Here is everything you need to know about getting a tongue piercing and how to care for it based on my personal experience. Plus, interesting myths and facts that will blow your mind.
Thinking about stretching your ear piercings to a bigger gauge? Check out these tips for a safe, pain- and infection-free journey to perfectly stretched holes.
Dermal piercings (single-point piercings) lie on the surface of the skin and are held in place with an anchor that is implanted underneath the dermis. Learn the procedure, infections, and problems.
Since the dawn of the human race, we have created countless methods of altering and modifying our bodies. This article will touch base with the origins of gauging, otherwise known as stretching.
Read all about—and see some photos of—two extreme body modifications: the corset piercing and scarification.
Here's my first experience with ritual body suspension with the Modern Body Suspension team in Vancouver.
Here are photos and recommendations of the top 26 facial piercings, with jewelry recommendations and healing time information.
How do you tell if your belly button piercing is infected? Doctors discuss the signs of an infected belly piercing and show us how to treat an infection and help it heal faster.
If you get a hip surface piercing, choosing the right jewelry and doing proper aftercare may keep it from being rejected.
Learn about how long it takes for a tongue to heal, what to avoid, how to heal quicker, and view a variety of pictures of single, multiple, horizontal, and venom piercings.
A guide on how to stretch to larger gauges, as well as what tools and techniques to use.
Learn the types of ear piercings possible, find information about stretching, watch piercing videos, and more!
We only have one pair of lips, but lip piercings actually fall into eight separate categories. Here's a look at all the cool different ways you can pierce your lips.
When you hear about a nose piercing, chances are you think of a nostril piercing, which is the most common, or in the septum, which is the second most common. Learn about placement, heal time, and more.
The human body can pretty much be pierced virtually anywhere that there is skin, and the ears are no exception to this rule.