Jewelled flower Navel Bar is ever so cute and perfect for your belly piercing. We love how the jewels form a flower shape. The wee tear drop dangle jewel is also gorgeous. This jewellery size is the standard use for navel piercings. It is 14 gauge and 10 mm in length. 10 mm is the length we begin an initial piercing with and fits most people. This jewelled flower navel bar comes in three colours.
This Jewelled Flower Navel Bar is a wee bit more expensive because the backing of the flower and the tear drop is made of sterling silver. This means it will last longer because it is not made of a cheaper metal. If it tarnishes, you can make it look new again by simply polishing it.
Ball at the top end of the bar will unscrew and can be replaced with any other body jewellery ball with a 14 gauge thread.
What is surgical steel?
Both the basic jewelled belly bar and the ball are made from surgical steel 316L. This means they are implant-grade surgical stainless steel. It is probably the most common and most widely used metal for body piercings. Surgical Stainless Steels (316L) are used for bone fixation screws, body pins, bone plates, staples, amongst many other applications. We do not play or gamble with your health.
If you’re wearing SS 316L jewellery and are having problems with irritation or a new piercing that just won’t heal, it is possible that you have a intolerance to surgical steel and might want to try titanium.
Navel Piercing Care
Wash your piercing daily. Use a Q-Tip dipped in warm water to wipe and remove any built up crust from around the piercing site. Do this very gently, avoiding moving the jewellery around too much. Then, wash your piercing with antibacterial soap in the shower.