Don’t panic, you are not the only one who confront this problem! As many people constantly face a bump piercing problem, we gathered tips with photos and products to buy that will help you to get rid of it quickly.

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Use 2-3 times for 5 days a natural solution based on Essential and Jojoba oils by Mudscupper’s. It will help to shrink bump caused by ear or nose piercing.


What Is It

A piercing bump is a pustule or hard tissue lump, which has formed inside or near, in front or behind the piercing.

It’s formed due to:

The hypertrophic scarring or keloid. It results in a hard bump, located around the external piercing holes. Usually appears after 3-6 months after healing process is over.Fresh piercing localized infection. It results in a bump caused by bacterias. Usually, it has other symptoms like enormous redness, fever, pus-filled blister or pimple.

What is the difference? See below.

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Difference between piercing blister and keloid

Although bump is a quite common and not dangerous piercing side effect, it can get quite nasty and problematic.

Why Does It Appear

It is quite natural to ask yourself: “what happened to my piercing?” or “what to do with this blister behind piercing?” while observing in the mirror a scary cartilage piercing bump.

However, no need to worry, it is simply a scar tissue or infection which can appear on back or front of ear, nose, lip, belly button or any other piercing type.

Below you will find some common problems, which cause a keloid or infection bump on cartilage, nose or any other piercing.

A badly performed piercing procedure. An inexperienced master could make certain mistakes during perforation, such as using a gun instead of a needle for piercing or choosing a bad piercing angle, which would damage more tissue than actually needed.Close to other piercings. Some brave piercers could place several piercings close to each other, which could eventually create an ear piercing bump or even deform your ear. Therefore, research the best piercing studio or consult with your friends, before getting a new piercing. And never perform it at home, except if you are a professional piercer yourself.Using a harsh cleaner. Cleaners containing alcohol dissolve a scab away, and as you already know, your body produces a scar tissue instead, which creates a piercing bubble. Therefore, do not use cleaners with hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol or chlorhexidine.Improper jewelry. Sometimes, the jewelry length or metal plays a crucial role. Your body constantly reacts to the materials inside of it. You may be allergic to certain metals, and it would show up in a keloid bump around piercing. To avoid allergiс reactions, use a jewelry made of gold, implant grade titanium or niobium, instead of stainless steel.Moving and rotating the jewelry. When the jewelry is constantly rotating inside the hole, the above-mentioned scar tissue is being produced. Rotating and pulling can happen even unintentionally, for example, while sleeping. When you sleep on the piercing side or when you are moving in your bed at night, the jewelry can be irritated and, consequently, you may get a trauma, which would cause a bump on piercing.Lack of aftercare. Any piercing should be taken care of, otherwise, the bacteria would get into the hole and the area would get infected. This usually results in a pus-filled pimple, and sometimes even bleeding. Any dirt or even decorative cosmetics can also cause an infection bump.

Most of the tips below are best for keloid treatment. Read another article about piercing infection treatment.

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Body Piercing Bump Types With Images

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