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  1. ... IN PLACES and i cant use home bleaching kits or hydrogen proxide or anything like that i was just wondering if there are...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/02/2016

  2. ... ear down. Use a paper towel and put some rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide on it and clean it (it may sting, a lot). Use an antibacterial like neosporin...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/01/2016

  3. Let water run over it in the shower to irrigate the wound a bit and get to the store tomorrow. But sea salt is no longer industry standard - it doesn't create a sterile isotonic solution like you need. Soap and peroxide are definite no no's. Get a sterile saline...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 02/11/2015

  4. ...need to make sure you keep the area clean. You can do this by pouring hydrogen peroxide over a cotton ball and dab it on your ear. It may sting but it...

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 24/10/2015

  5. ...harsh and unnecessary products. Get rid of the rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and Neosporin. The only thing that should go on a ...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/10/2015

  6. ...should recommend using sterile saline twice daily. Never use antibacterial soap, hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, or ointments on your piercing...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 13/10/2015

  7. New nostril piercings will close up very quickly without jewelry. More than likely you'll need to allow the area to heal before getting it re-pierced, unless you get it on the other nostril. Also, high quality body jewelry is very secure and shouldn't just come out on it's own...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 01/10/2015

  8. ...it. It's going through the healing process. Dont put hydrogen peroxide on it whatever you do! Go to your local rite aid, walmart,kinney...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 21/09/2015

  9. ...and your aftercare is certainly irritating the piercing. Hydrogen peroxide should never go on a healing piercing, I really hope...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 17/09/2015

  10. ...want to damage the skin), maybe with something like lemon juice or (standard drug-store-grade) hydrogen peroxide, if it bothers you. Another thing you can try is...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 17/09/2015

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