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sea salt oil mix to clean ear rook piercing?
i got my rook pierced yesterday and the piercer said take 1/4 tsp sea salt to a cup of water and soak.. but i don’t want to buy a whole bag of seasalt that i’ll never use again.. at least with the spectro gel i can use the rest to wash my face!
i have something at home.. it’s dead sea salt in a mixture with natural sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, grape seed oil and vitamin E … all things that are good for your skin anyway, and none of them are harsh. would it be okay if i took some salt from there, rubbed it around in a tissue to absorb away the oil, then dissolved the remaining salt in water? to use to soak my ear in…
please let me know, only if you know what you’re talking about!
You can use regular table salt instead of the sea salt. It would be better. The oils can cause an infection, oils can clean dirt away or hold it in place and protect an infection from treatment. I would suggest warm water and table salt, fallowed by clear vinegar any left over you can use in cooking. Some divers use clear vinegar and alcohol to clean their ears after diving mixed together: this would be much better than your oil salts; you are treating an open wound girl friend not your skin. Treat it as an open wound!