Belly button rings are the ’90s fashion trend that has resurfaced. In the 90s, pop and rock culture inspired hundreds of young women to have their navels pierced. It was rebellion, it was an expression of breaking the rigidity of society, it was confidence to bud and embrace whatever quirks one could find. Belly rings, of course, were looked down on by society in general, especially when women flaunted their navel piercings with crop tops. But that didn’t stop the young people from embracing the rock and roll proposition. In recent years, navel piercings have reappeared as a fashion trend. Designer belly button rings are taken up with a lot of enthusiasm by young women and mature women.
How do I care for belly piercings?
It can take 4 weeks to a year for a navel piercing to heal completely. Here are a few ways you can aid the healing process:
- It is important to clean and maintain a fresh umbilical piercing regularly to avoid irritation and infection.
- Wear loose, loose clothing for the first few days after piercing your navel. This ensures that belly button rings don’t rub against tight clothing. Also, oxygen will help your piercing heal faster.
- Soak a clean cotton ball in salt water and gently rinse your navel piercing daily.
Latest belly button rings
Sterling silver belly button rings, belly button dumbbells, dangling belly button rings, gold belly button rings, curved umbilical rings, etc. are just a few types of navel piercing jewelry that you can go for when you go for umbilical piercing. You could opt for very small belly buttons or jewelry that is more pronounced!