Body jewellery can be made from a wide range of materials including different metals, plastics such as acrylic and Bioplast and a wide range of natural materials. The material you choose is important because you skin will react differently to different materials.
There are many different styles of jewellery that you can wear in your piercings, from common items such as ball closure rings, barbells and bananabells to custom shapes, stretching jewellery and hardcore piercing jewellery.
These incredible KAOS Softwear hider plugs are flesh tone silicone flesh plugs that make any stretching less noticeable and more discrete. They are ideal for work, school and formal occasions, giving you a simple way to make your stretchings "disappear".
There are many, many different types of body piercings, from the popular to the hard-to-heal and downright rare. From this page you can learn all about the different body piercing placements and what you should know before getting a particular part of your body pierced.
Covering the complete history of body piercing from it's earliest origins around 30,000 years ago.
Everything you could ever want to know about body piercing and about every piercing location imaginable!
Discover a fantastic new type of body piercing jewellery - BioFlex Multi-Use Body Piercing Tubes.
Some of the more common problems associated with body piercing and advice on how to avoid them.
See how a professional body piercing studio should look; including photographs and descriptions of equipment.
Our piercing and tattoo studio directory aims to be the most comprehensive and detailed online database of studios in the UK and around the world.
The body piercing glossary contains jewellery & body piercing definitions.
Body art information covering body painting, piercing, scarification, tattooing and body modification.
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