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  • How to clean a piercing
    After the pier
  • General healing time
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  • Do's & Don'ts
    -To reduce the risk of your piercing becoming infected, good hygiene is important. Always wash your hands and dry them thoroughly with a clean towel or kitchen roll before touching the area around the piercing. -Avoid fiddling with the area and don't turn the piercing. If a crust develops over the piercing, don't remove it – it's the body's way of protecting the piercing. -The piercing may bleed when you first have it done, and it may bleed for short periods over the next few days. It may also be tender, itchy and bruised for a few weeks.
  • How to make a sea salt soak
    The appropriate ratio for the mixture is ¼ a teaspoon of non-iodized salt in 8oz or 1 cup of water. For this method, you would do one to two soaks a day for five to ten minutes. During the soak the piercing needs to be completely submerged in the sea salt mixture.
  • Piercing bumps
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  • Aftercare products to use
    We offer Neilmed piercing aftercare fine mist and full stream. We highly recommend this brand for easy cleaning. The product contains sea-salt that helps with the healing process.
  • Metals we use
    Here at Dzul Ink Lounge, we use stainless surgical steel, titanium, and 14 solid gold and gold plated.
  • Do we sterilize personal jewelry?
    Yes! We have trained piercers who are able to sterilize your jewerly for a fee of $40.00. We do request that you provide us the jewelry two weeks in advance if you are planning on getting the jewelry pierced with. But please keep in mind that we are not able to use all personal jewelry despite the sterilization.
  • Signs of infection
    Signs of an infected piercing include: -red and swollen skin around the piercing -pain or tenderness when touching the area -yellow or green discharge coming from the piercing -a high temperature (fever)



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