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    Finally got it. Right in the middle of my skeleton key hole. Love it.

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    So awesome!!! Did it hurt terrible? I've been thinking about getting one (not there, but still)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetvanity View Post
    So awesome!!! Did it hurt terrible? I've been thinking about getting one (not there, but still)
    It did hurt some. There's a lot of pressure. However, the third time he pushed the jewelry in I had an endorphin rush.
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    Well I think it looks awesome. And some endorphins never hurt either!

    What's the aftercare/healing time like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetvanity View Post
    Well I think it looks awesome. And some endorphins never hurt either!

    What's the aftercare/healing time like?
    He said about 6 months until it's fully healed (where the skin can grow/form around the anchor inside). He said to clean it with antibacterial soap 2-3x a day and do warm compresses with a wash cloth however many times. But to be careful so that it doesn't snag the piercing and pull it out. The piercing basically sits in a pocket, so it can come out if messed with too much when it's still fresh.
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    Looks awesome! Is it just a normal rhinestone head? Taking care of it is sooooo important. They are moody. Mine rejected after 1 year.
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    Love it! I've considered getting one as well but I'm a bit scared of getting it caught on something or accidentally pulling it out. Does it seem easily caught on things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenni Penni View Post
    Love it! I've considered getting one as well but I'm a bit scared of getting it caught on something or accidentally pulling it out. Does it seem easily caught on things?
    No issues so far. I'm trying to be really careful about it, especially during the first couple weeks. It being nestled in the cleavage area helps, though.
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    Awesome! I love microdermals. I've had mine for 2 years now. My advice to you now is to do some sea salt soaks. After they're healed, just leave them alone. As long as they don't get snagged, they don't need any special care after that. DH catches mine accidentally on occasion and they're just red for a minute and are then fine.

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