While the earlobe is the most common location for a body piercing, it is definitely not the only option out there. Many choose to pierce their tongue, lips, nose, eyebrows, nipples, naval and more. Many factors can affect piercings, including body type, location, skin, nerves, etc. Therefore, we have put together a little information on high-risk piercings.
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A common question we have been asked lately is, “Can daith piercings help with migraines?” Daith piercing has recently grown in popularity as a potential treatment for migraines. This type of piercing involves the innermost cartilage fold of the ear. Many who have a daith piercing claim that it has reduced the occurrence and impact of their migraines. However, is there really a connection between daith piercings and migraines?
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For many, facial piercings have been the difference between a “yes” or a “no” on a job application. However, there’s been an increasing social acceptance of nose piercings in more recent years. We will discuss this progression of social acceptance for nose piercings.
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If you are considering a nostril piercing, you might have some questions about healing time, as well as what’s normal and what’s not. We will answer these questions and more about nostril piercings so you can know what to expect when receiving one. Continue reading Nostril Piercing FAQs
Often considered taboo and on the fringe of fashion, nipple piercings are becoming increasingly popular as the trend grows among many Americans. This trend has actually been around for centuries, but hasn’t become more of a “fashion statement” until more recent years.
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