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How to fix blow out

Discussion in 'Ear Piercings' started by Federal, May 2, 2006.

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  1. Federal

    Federal New Member

    Yeah. . .and thats my question.
    How to fix ear streching blow out. It' s not big or anything, but it´s still nasty :evil:

    Thanks :roll:
  2. Kelt9

    Kelt9 New Member

    Downsize immediately and keep up with your sea salt soaks...  Stay at the smaller size until it's good and healed, about 2 months.

    I'm sure Bird will be along shortly for elaboration.
  3. iamblackbird

    iamblackbird Little Miss Apocalypse Staff Member

    *waves* hello!

    To fix a blowout: Downsize at LEAST one gauge, using proper jewelry. This means no organics or acrylic. Clean the blowout once or twice a say, using your sea salt soaks, and do not mess with the jewelry. The idea here is to do regular aftercare, like it is a new piercing. You will need to do this until the blowout is...well, not blown out. This could take a few months, so be patient with your body!

    Don't try tying it off. That doesn't help, and creates more scar tissue.
  4. matt29020

    matt29020 New Member

    after you have a blowout. they dont really go away unless you down size right away and most people dont do it right away so it never goes away i have one in my right ear and theres no way of getting rid of it. i down sized but i didnt help at all. but my ear is really really ugly looking well because its at the size of 7/8 so you can really tell that its fucked up
  5. lexiarein

    lexiarein New Member

    Once again, this thread is old. Real the forum rules
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