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Old 8th October 2008, 06:27 PM
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hey hun thankies!

we've been using a new pillowcase every two nights, strangely i havent caught it on anything at all!! not even on bed sheets or my hair (which is actually now pretty short compared to how these ladies remember me )
alas, im always stressed! and im a caffiene addict! LOL could explain why my piercings take so friggin long to heal!

*cough* i use hydrogen peroxide to clean it *grin*
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Old 13th October 2008, 08:42 AM
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Lol.. peroxide is no good for cleaning piercings! .. submerge your ear in a cup of warm water with a pinch of sea salt until the water cools down, repeat the process 2 -3 times a day, specially before going to bed, your piercing will heal without any problems
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Old 13th October 2008, 05:17 PM
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peroxide is the only thing that has ever helped my piercings heal!

to prove a point i had another piercing done at the same time i stretched my cartlidge (and got a mini blow out and blood and all hell broke out) i cleaned my cartlidge with peroxide and my other piercing (which was also in cartlidge) with salt water "the usual" and that one has gone manky and is now being treated very carefully as its swollen, red and weeping non stop! so thats now being cleaned with peroxide and its slowly going down!

i clean it twice a day, anymore than that and i get more problems from over cleaning
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maybe because you put to much salt, that will cause the oposite and will burn you! .. just a smal pinch in warm water ..
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Old 15th October 2008, 05:57 PM
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even when my mum did it with the tinyest amount of salt i had issues. now im using peroxide on the new one its healing great, very little weeping and only a few crusites. xx
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It takes time to stretch these types of piercings so dont rush it.
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