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Frequently Asked Question

  1. What is Pearl Piercing Jewelry?

    Pearl Piercing Jewelry can best be described as Body Jewelry that features Pearl as the main center of attraction. It includes Pearl Earrings, Belly Button Rings, Nose Studs, or jewelry for just any other type of body piercing.

  2. Are Pearls suitable for body piercings?

    Being an organic gemstone that is born from an oyster, Pearls are hypoallergenic, which simply suggests that they are unlikely to cause any kind of allergic reaction (make sure to invest in an hypoallergenic metal too though). So yes, they are considered suitable for Body piercings, especially in areas where the jewelry won’t experience excessive moment or friction. However, owing to their delicate nature, you might want to confine wearing them in piercings that are less prone to irritation, such as earlobe piercings.

  3. Is Pearl Piercing Jewelry safe for sensitive skin?

    Yes, it absolutely is!

    Pearls aren’t known to cause any allergenic reactions or skin sensitivities. However, to make make sure that your Piercing jewelry is skin-friendly, invest in a metal that is hypoallergenic.

  4. Can I wear Pearl Piercing Jewelry everyday?

    Pearl is a relatively delicate gemstone, that rates a mere 2.5 to 4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale of hardness. Thus, it is naturally more prone to breakage, chipping, and accidental damages. So to be flaunted everyday, a Pearl Piercing Jewelry requires to be dealt with extra care and professionally prescribed precautions.

  5. What to avoid when wearing Pearls?
    • Never expose your Pearls to humid, heated, and air-tight temperatures since the lack of moisture can cause them to dehydrate and crack. For that, make sure to avoid storing it in airtight containers, sealed plastic bags, or safety deposit boxes.

    • Never make the rookie mistake of tossing them along with other jewelry pieces. Pearls are relatively delicate, which suggests that they can be scratched by harder gemstones. To keep that risk at bay, make sure to store them separately (preferably in a soft pouch or soft-linen jewelry box.)

    • To safeguard their luster, keep your Pearls miles away from exposure to cosmetic chemicals, acid, and alkaline. For that, make sure to slip your Pearl Piercing Jewelry on only once you have applied your makeup, hairsprays, and other products.

    • Remember to take them off when you go for a swim or shower since over exposure to chlorine and chemicals from soaps and shampoos can cause substantial damage to your Pearls.

  6. Can Pearls be used for cartilage piercings?

    Though Pearls can be used for cartilage piercings, but since they tend to experience more movement and potential irritation, always remember to stick to jewelry that is well-fitted, safe, and more secure.