It finally worked

By Renee from Kenesaw, U.S.A.

Hey!!! the names Renee’. Ive had my belly button pierced three times. The first time it was rejected. The second time it was snagged.. And this time, so far it looks good.

This is the longest its ever lasted. its been a week and its healing already. i snagged it lastnight but, but im keeping it clean so it should heal correctly. The more i got it repierced the more it hurted. Before i got it pierced the piercer asked me did i want the bottom done. I thought it would look wierd so i said no.

After the second one migrated out, there was this ugly dark brown scar left. I was thinking about getting the bottom pierced now, so i was surfing the internet looking for pics with people who have their bottom belly button pierced. But i thought id give the top one more chance, and like i said earlier so far so good. I mean the more you take care of it the better it will heal. Healing any piercing can be as easy or hard as you make it. If you stick to proper aftercare and cleaning, you should have minimalproblems with just about any piercing.

The best method for healing piercings is to soak them 3-4 times daily in a Sea Salt water solution (Since you body contains salt water, sea salt water soaks will not be harsh to your body like man made chemical cleansers can be.)

Upon leaving our studio, you should stop by your local grocer and/or supermarket and purchase a package of sea salt (otherwise referred to as no-iodized salt or kosher salt) and a gallon of distilled water

~Renee’ Cyrus!!!!


By Dominique from Zions Grove, PA

Belly Button Piercing Story

I always wanted my belly pierced ever since I was little. My mom said that if I found a place that I can get it done at then I can get it done.

I was 15 and one of my friends told me about a place she got it done. Once I told my mom about it she took me. When I went I was really scared. To me the place looked clean. They didn’t have any rings they normal do it with do I picked a dangle on.

After I got it done it was fine, just somewhat red. After a month it was still red I cleaned it and thought I was doing a good job. I had it done for a year and the skin around it became very thin. I asked my people about it and they said my body might be rejecting the piercing. I didn’t really believe them I thought it was suppose to be like that.

Then I asked my boyfriend if it looked like that when I got it done a year ago, and he said no. I went to a different place and asked. He said that since the skin was so small he can do it over it. It looks so much better now!

The place that I got it done before told me to use Neosporin on it for a week but the Ink Spot (the place I just got it done at) told me that Neosporin is for cuts not piercings!

I am very happy I got it redone. I’m just hoping it doesn’t get rejected again!…