In today’s blog we will be talking about what type of people should not get piercings. Let’s get started!
People that get grossed out easily
The first type of person that should not get a piercing is a person who gets grossed out easily. If you get grossed out by blood, bodily fluid, and or pus then piercings are not for you. You’re going to have to clean it every single day for the next few months and if that grosses you out then piercings aren't for you.
People who are sensitive to pain
If you’re very sensitive to pain and you want a piercing this is probably not a good idea for you. Reason being is because piercings are painful not only when you first get them but it could also be months down the line as well. If you have any complications, for example if you sleep on it and your piercing swells you may need a longer piece of jewelry and switching it out could be very painful because the jewelry can be tight on your ear which is swollen.
Yes, we recommend athletes do not get piercings. The reason for this is because in sports there is a lot of contact and if you get it hit or it gets pulled on then it is going to cause a lot of complications. Also if you don’t clean it after a sweaty game or a sweaty practice you can also catch an infection.
No Piercing Dress Code
If you are working an office job or anywhere that doesn’t allow piercings we recommend not getting one. Keep in mind you’re going to spend so much money on a piercing you want and at the end of the day you’re going to have to either take it out which is going to be a waste of money, or get fired from your job and now you have to look for another one. Don’t lose your job over a piercing.
People Who Don’t Take Care Of Themselves
If you don’t take care for yourself you will most likely not take care of your piercing. You’re doing a disservice to yourself and your piercing when yo
u don’t clean it properly or take care of it properly. Instead of going through the hassle of getting an infection and ruining your body just don’t get one at all.
Through our experience we know that children don’t have the proper knowledge on how to take care of a piercings. No matter if you give them the aftercare and all the products that they should use to clean their piercings, they just won’t use it. If the child wants a piercing and the parents say they don’t have enough money for it, you will see a lot of kids filming piercing themselves and all we have to say is just don’t do it. It is not safe to do it on your own, these people are professionals and to have a child try to do what a professional does at home is not safe at all.
Reasons why we don’t recommend clumsy people to get a piercing is because if you are clumsy you will be bumping into your piercing all the time. A lot of the times people blame their piercers for the problems when in reality they either slept on it or it got pulled really really hard that it changed the angle of their piercing.
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