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Professional piercer and New Age Body Piercing Salon owner Noel Garcia talks about navel piercings. One of the most popular ...
and commonly requested piercings is actually one of the most difficult to maintain and keep disinfected.
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How to Care for a Navel Piercing
On behalf of TVLesson.com this is Noel Garcia from New Age Piercing.
Let’s talk about the most popular piercing ever, the navel piercing, belly button usually on women. It’s beautiful, is the one pierce that has the most jewelry on. You have thousands of selection but it's the most pierce and that is the hardest to keep clean.
The best way to actually take care your piercing and keep it clean when it's well done, when it's done precise. Not very long on the navel, that way the big part to heal. As I saw one yesterday, always keep it clean. Whenever you're going to touch it, wash your hands. Whenever you think you're going to clean it, wash your hands.
It's a good for the first couple of weeks of your piercing being done to throw some fresh of water during the day to keep it clean away from bacteria and germs. Don’t ever touch your pierce in with dirty hands. Don’t let anybody touch your piercing with dirty hands. Keep away with chemicals, alcohol back on it stab, saliva, sensual fluids mechanism happens away for it at least for the first three months of the piercing. It's a very pretty piercing but it's the pierce that actually gives the most problem. So keep it clean always. Wash you hands always.
If you're in a place and you're near in a beach is the beast thing ever. Salt water is the best thing ever for a piercing. Of course, being straight from the ocean is always the best thing. Our lakes are not that good. They actually maintain a lot of germs and bacteria. Been there in an enclosed area especially from the sun when it gets hot and that’s when they create most bacteria.
Pools’ chlorine, not very good especially before their three months is not good. So always keep it your piercing clean. Believe it or not, fresh water, clean hands, some you know, go to the beach is the best that cheapest away and will always be good.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, thank you for watching.