Nose piercing

The nose piercing is one of the most classic of all the piercings. It is used to give a unique and different style to the face.


Our nose piercings

Recommendations when getting a nose piercing



Choose the area of the nose

The nose also has some versatility, you can choose between different types of piercing such as: nostril, septum, nasallang, bridge, rhino, septril or Austin Bar.



Extreme care

To avoid infections, avoid contact with cosmetic products: make-up, creams or other lotions should not be applied to the wound until the piercing is fully healed.



If you have a cold…

Hardened fluid or mucus may have collected on the skin around the piercing – don't use your fingers. Clean up the dried mucus using a cotton swab.

Frequently asked questions before getting a nose piercing

We answer all your questions about nose piercings

What should you do after a nose piercing?

Once the nose piercing is done, it is very important that you follow the recommendations of our professional and go to him with any questions you may have. It is key to follow the care plan on a daily basis so that the healing will occur as soon as possible and the result will be the most optimal and expected. Here are some basic tips to follow during the healing process:

  • Keep your hands clean before touching the area.
  • Disinfect the wound three times a day and rotate the jewel carefully and gently.
  • Clean the area well with serum and antibacterial soap with a cotton swab.
  • If you feel more severe pain, have a fever or pus coming out of the piercing, see your doctor.
  • Remove any debris from the area carefully.
  • If you think it is necessary, use a healing cream recommended by the professional who did the piercing.
  • Keep the hole area airy and dry.
  • Avoid doing exercise in the first three days.
  • Don't pick at the scab: it's part of healthy healing.

In order for the nose piercing to heal correctly, you must follow the recommendations indicated by the professional. The healing time usually takes two to three months, although in reality it will depend on different factors, among them: the care and routines applied, the characteristics of the person's own skin and the area of the nose that has been pierced.

In this sense, nostril piercings are the fastest to heal, as they take between three and four weeks. For their part, septa take about four to six weeks to heal. And nasallang and rhino piercings are the ones that take even longer, their healing can take from one to two months.

The most recommended nose piercing, due to being less painful and quick to heal, is the nostril. It is also the most common of all. It is the one that pierces one of the nostrils of the nose, so that earrings or balls can be applied as jewelry, among others.

During the healing process, it is also advisable to wear a straight bar or pin-type piece: these are the best options for easier and faster healing, and also for cleaning.

If you have a piercing in your nose, it is more complex to blow your nose, but it should never be an impediment. What is certain is that it must be done with complete care to avoid damage or tears. We explain which ones:

  • Wash your hands and use a clean handkerchief.
  • Blow your nose less forcefully than normal: blow using the least amount of pressure.
  • Use a nasal spray if you have to continually blow your nose.
  • Take a hot shower or inhale steam to soothe yourself and clear your nose.
  • If you are wearing an earring, it is recommended that you change it to a straight clamp piece.
  • Sterilize the ring to get rid of mucus buildup.
  • Clean the piercing area twice a day.
  • Remove dried mucus using a cotton swab.
  • Sleep supporting the part of the face opposite to the one where the piercing is located to prevent it from rubbing against the pillow.
  • Avoid sticking your finger in your nose to prevent infection and bleeding.

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