piercing
should be cleaned with antibacterial soap and warm water 3-4 times daily. Be sure to remove any
buildup of crust or discharge from the area. After cleaning, you should apply bactine or H2Ocean very sparingly and rotate your jewelry. This should be followed through during the entire healing time, even if the piercing seems to be healed already. Always keep make-up, hair products, lotions, etc., away from your piercing.
Every time you eat, drink, smoke, kiss, or put anything in your mouth other than water, you must rinse with antiseptic mouthwash such as Listerine. Also rinsing with warm salt water will help your piercing heal more quickly. Jewelry in oral piercings tend to rotate as you talk so addition rotating isn't required. Jewelry in oral piercings are more likely to come loose so make sure your jewelry is tight and secure. If tongue becomes sore, rotate between mouth wash and salt water.
Cartilage: 9-12 months
Ears: 4-6 weeks
Naval: 9 months
Tongue: 2-4 weeks
Lip: 6-8 weeks
Eyebrow: 6-8 weeks
Nipple: 4-8 months
Nose: 6-8 weeks