See saltwater spray:
This product is designed to be used 3-6 times a day when a saline soak is not practical, such as while working or in school. You can spray H2Ocean directly onto your piercing and if there is any crusted material, let the spray sit for 30 seconds, then gently use a clean cotton swab to wipe away the crusted material from your piercing.
In the shower:
At the end of your shower, after you have washed your hair and body, use your clean fingers or a clean cotton swab to clean the piercing area – do not use a washcloth or loofah. You should only be washing the outside of the piercing and the portion of the jewelry that is exposed.
Do not turn, twist or rotate your jewelry, as all of these actions will delay the healing by damaging tissue that is trying to heal.
After your shower, let the piercing air dry or use a disposable paper towel, clean gauze, or a cotton swab to dry your piercing.
Avoid bath towels, as even clean towels can harbor bacteria or have residue from cleaning products that can irritate your piercing.
Once a day check if your jewelry is good closed.
Even healed piercings can shrink or close in minutes after having been there for years! If you like your piercing, leave jewelry in it all the time. Contact your piercer if jewelry must be temporarily removed (such as a medical procedure or for work/sports). There are non-metallic jewelry alternatives and options available to “hide” piercings if needed.
*on oral piercing helps to drink cold chamomile tea, just like regular tea. You can suck ice cubes to reduce swelling. Remember, not to long!!!
*on non-oral piercing you can make oak bark infusion, soak sterile gaze and let it for 10-15 min on pierced place.
Don't drink it!
Make sure you're not allergic on herbs.