Are stone plugs good for your ears?

Stone on healing ears is a no

As another porous material stone easily traps bacteria on the surface which for fresh piercings is the quickest way to an infection. You should also avoid stone piercings if your healed ears have become irritated or you have overly sensitive skin as it could cause an irritation.

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Moreover, are silicone gauges bad for your ears?

Silicone is bacteria friendly

Silicone is not on that list of initial body jewelry as it has a habit of trapping bacterial in between the ear and the plug itself. Ear stretching with silicone can lead to blowouts, bacterial issues including intrusions and infections.

Considering this, do fake gauges stretch your ears? Do fake plugs/gauges stretch your ears? No – fake gauges / plugs do not stretch your ears. They fit into your regular piercing and give the illusion of having plugs.

Beside above, should you sleep with gauges in?

I recommend you sleep with your plugs in your ears. Sleeping without them can cause irritation, dryness, and cracking. (This could just be my preference.) Once your ears completely heal, purchase a pair of wood plugs.

Why do gauges stink?

The reason your ear gauges smell bad is because they’re sitting in your ear. Your skin sheds almost every hour on the hour and all of those dead skin cells are left sitting on the gauge. Thus the stinky smell. To prevent this, a strict cleaning regiment is needed.

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