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Prior to contact with your piercing, be sure to thoroughly wash your hands before cleaning! This is important to ensure that there will be no bad bacteria to potentially infect the healing piercing.
∙ Other than when cleaning your new piercing, DO NOT touch your piercing!! It is important to keep your new piercing clean, and to not irritate it.
∙ Normal bathing and showering is acceptable, but do your best to keep soaps and shampoos away from your piercing, as some chemicals can irritate the area.
∙ All body piercings must be cleaned 2-3 times per day, every day, for the entire duration of your initial healing period.
∙ Avoid over cleaning your piercing, as the solution to clean it can irritate it if used at an excessive amount
∙ DO NOT use alcohol, peroxide, or antibacterial soaps on your new piercings. Those cleaning agents can be too strong for a fresh piercing, and can cause issues with a proper heal.
∙ Avoid placing any ointments such as Polysporin, or strong antibiotic ointment on your piercing. These ointments prevent oxygen from entering the open wound and will form a sticky residue that can cause issues on healing.
∙ Avoid sleeping on a piercing during the healing process to the best of your ability! This could vary the length of your healing process.
∙ DO NOT remove ANY jewelry from a potentially infected area. Swelling, redness, and soreness is normal for the first week or so. Icing your piercing to reduce swelling is recommended. If these symptoms occur for longer than one week, and an infection occurs, please contact your family Physician within 24 hours.
Thank you for your trust in getting your new piercing with us at No Love Lost Tattoo Studio. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the shop, or come in to see me, and we will be glad to assist you! -Curtis Hircock