Nose Ring Keloid
Clyde in your nose ring?
Piercing the keloid nose
This is a special thing to pierce the nose. The reason you use hot water is that the salt will dissolve. Otherwise it will stay under the water. I do not recommend changing your allergy for a month or two. When he does it for the first time, all sild piers recommend it. Without complete recovery, the changes will only irritate the hole, which is already irritated. The first is not to work! Never! Only when it is your turn to clean. The healing process begins with touching the piercing (especially the screw). Flakes are common. Your hole is still fine. It took a while to recover ... in my opinion at least 6 months. Remember that it is cut through a very thick piece of cartilage. Kellogg's is probably a possibility ... but it feels like a bubble to me because I don't have a better term. I have one and I (I know this), but I pull my nails out and push myself towards my hole. Basically, it pulled out all the K in the p section of my hole (which almost made it look like a fortune teller, but it didn't damage my skin) and eventually pulled it back. I also put it in my holes from time to time and that's the way it ends. It's just the bacteria that is trapped and can't be released because Anne blocked it and went out of order. I worked in a drilling studio for many years and I never worked for a piercing job. I whispered to a girl what I did. Soon he came back and said I told him to go to work. It hurts, but it works.
I also have it near the nostrils, on the bridge of my nose. I applied toothpaste for 12 hours (believe me, it helps). I wash it gently and then apply a nail polish remover. (It also works). Eventually the redness will disappear, the construction work will remain. In this case, gently press it down with a paper towel. Then add more toothpaste and I would recommend a disinfectant and disinfectant. I now.