No you cannot because there are some scientific methods and it can burn your ear cells
You do not use Peroxide to clean your ear piercings. Soap and water and leave them alone, you could always read the written aftercare instructions you were provided with by your professional body piercer.
This is a stupid question.
yes, it is safe to use peroxide. but in my opinion i wouldn't use it if you have an ear infection.
NO. Absolutely not. Do sea salt soaks. If you use hydrogen peroxide, that could just make the piercing take longer to heal altogether. Peroxide is what can burn off healthy tissue.
Yes. It burns much less than achohal.
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You can swim with pierced ears the same week they are pierced. Just make sure that you clean them with an ear piercing solution, or hydrogen peroxide, afterwards to avoid irritation.
I mean, you CAN...nobody is stopping you, lol. But why would you want to? Make sure to clean your ear with HYDROGEN PEROXIDE to help fight the infection. Also, clean your tunnels/plugs in the peroxide.
i wouldn't clean a tongue piercing with peroxide. when you first get your tongue pierced you're suppose to clean it with antiseptic mouth wash and you are suppose to drink liquids for a whole week when you first get it pierced.
No it's either a hypertrophic reaction, which is due to the cleaning products used to clean the piercing or Cauliflower ear caused by piercing the ear cartilage with a piercing gun. Nothing to be scared about.