Tragus Piercing Jewellery (Earrings, Rings, Studs and Barbells)
For those searching for a unique ear piercing, the tragus is a perfect option especially with the new trends towards creating curated ears with individual ear piercings beyond ear lobe piecings. Celebrities again have helped bring the tragus piercing into the mainstream, nevertheless it is not surprising that the tragus piercing has become one of the most popular ear piercings around!
How much does a tragus piercing hurt?
The question most of us what to know, is how painful is a tragus piercing? Even though the tragus is cartilage, it is not as bad as you think, it is quite thick cartilage and there is not that many nerve endings there which does result in one of the least painful locations of the ear. It is a quick piercing, just a few seconds and that's it!
How long does it take for a tragus piercing to heal?
This depends all upon the individual as everyone heals differently as well as being dependent on various factors such as aftercare regime, jewellery selection and making sure the piercing does not get knocked, bumped or caught on clothes etc. Having said that, tragus healing times are approximately 4 months. Changing jewellery early can effect the healing and if you are thinking about a tragus piercing make sure you go to a reputable piercer!
Types of jewellery for tragus piercings
The tragus is quite a versatile piercing and so beyond traditional tragus studs (which are generall flat-backed labret style bars), ball closure rings, hinged segment rings and barbells are all fantastic options and opens up so many possibilities. Our extensive range of body jewellery has all these jewellery types for tragus jewellery in a selection of different materials as well, whether you would like a Rose Gold look, comfortable and flexible Bioplast, Titanium or even a true 18ct Gold Barbell!