TAT cartilage cleaning

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  1. 92_Sentra

    92_Sentra New Member

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    is there anything else i can clean it with besides sea salt? Maybe rubbing alc??
     
  2. whitepearl

    whitepearl OT Supporter

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    absolutly not, alcohol will dry out your piercing which may cause cracked and irritated skin and prolong healing..

    stick to sea salt.
     
  3. PleaseEatSomeShit

    PleaseEatSomeShit 1-900-RAT-FUCK

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    I usually clean my piercings out with provon.
     
  4. Laurel

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    what other piercings do you have besides your ears pleaseeatsomeshit?
     
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    PleaseEatSomeShit 1-900-RAT-FUCK

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    not enough :o
     
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    12345678 EH?

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    i used some soap crap that the piercer gave me.

    I'll be honest though, there were a few times it got infucted and i just doused it in rubbing alchohol. I think that's why it took that much longer to heal...not recommended
     
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    In addition to sea salt and plain soap and water, as odd as this sounds, saline solution (like what you store contacts in) worked wonders when my rook piercing was healing.
     
  8. Laurel

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    saline solution isn't recommended due to the additives in it. You'll get exactly the the same thing out of sea salt soaks than you would get with a purely(no other chemicals) saline solution
     
  9. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    I've just always used softsoap with warm water and sea salt soaks. Its the best way.
     

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