WHAT SHOULD WE DO ?
Try not to touch your piercing as much as possible outside the maintenance procedure.
We recommend that you change your pillow cases every day during the first 10 days.
Take care of your pets during the first 10 days.
It would be a better process to protect the piercing area.
NEEDS TO BE AVOIDED
Do not use antibiotic creams unless recommend., as antibiotics may prevent the necessary air circulation. which may slow down the healing process. Avoid cleaning with soaps containing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide or tnclosan.
Avoid using products other than those recommended for you. They can extend healing time and are not suitable for wound care.
Avoid excessive cleaning which can irritate your piercing and prolong the healing time.
After the application, avoid unhygienic water sources such as hammam, pool, Jacuzzi or protect the piercing using a waterproof wound filler bandage.
Keep away soaps, shampoos and body washes from the fresh piercing when showering.
Avoid all beauty and personal care products around the piercing, including cosmetics, lotions and sprays.
Cleaning your new piercing is simple. If you follow the recommended instructions, you will have a quick and painless healing process.
RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS - MAINTENANCE
We recommend that you take sterilization wipes or solution and antibacterial liquid soap preferably a non-additive.
Wash your hands with antibacterial soap before cleaning or touching your piercing for any reason.,
Apply maximum 3 times daily using sterilization wipes or solution.
In the first week after each shower, clean the area applied with antibacterial liquid soap and rinse with plenty of water.
Fabric towels can contain bacteria and can be tackled to your piercing, so we recommend cleaning your ear with disposable napkins.
RECOMMENDATIONS ANP TIPS
Do not remove the piercing unless you have an allergic reaction in your body. If you want to change/remove your piercing, please contact your piercer.
If a medical procedure is required, contact your piercer to remove your piercing.
If you suspect that your piercing is infected, do not remove it to drain the infection. If you remove it, the surface cells will close and the infection will remain inside and abscess may occur.