Most guns force blunt-ended studs through the tissue of your ears, a painful process that can cause damage. … Piercing guns should never be used to pierce any area of the body except an earlobe. Do not use them on the harder cartilage of the ear. Ear cartilage can be shattered by guns.
Keeping this in view, how do I treat an infected ear piercing?
How are infected ear piercings treated?
- Applying a warm compress to the infected earlobe or cartilage.
- Rinsing the infected earlobe with sterile saline.
- Using antibiotic ointment on the affected area.
- Taking oral antibiotics for more severe infections.
Keeping this in consideration, are disposable ear piercing guns safe?
??Safety Ear Piercing?Since the gun is disposable, it can be safely pierced without being reused. Safe, no in-fection, no allergy. ??Wide Application?This self ear piercing gun can be used for first time users or professionals alike,suitable for ear piercing salon use or home use.
Where is the safest place to get ears pierced?
Any piercing, no matter who administers it, is a risk. Shopping mall kiosks are generally safe places to get your ears pierced, but it’s still a risk. You can schedule an appointment to have your ears pierced by a dermatologist or other healthcare professional.
Using piercing guns, like at Claire’s, causes massive trauma to the skin and flesh as instead of a hollow, sharp needle, the ear is pierced with a solid and fairly blunt earring, forced through the ear at speed. This can cause a lot of scarring, and the ear will take longer to heal.
Minor pierced ear infections can be treated at home. With proper care, most will clear up in 1 to 2 weeks.
If a new piercing is infected, it is best not to remove the earring. Removing the piercing can allow the wound to close, trapping the infection within the skin. For this reason, it is advisable not to remove an earring from an infected ear unless advised by a doctor or professional piercer.
Follow these steps to take care of a minor piercing infection:
- 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.
All our ear piercings use a high quality Studex System 75 instrument. This means you can benefit from a system which offers: Fully disposable, single use, sterilised cartridges for hygienic and effective piercing.
It’s basically a saline solution with phosphoric acid added. It’s totally safe. If you go to a tattoo shop and get a piercing, you are told to clean with salt water.
Most piercing guns aggressively force blunt ended studs through the tissue of your ears which is painful and unnatural, and can cause serious damage. This process simply forces the stud through your ear, wedging the jewelry between irritated and now-inflamed skin.
Dear, this puncture gun is disposable and not reusable. We designed it to prevent cross-infection caused by repeated use.
“DIY piercings are so dangerous and online kits (which sometimes include alcohol wipes and cotton pads) imply that nothing can go wrong,” says Megan. “In my experience, this is definitely not the case.” Piercing guns in particular can cause a lot of damage.
Piercing using guns can severely damage the ear tissue and cartilage. They can also cause extreme pain and infection because they are not sterile. … Make piercing guns illegal. Make any piercer be licensed before they are able to pierce and make sure all equipment is properly sterilized.