How to Clean Black Marks on Your Nose piercings?

Posted by YoniDa’Punani on 10th Sep 2022

How to Clean Black Marks on Your Nose piercings?

How to Clean Black Marks on Your Nose piercings?

In today’s video, we will talk about how to clean black marks on your piercings. 

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What metal to wear in a new piercing? 

Surgical Stainless Steel. Surgical steel is often used for piercings because it is cheap, lasts a long time, and is safe for most people.

Titanium. Titanium is the best metal for first piercings because it is said to be the best choice for people with sensitive skin. 

14 karat gold. 

Gold is also safe for most people, as long as it is 14 karat, nickel-free, and compatible with the body. 


Niobium doesn't bother people with allergies, and it's a lot like Titanium, but it's heavier and costs more than Titanium.


How to Remove Stains and Tarnish From Piercing Holes? 

When you have a piercing, you are purposefully making an opening in the skin of a specific area of your body.

Therefore, you must take care of a piercing in the same way

Soaking your fresh piercing in a solution made of saline or sea salt is one technique to ensure that it continues to heal properly. If you do this, it will help keep your wound clean and will speed up the healing process. 

 Which kind of metal won't cause the black mark? 

Both 316LVM and 316L are the only grades that are allowed. When you get your first piercing, the piercer will utilize this particular style of jewelry in the new hole. 

The usage of 316VLM provides a marginal benefit in that it lessens the likelihood of small alloy inclusions that can result in discomfort.