How to Remove a Rejecting Surface Piercing Safely?

Answer Surface bars are unique from any other body piercing jewelry because each end features a 90 degree angle called a post. The bar, without caps, closely resembles an unused staple. It's an innocuous ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Remove a Rejecting Surface Piercing Safely

Is my surface piercing rejecting?

If it's been pierced with a curved barbell, it's going to reject anyway sooner or later. Surface piercings in general only have a very slim chance of healing up and being permanent, but the jewelle... Read More »

How to Keep a Piercing From Rejecting?

It is only natural that our bodies try to reject piercings, which are foreign bodies lodged in our skin. However, you can take measures before and after your piercing that will help prevent your bo... Read More »

How to Know If Your Body Is Rejecting a Piercing?

When you get a piercing, your skin -- your body's largest organ -- may accept the initial trauma and the presence of jewelry or it may reject the jewelry you have placed through the skin. When reje... Read More »

Does the tragus piercing hurt more then the vertical surface tragus piercing?

Probably varies from person to person but I can image the tragus would hurt worse since it's through cartilage and the surface one is just through skin. I've never really found surface piercings to... Read More »