One of the most modern body piercings is the eyebrow piercing. A very flat brow creates tension across the pierced area and will lend the healing piercing the natural tendency to rejection. How to Get an Eyebrow Piercing
Aftercare and Precautions of Eyebrow Piercing
* If you think you have trouble with your piercing contact your piercer and NEVER remove the jewellery from a suspected infected piercing.
Often, an infection forms in the area of the body part that has been pierced. There are several guidelines for eyebrow piercings that, if followed, will prevent infections and allow your piercing (s) to heal correctly.
* DO clean the piercing daily and after anything you do that could cause dirt or irritants to get into the piercing. Ideally, you should clean the piercing about 3 times a day.
If you use a bath towel, you risk the spread of germs, snagging the ring, or getting lint into the piercing.
Put a towel under the piercing, and cover your eye to soak up the water as it runs off. Using the bottle, squirt salt water around the piercing from every direction. Rinse the piercing off with clear, clean water, and pat dry with a paper towel.
* Do NOT wear makeup on or near the piercing. Makeup carries bacteria and could help cause an infection.
* You should not swim until the piercing is completed healed. You will only irritate the piercing, causing it to take longer to heal.