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Industrial Piercing Jewellery By Piercebody.com

A single barbell passes through these two holes, which are at a distance of 2.5 inches from each other. Small balls or dices screw on either end of the backside of the jewelry to secure it.

 
 
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PRLog - Jul. 25, 2011 - BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -- Definition, History and Types

Ear piercing has been practiced in our society for decades. The oldest mummified body with pierced ear discovered to date is five thousand years old, Otzi the Iceman. It was discovered in a Valentina Trujillon glacier in Austria. Piercing was considered to be an indispensable part of our ancient culture’s spiritual and physical identity. An industrial piercing which is also referred as Scaffold Piercing or Construction Piercing refers to any two pierced holes which are connected with a single piece of jewelry. It is basically done on the upper cartilage of the ear. A double puncture or hole is done on the upper ear cartilage.

A single barbell passes through these two holes, which are at a distance of 2.5 inches from each other. Small balls or dices screw on either end of the backside of the jewelry to secure it. This type of body piercing can be done on other body parts such as navel but the most common form of piercing in this category is no doubt the ear. Different varieties of body jewelry made of different materials are available in this segment. Barbell made of surgical stainless steel is the most common form used, apart from that fancy barbell with a wide range of shapes and colored gems embedded at the center is also popular. You can also own skull, gem stones etc. at the center or balls, dice, acrylic ball etc. at the two ends of the barbell

Placement, Risk and After Care
When compared to other form of body piercing, industrial piercing is more risky and painful. Hence one must always consult and seek the help of a reputed piercer who has a good, clean and sterile working environment with proven track record. This kind of piercing is said to be painful because of the procedure involved. The piercer makes the first hole and inserts the barbell; now keeping this barbell into hanging the second hole is made. If the alignment is not correct it can lead to a lot of pain in the process of pushing the barbell into the second hole. An expert will definitely make this process less painful and quick.

For healing one must clean the pierced area with saline water at least two to three times in a day. Do not disturb the pierced area; avoid using anti bacterial soap or peroxide until they are recommended by your piercer. If your pierced area is not properly healed this may lead to infection and scar.

Healing Period
The healing period is three months for such kind of piercing. Industrial piercing is one of the trendiest, bold and cool forms of bringing out your inner self. This is the prime reason why it is so popular among both men and women.

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Healing Period
The healing period is three months for such kind of piercing. Industrial piercing is one of the trendiest, bold and cool forms of bringing out your inner self. This is the prime reason why it is so popular among both men and women.

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