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How to know if eyebrow is healed

Discussion in 'Healing and Aftercare Forum' started by withindarkness85, Sep 11, 2005.

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  1. withindarkness85

    withindarkness85 New Member

    :?:   How do I know when My eyebrow piercing is healed?   :?:
  2. kaposhia_mod

    kaposhia_mod New Member

    How long have you had it?
  3. withindarkness85

    withindarkness85 New Member

  4. kaposhia_mod

    kaposhia_mod New Member

    It hasn't even been a month since you've pierced it; it is definitely not healed. It's going to be several months more before it is completely healed. Just because it may look and feel as if it is healed, inside the piercing itself is not fully healed. That means no changing jewelry during this time what-so-ever! (except emergencies, of course)
  5. SheepKaboom

    SheepKaboom New Member

    It's take a good three or so months for an eyebrow piercing to heal completely, though it'll hurt nothing and no one to wait even longer to be on the safe side!

    Keep in mind that piercings heal from the outside in.  Even if the piercing looks healed and has stopped hurting, the pierced tunnel is still nothing but baby-new healing skin.  Changing too early is not good, and might start the piercing migrating.  As eyebrow piercings are a form of surface piercing, they're even persnickitier than most and even easier to throw into migration.
  6. Illyria Jade_mod

    Illyria Jade_mod New Member

    2 months is the minimum healing time on an eyebrow piercing.  

    Your piercing is healed AFTER the minimum-to-maximum healing time has passed, you are no longer experiencing pain, redness, bleeding or crusties (white/clear/light yellow lymph discharge that dries around your piercing entrance and exit) for at least two/three weeks straight.  THEN wait an extra week or two before changing the jewelry, just to make sure.
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