After the piercing, it is important to have your nose and jewelry cleaned twice a day. You want to remove any blood residue from the jewelry with antiseptic. And clean your nose with warm salt water and cotton balls. Do not use hydrogen peroxide as it is abrasive.
You must be comfortable in the environment and comfortable with your piercer before moving ahead with anything. If he or she attempts to rush you through the procedure without answering your questions or putting you at ease, do not continue. This is a long-term commitment you are making, so it’s up to you if you want to go through with it.
Lavender essential oil has been treasured for thousands of years as one of nature’s greatest gifts for healing and it might be the most versatile of all essential oils. It is effective in treating anything that ails the skin and may be used to clean cuts and treat bruises, rashes and skin irritations.
If you decided to get a nose ring a few years ago and are now looking for work in the corporate world or an otherwise not piercing friendly place of employment, you have a few options. The first and most obvious one of course is taking it out and letting the hole close. You might not even miss it, depending upon how big the jewelry you like to keep in there is. The one problem many people have with this option is not so much losing the piercing itself, but the hole it leaves behind. It can be very noticeable and take up to a year to completely go away. Sometimes a little makeup can cover the area and make it less obvious.
You will now need to take the round file and run it around the edge of your board to create a guideline for the razor blade I find doing this quickly but firmly with the file gives the best result. You will then need to take the Stanley razor blade and cut around the board at a slight inward and following the guideline you have created do the sides first and cut out the grip tape leaving the nose and tail until last as these can be the most difficult areas to cut around as they are round.
Once this is done you will need to smoothly follow the round edge of the nose and tail, once this is complete you can grab the file again and run it around the edge to stop the grip tape from back peeling in the future. To stop you wearing down your shoes too fast when dealing with new grip, rub some waste grip tape onto the grip on your board lightly to life of the roughest parts of your grip tape.