On saline sprays
The process is simple: spray the saline directly onto your piercing, and let it soak in. That’s it. Unlike saline soaks, saline sprays don’t fully flush the piercing. This is why it’s important to do a combination of both saline sprays and soaks during the first weeks of healing in any piercing.
Keeping this in view, how do you use an aftercare spray on a piercing?
In respect to this, how do you use salt spray for piercings?
Spray directly on piercing and allow to air dry. Apply as needed to the affected areas. Recommended use is 3 to 6 times per day. H2Ocean’s Sea Salt Body Piercing Spray may also be used as a sea salt soak when needed for infections, keloids and other piercing irritations.
Which saline solution is best for piercings?
|Formulated with||Purified water, USP sodium chloride|
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You can use warm water and soap. Just keep it clean. Alcohol is ok too. If you want to use salt water that’s fine but not necessary.
To speed things up, clean the piercing every day with mild soapy water. Don’t irritate the skin around the piercing and avoid reopening the wound, which could slow down healing time. Give the tissue around the piercing plenty of time to heal before you change the jewelry.
TO CLEAN YOUR PIERCING, USE ONE OF THESE METHODS:
- Warm Sea Salt Soaks. …
- Morton Fine Grind Mediterranean Sea Salt, 4.4 oz. …
- Sterile Saline Sprays. …
- Mild Liquid Soap. …
- DO NOT USE Rubbing Alcohol or Hydrogen Peroxide. …
- DO NOT USE Antibiotic Ointments. …
- DO NOT USE Bactine® and Ear Piercing Solutions with BZK (Benzalkonium chloride)
Stir 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt into 1 cup of warm, sterile water until it’s fully dissolved. … You can apply your homemade sea salt solution the same way you would when using store-bought piercing aftercare spray to do full soaks.
Treating the infection at home
- Wash your hands before touching or cleaning your piercing.
- Clean around the piercing with a saltwater rinse three times a day. …
- Don’t use alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, or antibiotic ointments. …
- Don’t remove the piercing. …
- Clean the piercing on both sides of your earlobe.
Sterile salt water sprays or saline solutions are typically suggested for use in cleaning a new piercing due to not being as harsh as other cleaning agents.