Filipina’s are known to be modest and reserved. But nowadays, I can see a lot of of Filipina women who have their bodies tattooed and pierced. That is maybe because they can see some of their Celebrity idols have it, or they want to be different and like to try something new.
I am not against body piercing, but I am suggesting that if you feel the need to pierce a body part, be sure to follow these tips:
- Pick a skilled practitioner- Bad piercing technique can result in injury, bleeding, and even nerve damage.
- Insist on a sterile setup- To avoid contracting HIV and hepatitis B and C, make sure your technician dons a new needle from the plastic in front of you.
- Keep it clean- You’re at risk for infection until the site heals, so wash your new piercing twice a day with antibacterial soap.
- Choose the best materials – Make sure that the body jewelry you will use and accessories are manufactured from the finest and highest quality materials. You can choose from jewelries made from 316L Surgical Grade Stainless Steel, .925 Sterling Silver, Solid 14k Gold or Solid Titanium.
For those who want to have a body jewelry but are afraid to pierce their bodies, here is a good news, there are lots of non piercing body jewelry that you can choose from. For me, I’d rather chose this nail rings that is so cute and fashionable.
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