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Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm

Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm

Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm

Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm

Body Part: Labret, Monroe, Ear, Lip, Chin, Rook, Snug, Tragus, Daith, Helix, Orbital, Conch, Cartilage, Universal 

Bioplast Labret Monroe Lip Ear Tragus Rook Helix Piercing Bar Colour Gem 16g 8mm

Size: (approx.) Rhinestone = 2mm

Round Base Diameter = 5mm

Plug Gauge = 1.2mm - (16G)

Length = (approx.) Whole Item = 10mm;

Plug = 8mm

Material: Rhinoestone Crystal & Bio flex Bioplastic Bar

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Payment must be made within 4 days of purchase, if this is not possible please let us know or an reminder will be sent, after another 4 days if we have had no contact or payment a strike will be given by . Please always contact us if there is a problem.

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Due to the nature of our business we are unable to accept returns on items that have been removed from their clear sealed hygiene bags.

We send all our items out in clear sealed hygiene bags, so our customers can check the item before opening.

If you find a fault with the item or we have sent the wrong item out, please do not open the packaging as under no circumstances can we accept items back that have been removed from their clear sealed hygiene bags.

If an item is faulty or we have sent the wrong item, please get in touch with us straight away so we can arrange to have the item returned to us and the correct one sent out.

Sometimes we may ask you to provide images of the item still in its clear sealed hygiene bag, so we can see the fault or the wrong item and this way we can deal with your issue a lot quicker.

Under no circumstances will we be able to accept items back that have been removed from their clear sealed hygiene bags.

This is a health and hygiene law.

Items must be returned within 30 Days

    

     

General Aftercare Routine

Saline solution

Wash your hands thoroughly before cleaning or handling any piercing, especially if the piercing is 'fresh', or experiencing complications. The best and simplest kind of cleaning solution is Saline solution, which is 99% sterile water and 1% pure salt (Sodium Chloride). Saline can be purchased at a Chemist, a Pharmacy or made at home. If you make saline at home then you will need to boil some water in a clean pot or pan, pour the freshly boiled water into a container with a lid and then add less than ¼ tea-spoon of pure Sea or Mineral Salt. Use cotton buds to apply the solution to the area of you’re piercing and to wipe away any excess fluid or crust that has formed there. Try to make sure that your piercing stays dry.

New Piercing Cleaning Routine

You should clean your piercing regularly, at least twice a day and sometimes more if you have exerted yourself (i.e. exercise) or if it is hot and you are perspiring/sweating throughout the day. Be attentive to the changes in your piercing. Catching signs of problems early on is the best time to deal with them quickly. It's also a good way of making sure that you're not over cleaning you’re piercing.

Once Your Piercing Has Healed

Once the piercing has healed, you will have an artificial tunnel inside your flesh. This is called a fistula and it also benefits from regular cleaning. Infections can often begin as bacterial growth inside the fistula, so flushing it with saline solution every three or four months (slightly more frequently in the summer months) can help inhibit the build-up of germs and bacteria that lead to fungal infections or thrush. Some people's fistula close quite quickly once jewellery is removed so it’s best to have sterilised jewellery and cleaning solutions to hand so the job gets done quicker. Lubricate the tip, or the 'thread', of the jewellery with a water-based, antiseptic lubricant; approach your piercer, or doctor for suggestions. Taking a bath soaks an abdominal piercing in bath-water, which gets dirty very quickly, and could clog a fresh piercing with nasty germs. A shower is preferable because it is a constant stream of fresh water, washing dirt, grime and germs away from your body. Swimming in chlorinated pools is likely to irritate your piercing so it's best avoided until the piercing has healed; though seawater is, technically, great for your skin, it would be wise to avoid bathing in beaches with a reputation for having high concentrations of pollutants.

Day to Day with Your Piercing

Your clothing can interfere with your piercing in a few ways. If an item of clothing fits too tightly over the area that is pierced, rubbing it, then the piercing becomes aggravated, inflamed and sore to the touch. It will produce a clear puss-like liquid and the skin around the piercing might be encouraged to reject the jewellery. If the clothing you wear is not loose enough to allow fresh air to enter and exit the area around the piercing then the area can overheat enough to allow germs and bacteria to develop and cause you problems. Bear in mind that the location of the piercing might suffer the stresses of everyday activities. People who have their navel pierced, for example, but do sit-ups regularly would be advised that this strenuous activity will aggravate the piercing. Another example might be a parcel courier with a nipple piercing might have to switch the side of the body they hang their bag from. To give a piercing the best chance to heal you should consider the fact that your body requires certain nutrients and minerals to help it heal effectively. If you can honestly say that you eat a healthy diet then you are already providing your body with what it needs. If you don't eat healthily then it might be advisable to supplement you diet with Multivitamins and minerals which can be purchased at a chemist, a pharmacy or heath shop. The bottom line is; that a healthier person stands a better chance of healing more quickly than an unhealthy one. 

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