Claire's Ear Piercing Jewelry

Claire’s studs come in all different styles, colors, and sizes, and are perfect if you have your ears pierced. Stainless steel, titanium, and precious metals are utilized to make Claire’s piercing earrings.

What types of earrings can be selected as piercing jewelry?

Claire’s uses different kinds of stud earrings for piercing options. Metal balls, gemstones, and different symbols adorn studs.

  • The Crystal Fireball earrings are disco balls of gemstones held together by stainless steel. The effect is a sparkly ball in each ear.
  • The 3mm Cobalt Ball is a similar option with a blueish purple color decorating the ball rather than sparkles. This metal is hypoallergenic.
  • The 14-karat white gold birthstone collection features posts and casings made of gold with different crystals for each month. Garnet, amethyst, and sapphire are just a few of the options.
What materials are utilized in ear piercing studs?

A number of different metals can be used with a new piercing. The most common include:

  • Titanium: This strong metal most commonly comes in the form of implant grade titanium G23. Orthopedic surgeons use this metal for surgical implants. It is free of nickel, does not corrode, and is scratch-free. Titanium is stronger than stainless steel, but is also lighter. Titanium can come in a rainbow of colors.
  • Stainless Steel: This is also a surgical-grade metal that can be a good choice for those without nickel sensitivities.
  • Gold: This hypoallergenic metal has long been used as piercing jewelry. It is a softer metal than stainless or titanium and requires more delicate care.
Which piercings is Claire’s jewelry suitable for?

Claire’s jewelry is suited for both standard and cartilage piercings. The earlobe is the fleshy part at the bottom of the ear that contains only skin. Multiple holes can be pierced into this part of the ear; the number of holes possible depends on the size of a particular individual’s lobe. Cartilage is located along the outer edge of the ear and feels like a rounded ridge. All types of studs and all materials are suitable for either of these locations.

The lower the risk of allergy to the metal that is used to create these accessories, the less healing time is necessary.

How do you clean ear piercing accessories?

Studs that are not being used in holes can be cleaned easily as part of routine maintenance. Mix one part mild soap with three parts warm water to create a solution. You can let ear accessories sit in the mixture or use a toothbrush that you don’t use on your teeth to scrub the accessories gently in order to free any dirt or grime.