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KEEP YOUR NEW PIERCING CLEAN & DRY:
- Always wash your hands thoroughly before touching your ears or piercing earrings.
CLEANSE 2X DAILY:
- Cleanse the front and back of the piercing site two times a day using Aftercare Solution.
ROTATE YOUR EARRINGS:
- Rotate the earrings completely during cleansing to prevent the posts from adhering to the ear.
MIX IT UP:
- You may now change your earrings!
- After your 6-week healing period, feel free to change your earrings to other styles. For the next 6 months, avoid going more than 24 hours without an earring, or your piercing may close.
- Once the 12-week healing period is complete, you can switch to other styles. For the next 6 months, wear earrings 24/7 to prevent closure.
PLAY IT SAFE:
- Continue to clean your piercing site and earrings with your aftercare solution as needed.
- Keep your piercing clean and dry.
- Wash your hands thoroughly before touching your ears or earrings.
- Cleanse your piercing site three times daily using Inverness Aftercare Solution.
- Cleanse immediately after swimming or exercising.
- Exercise caution while brushing your hair, removing clothing, or participating in sports.
- For the first 6 months after your piercing heals, protect it by wearing light stud-style earrings.
- Do NOT remove your earrings during the healing period.
- Avoid excessive touching; the less contact, the faster it will heal.
- Refrain from wearing turtlenecks or tight-neck shirts until your piercings have healed.
- Remember to cleanse your ears immediately after using hair products or perfume to avoid product build-up and irritation.
- Be mindful of your newly-pierced ears during daily activities. Avoid bumping them when changing clothes, putting on glasses, using your phone, or styling your hair.
- Avoid wearing heavy earrings for 6 months to a year after your piercing has healed.
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