Materials for Body Jewelry

Surgical Stainless Steel

Surgical stainless steel is also known as 316L and Implant grade steel is a steel alloy that is the most common body piercing material. It can be polished to a shiny surface, and many people prefer this material to titanium because of its luster.

316 surgical steel is used in the manufacture and handling of food and pharmaceutical products where it is often required in order to minimize metallic contamination. It is also used in the manufacture of body jewelry and body modification implants.

Many of our Steel body jewelry items have been electropolished, which is a sophisticated surface finishing echnique, where electrochemical activity slowly erodes a thin layer from the surface of the jewelry resulting in MICROSMOOTHING. The resultant surface is ultra smooth and crevice free. It has a higher surface integrity and efficiency than jewelry polished by other means.


Titanium body jewelry is often manufactured in commercially pure grade 23 Ti6AL4V ELI, also known as Implant Grade Titanium.

The grade considered suitable for piercing jewellery use is a disputed topic however the only Grade recommended for use by the association of professional piercers remains Grade 23 Titanium (ASTM F136).

Titanium jewelry is lightweight (around 60% the weight of stainless steel given the same volume), it is highly corrosion resistant and less likely to react with body fluids, is not magnetic, it can be anodized to create a layer of colored oxide on the surface. Common colors are yellow, blue, purple, green, and rainbow.

Acrylic UV

Our acrylic series includ ultra vilot(UV), Glow-in-dark, transparent colors, solid colors, glitter colors. Acrylic body jewelry are light weight, low cost and can be made into numerous designs. We do printing on acrylic body jewelry which is selling best among customers around the world.

Flexible BIO, PTFE

BioFlex is perfect for piercings. BioFlex can be sterilized in the hot air sterilizator as well as in the autoclave. BioFlex is absolutely biocompatible. There is no risk of allergic reactions. BioFlex contains no nickel, and fully complies with the European Nickel Regulation. BioFlex is adaptable, you can cut it with a knife to the desired length. As soon as the piercing is healed, the BioFlex stick can be shortened. BioFlex is very flexible and fits with every body movement. BioFlex is transparent and the ideal solution if you are looking for a substitute for piercing jewelry. BioFlex is a medical degree of synthetics, which successfully passed the USP (United States Pharmakopoe) and the class VI biocompatibility test. BioFlex meets all the standards set by the European Pharmakopoe Regulations in 1997.