Video: ❶ How To Prick Your Nose
Of all the piercings, the most popular are by far the piercing of the earlobes and the nasal wall. I must say that a puncture of the nasal septum using such an ornament as a ring with a ball in the middle or without it, the procedure is very painful, although very short, it is not recommended to do it at home. Location: Location: If you decide to pierce your nose yourself, then wait until the cool season, when there is practically no dust and there are no sweating provocateurs (they are an obstacle to healing) and try to pierce your own nostrils, for example (this is the easiest way to do this).
To do this, prepare the necessary materials - surgical gloves and cotton wool (they must be extremely sterile), a sharp needle from a dropper with a plastic tube, select its diameter depending on the thickness of your nose, and 100 ml of alcohol. If you want to anesthetize the procedure, you can use dental medications (lidocaine ampoules or aerosol), but it is better to do without anesthesia. Also buy chlorhexidine or miramistin solutions, as well as antibiotic ointment, which you will need later to care for your piercing.
Now - the actual puncture. Place an earring, ring, or other pier of your choice in a small container of rubbing alcohol. While the sterilization process is in progress, disinfect the needle, put on gloves and, after inserting a cotton swab into the nostril that you intend to decorate, thoroughly wipe this place with alcohol. Then twist the nostril and with a sharp movement pierce it, then remove the needle, and leave the plastic accompaniment in the resulting hole. Next, insert one end of the pier into this tube and pull it out; the pier should, as it were, suck in and snap into place. Finally, moisten the puncture site with alcohol.
Do not relax, this is only half the battle. Now the main thing is not to touch or move the piercing, at least for a while. And also do not forget to disinfect the puncture point with the above solutions twice a day. And, besides, do not be tempted to replace the inserted jewelry with another one until the wound is completely healed and the canal is formed.
As a rule, these measures are enough for the healing to take place on time (usually about a month) and without unnecessary problems. However, for the first six months, it is still not worth taking out the pier for more than 24 hours, otherwise the channel may overgrow.