So the last girl i was recently involved with got her nipples pierced back in late dec, a week or two after she met me. They were bars, but not made of metal or anything. She got them done down in Florida. I can't remember what it was called, but it looked like this acrylic/plastic type material. The piercer told her it cut healing time down a lot, it was also a lot lighter, and it was as inexpensive as the regular metal they use and that a lot of places were beginning to use it. Is this BS? Hers were healing very, very fast, but maybe she just had good skin for it. If so, this could've been the answer to all my piercing rejection problems i've always had during healing (minus the PA)... then again this might just be a "it's cheap plastic Memor and has been around forever you tool" kind of question, so who knows! haha thoughts?