Average Piercing Healing Times

Piercing healing times vary from person to person. Below are approximate healing times for healthy piercings on most people, but keep in mind that your piercing may heal more quickly or take even longer. Continue suggested aftercare for at least the amount of time listed below for your piercing.

At the end of the healing time, twice-daily cleaning is no longer required, although once-a-day cleaning is still suggested. When your piercing is healed, jewelry can safely be changed but it shouldn’t be left out for longer than it takes to switch jewelry. Even once the hole becomes permanent it can still shrink and make jewelry reinsertion more difficult. If you like your piercing, keep jewelry in it.

Ear & Facial Piercings

Ear Lobes ------------------------------------------------ 6–8 weeks

Ear Cartilage  ---------------------------------------- 6 months–1 year

Eyebrow-------------------------------------------------   6–8 weeks

Nostril-----------------------------------------------6 months–1 year

Septum--------------------------------------------------   6–8 weeks


Oral Piercings

Tongue -----------------------------------------------------4-6 weeks

Lip/Labret--------------------------------------------------6–8 weeks

Monroe ----------------------------------------------------6–8 weeks

Frenulum---------------------------------------------------4-6 weeks


Nipples & Navels

Male Nipples -------------------------------------------4–6 months

Female Nipples--------------------------------------6 months–1 year

Navels----------------------------------------------6 months–1 year


Female Genital Piercings

Clitoral Hood----------------------------------------------4–6 weeks


All body Jewelry is manufactured out of

Implant Grade Surgical Steel 316LVM

All Gems that appear on the Jewelry are Swarovski Crystals

  We promise that you will leave our shop with a clean, beautiful piercing. What you do from here is up to you. You must be responsive to and responsible for your own body. If at any point you have any problems or questions, please feel free to stop in, give us a call, or send us an email. We are here to help.