Triple Forward Helix

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Sunday August 5th, 2012 @ 6:58 PM

Filed under: Ear

I have been wanting to get a triple forward helix done for a few months now, and i’ve been getting pricing for it around where I live. I have been offered to get all three done at once and they will give me a discount. My question is, is it wise to do this? Should I get one done at a time and let them each heal, or is it safe to do all three at once?

Getting more than one piercing in a session can cause more of a strain on your body causing slower healing times. But the simplicity of this set of piercings and proper aftercare should make it a non issue. Each set of the ol triple that I’ve done has been all 3 at once with no problems healing.


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One Response to “Triple Forward Helix”

  1. I had the three piercings done at the same time. As said above, the healing time is longer, however it’s worth it! If you were to get them pierced individually, you’d have to be waiting in between piercings as it is. I had mine done in Novemeber 2011 (9 months) and it is for the most part healed. Sometimes it is sore when I wake up if I slept in a funny way on it or whatever but that is to be expected with any cartilage piercing. Enjoy!

    Crystal on August 7th, 2012 at 11:43 am

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