Now Carrying NoPull Piercing Discs

At Pierced Edge, we pride ourselves in carrying quality products that are shipped to our customers sterilized. This goes under our belief that everyone should have a safe piercing experience.

We are always researching to find new products to fit under this theme. Now all products are Pierced Edge quality. But, there are products out there that are.

One product that fits the bill is the NoPull Piercing Disc. These bad boys are FDA approved Medical Grade Silicone that are made right here in the United States! They offer many benefits to new piercings and we feel are a great addition to piercings that are already fully healed but just are not as comfortable as you would want them to be.

Their primary purpose is to prevent body jewelry from going back through a piercing unintentionally. Sometimes, piercings push themselves through new piercings causing a lot of pain and prevent the piercing to heal properly. These discs prevent that from happening as they provide a larger backing so the jewelry can not push itself through.

These are great for preventing swelling as well as reducing preexisting swelling. Silicone is a softer material. As a result, these discs add a bit of a cushion.

And finally, these discs have been used to reduce cartilage scarring. It is pretty crazy that something so little can do so much in helping to create a healthy piercing.

NoPull Piercing Discs that we personally sterilize in our steam autoclave sterilizer are offered here: Pierced Edge NoPull Piercing Disc Product Page

And if you want more information on the product and the company that makes them, check out NoPull Piercing

Side Note: Our experience so far with NoPull Piercing Co has been absolutely fantastic! This is one company we will gladly work with well into the future.

*Since size was not mentioned the Disc is 7mm and without modification works with 18g to 12g sized jewelry. Modifications can be made to make it work with jewelry up to 6g in diameter.

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