In 3 and 4 months, the number of piercing patients will increase rapidly.
After the first piercing, 1-2 weeks will be disinfected with a mild antiseptic solution. However, it is controversial whether disinfection is absolutely necessary because disinfectants may delay the piercing hole epithelialization.
Since it is an artificially created wound, it is generally difficult to infect, but it is true that dirt is easy to accumulate in the hole and it is easy to propagate bacteria, so you can disinfect a little It will be.
However, disinfecting more than necessary increases the risk of infection by preventing the epithelialization of piercing holes.
From the theory of wound treatment, disinfection is often harmful.
You can simply wash the hall.
It is said that the clinic prescribes vitamin C derivative lotion dissolved in ethyl alcohol, which is said to promote epithelialization.
Many clinics seem to use hibiten, but there are reports of shocks and it is dangerous to think that disinfection is safe and effective.
The important thing is to never remove your earrings for a period of time.
In addition, it is to wash the pierced hole part every day.
When the piercing is opened, the skin grows from the front and back of the earlobe, creating a skin tunnel. This is called a piercing hole, but it takes 1 months for a person with a thin earlobe to do this, and a month and a half for a person with a thick earlobe.
Removing the piercing before the piercing hole is completed not only makes it easier for bacterial infections to occur, but it may also close the hole that has been opened. Once the pierced hole is completed, the hole remains without piercing. However, if the pierced earrings are not inserted, the hole will be smaller, making it difficult to insert the pierced earrings again. If you always put your earrings, you will have less trouble.
As soon as you open the pierced earrings, we recommend an orthodox one with a small bracket (called a catch) that catches the pierced shaft.
When exchanging earrings, be careful to avoid damaging the earring holes. Bacterial infections are more likely to occur when inserted roughly and allowed to bleed from piercing holes.
Recently, you can see that the earrings are opened in the cartilage part above the ear, not the earlobe, but the cartilage is very weak against infection and the ear may be deformed when it is infected. Therefore, it is safer to open the pierced earrings at the earlobe, avoiding the part of the cartilage.
It is recommended that piercing be performed at a specialized medical institution.