How to Safely Replace a Belly Button Ring?

Answer Hepatitis, syphilis and AIDS are just a few of the communicable diseases that can be transmitted through belly button piercing. The risk of acquiring one of these diseases through your piercing is ... Read More »

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Belly Button Ring Risks?

The current fashion of tight abs, exposed midriffs and hipsters makes belly button piercing and fancy jewelry accessories the rage among high school girls, young women and even some men. The glam a... Read More »

How to Remove a Belly Button Ring?

After you've had your belly button pierced, the ring must remain in place for 6 to 12 weeks. This allows the piercing to adequately heal, ensuring it won't close up once the ring is removed. Once t... Read More »

Belly button ring help!!?

Don't worry you won't have to take it off. Just make sure you clean it really well with your sea salt soaks. The crusts are actually good of you didn't know. Your body is pushing out bad bacteria i... Read More »

How to Clean a Belly-Button Ring?

It's important to take proper care of body piercings, such as belly button rings, to avoid infection. Cleaning your piercing appropriately throughout the healing process will ensure that your pierc... Read More »