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Should I use tea tree oil on my nose piercing to help it heal? | Essential Oils

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August 22, 2009

Should I use tea tree oil on my nose piercing to help it heal?

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5 Comments

  1. YES ,It is good

    Comment by Jaya — August 22, 2009 @ 9:25 am

  2. Tea tree oil is helpful for infections and cleaning it every now and then, but it shouldn’t be used as a daily cleaner.
    If you want to speed up the process I think you should soak with sea salt 2x a day and use tea tree oil once every other day.

    Besides, nose piercings generally take three months to heal anyways, don’t worry about it and give it so much attention you will just irritate it.

    If your skin is flaky and itchy your drying it out too much.
    If that’s the case, sea salt soaks once every other day and don’t bother with the tea tree oil.

    EDIT:
    Actually Yes you Are supposed to soak your nose in sea salt.
    Cotton balls aren’t as effective, and tend to get little pieces stuck in your piercing and irritate it.

    & Yes you might be drying it out too much, but soaps dry piercings out more then sea salt does.

    EDIT:
    Kay, that’s your area, around here everyone says sea salt soaks. Plus on new piercings you want to void touching it with anything possible, reasoning why soaks are better because you aren’t rubbing the skin. && Bout the cotton balls/q-tips I’m referring that to the person who asked the question because a lot of people use cotton balls when they clean with sea salt. I guess it wasn’t necessary to say because they said that soaked it, but I figured that I might as well reassure them that they are doing it right. You’re wrong about the tea tree oil, everyone has their methods of cleaning i’ll respect yours. But tea tree oil does help piercings. Go to a store, read the bottle and tell me how it’s not supposed to help.

    &&No I don’t think you are completely wrong. Dial soap is helpful but in most cases, not for daily long periods of time.
    It does work, but personally I think sea salt soaks are better. Especially for people with sensitive skin. I have extremely sensitive skin, I tried the soap and it irritated my skin. I guess that’s why I’m freakishly against it. I’m not tryying to be a d!ck, I just don’t like soap>.> And I’m in a bad mood as it is.
    The only thing I think you are wrong about is the tea tree oil, not really the soap. But lets stop the nonsense and let the girl choose what she wants to clean with (:
    God my answer is ridiculously long, I type too much >.>

    Comment by 10 Years<3 — August 22, 2009 @ 9:25 am

  3. Because you are not supposed to soak it in salt or use tea tree oil….

    Just use regular old dial soap 2x a day. That’s it! You are overdoing it which is why it is taking so long.

    Edit - Who said anything about cotton balls? Not me.
    And cleaning it 2x a day will not dry it out. You should put soap on your face 2x a day anyhow to wash it…
    Used just dial and mine healed in 2 months top. Just going by what every piercer around here says.

    I already got the point that you think I’m wrong. I’m not changing my opinion, just as you are keeping yours. I’m not too concerned about this. Either method will work for the girl, she can try them all out or none.

    Comment by Bri — August 22, 2009 @ 9:25 am

  4. yes yes yes, when my nose piercing, and pretty much all of my piercings, got infected or weren’t healing right, the piercer suggested i put tea tree oil on it

    and it helped!

    Comment by youlovebry — August 22, 2009 @ 9:25 am

  5. Tea Tree Oil is good for infections, but it shouldn’t be mainly used to clean your piercing. I would suggest buying H2Ocean at your local Hot Topic. It’s water and sea salt that you simply spray on the pierced area. It saves time and really comes in handy. :] Plus it dramatically helps heal your piercing faster.
    Good luck. :]

    Comment by Kaulitz and Cullen Luver — August 22, 2009 @ 9:25 am

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