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Tea tree oil for keloids from piercings

Tea tree oil for keloids from piercings

Tea tree oil for body piercings explained

Tea tree oil is derived from the tea tree’s leaves. It is not the same as the tea plant from which we drink tea today. It was used by sailors in the 19th century to produce a herbal tea. It’s widely used to treat fungal and bacterial infections as well as insect bites, but it’s also becoming popular for piercings as a more “natural” healing alternative.
Tea tree oil is popular because of its sweet fragrance and antibacterial properties, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good option for aftercare. Since it can help with dry skin and acne, it’s commonly used in skincare and hair products, but these aren’t piercings. For the same reason, many people would try to use it on a new piercing – antibactieral is fine, right? Tea tree oil isn’t a good option for aftercare for a fresh piercing because it can cause pain and interfere with the healing process when used neat. However, it can be used for healed piercings.
Tea tree oil has a drying effect on the skin, which makes it suitable for acne care. Since dry piercings are inconvenient, the only way you can dry out your piercing is if it has a scar or a keloid. Since these are frequently filled with liquid, a drying product is ideal. One of the most popular keloided piercings is the nose or nostril piercing, and since there is normally wet mucus within the nose, tea tree can be very beneficial. If your piercing is in good condition (no keloids or scars), however, the tea tree may actually cause these to develop by irritating the skin by excessive drying.

How i treated my hypertrophic scar on helix piercing (with

When it comes to piercing aftercare, bear in mind that there are several different types of piercings, and each one can heal in its own special way. You should also keep in mind that piercings heal differently from person to person and even from piercing to piercing, so don’t presume that only because you had one bad experience, your subsequent piercings would be the same.
With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of aftercare tips for a number of piercings, as well as the best care practices for each. It’s important to note these three points regardless of the piercing you have:
You can experience swelling, bleeding, or weeping immediately after any sort of body piercing. This is a natural part of the healing process, but if you think you’re having an abnormal reaction to the piercing, you should seek medical help right away.
While some swelling can be categorized as a ‘keloid,’ it is important to remember that not all lumps are keloids; some can simply be side effects of the healing process. Return to the store for guidance if keloids or any other lumps occur during the healing process.

How to get rid of your nose ring bump! (nose ring

To begin, let’s clear up some of the online misunderstandings about what these pesky bumps are. The most popular “diagnosis” I see for these irritations is keloid, which is almost never the case. Keloids (also known as keloid scarring) are a type of scar tissue that develops in a specific way. They’re produced when granulation tissue and collagen overgrow at the site of a healed or healing wound, and they’re firm, rubbery, and often shiny. They can appear in a variety of colors, ranging from dark brown to red, depending on the skin tone. A keloid scar is benign, but scratching, discomfort, and changes in the texture of the skin on or around it are normal. Keloids are thought to have a genetic component, which means they appear to run in families and are genetically predisposed. If neither your mother nor your father has a keloid, your chances of developing one are slim.
Tragus with a bump from the right jewelry—curved barbells aren’t allowed.
So your piercing has developed a hump. Don’t Panic is the first step. I’m serious. It’s not the end of the world if you get a few bumps. The first order of business is to identify the source of the bump. The best way to do this is to go to a trustworthy piercer or collaborate with one online to find out what’s causing the discomfort. Trying to find out what’s causing it at home isn’t going to cut it, so if your piercing has been frustrated or grumpy, see a piercer right away. Irritation bumps can be caused by a number of factors, including but not limited to:

Treating piercing bumps/keloids with tea tree oil

Sea salt paste?! my remedy for keloids on nose piercing

It’s normal to get a keloid on cartilage piercings, as many people who have them know, and it’s a pain in the neck to find something that can effectively help loosen these unsightly bumps.

Piercings: tea tree oil to heal bubbles/scars + my results

Using tea tree oil on piercing bumps & piercing over scars

Anyway, I really like this and will use it if I get a keloid on a new piercing.
I bought this to treat a keloid / hypertrophic scar on my cartilage piercing, and it’s already worked wonders in the first week! Tea tree oil for piercings is something I wish I had known about earlier….
My helix keloids were healed with this 100% tea tree oil. I saw results in a couple of days, and they were fully healed in a matter of weeks. It was used two or three times a day by me. The odor takes some getting used to, but it could be worse. Good luck with your recovery! …

It’s normal to get a keloid on cartilage piercings, as many people who have them know, and it’s a pain in the neck to find something that can effectively help loosen these unsightly bumps.

Anyway, I really like this and will use it if I get a keloid on a new piercing.
Since I used it for my piercings, I’m not sure how applicable my review would be to those people who purchased it for other reasons….
Anyway, for my piercings, I mixed this oil with warm water and sea salt….
I’m hoping it will alleviate the discomfort I’ve been feeling after I unintentionally tugged my piercing.