Flesh tunnels are just another type of body piercing jewelry and are often referred to as gauges, spools, fleshy, earlets or eyelets. As any other type of jewellery wearers use them to show off, but in this particular case the wearer is showing off what he's gone through to achieve that certain fles...Read More
Stretching, Plug Expanders in the context of body jewelry, is the deliberate expansion of a healed fistula (hole in the skin) for the purpose of wearing body jewelry. Ear piercings are the most commonly stretched piercings, with nasal septum piercings, tongue piercings and lip piercings/lip plates ...Read More
Once you have your body jewelry and other materials, you can begin the stretching process! One of the best times to stretch is right after a hot shower, when your skin is most elastic and pliable.
Begin by washing your hands, and have your new body jewelry and piercing tapers ready. Massage some of y...Read More
Aftercare after a fresh stretch should be minimal. If you stretch properly, there should be no tears or damage to your skin, and thus no need to treat your stretches as if they were fresh piercings. Above all, avoid doing anything to disrupt the healing process, such as using harsh chemicals on your...Read More
After you've determined what size you're at now, you can buy some jewelry in the next size up to start the stretching process! There is a wide range of body jewelry to choose from, but you should only stretch with smooth, non-porous materials. Stick to steel, titanium, glass or pyrex jewelry to use ...Read More