Piercing out of Surgical Steel 316L and Glass. Thread:1,2mm. Weight:0,356g.

 
 
 
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Item number

mib77

Color

silverish

Thread

1.2mm

Weight

0.356g (Weighed at size 5mm)

Material

Surgical Steel 316L
Glass

Customers

Women

Body location

Conch / Piercing
Daith / Daith piercing
Labret piercing / Lip piercing
Madonna / Upper lip / Upper lip piercing / Monroe / Crayfish / Beezy / Booger Piercing
Medus / Medusa piercing
Rook / Rookpiercing
Tragus / Tragus piercing

Symbol

Fur / Fur pattern / Animal Print / Zebra / Leopard / Tiger

Availability
Only few pieces immediately available ex stock:
3mm
Some pieces available immediately ex stock:
4mm    5mm
Immediately ready for dispatch. Delivery time: 1 days within Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Delivery to other countries might take a bit longer.
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Surgical Steel 316L
Surgical steel 316L, originally used in medical implants (e.g. artificial joints), has now become the most important material for piercings. It is characterized by its extremely shiny surface with practically no uneven traces. Surgical steel is also very scratch-resistant.However, it is not advisable to use surgical steel for first-time piercings since its nickel component as part of the alloy may become active when in contact with the sore salt of a newly pierced skin (we recommend to use Titanium G23 or Bioplast instead). Surgical steel can be worn without any trouble once the piercing hole is healed because Nickel cannot be absorbed by the body anymore. Allergies to surgical steel 316L are rare.
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Glass
Glass is an amorph, i.e. not crystalline substance. Glass is usually produced by melting quartz sand and other materials. Objects seen in daily life and made out of glass (e.g. drinking vessels/glass and window glass, TV screens and light bulbs) are just a samples of the variety of glasses. Most of the famous glass jewelries of the world is made of Murano glass, which was first created in the Murano Island near Venice in the 13th century.
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