Nose Care

How to Do Nose Care

The nose is the body’s primary organ of smell and also functions as part of the body’s respiratory system. The nose also the symbol of Beauty for man and women. Some people have nice perfect nose which was attractive some have small nose which can be develop if they want (especially for children). Air comes into the body through the nose. As it passes over the specialized cells of the olfactory system, the brain recognizes and identifies smells.

Hairs in the nose clean the air of foreign particles. As air moves through the nasal passages, it is warmed and humidified before it goes into the lungs. I will describe shortly below, how you can save your nose and avoid some daises, re-size your nose and many more idea about nose. I will write more blog post regarding nose in time to time also. Nose not only important part for human but also the best and insect also.

How to Take Care Your Nose

There are some way to prevent dryness of your nose; you can do it very easily if you want. You can breathe in warm steam two to three times a day to help moisten the nose and prevent dryness. You can be done by taking a hot shower or by filling the bathroom sink with hot water and placing a towel over your head while leaning close to the sink. Continue to run the hot water as needed.

Nasal Sprays

To Care Your Nose do not use nasal sprays more than recommended on the bottle unless instructed by a doctor. Over-the-counter sprays can help with allergies or colds, but using them too often can irritate the nose and worsen the problem. Better try to far away from dusty air. Place a vaporizer or a humidifier in your room to keep the air moist when you are not breathing in steam to help prevent dryness in the nose.

Cotton swab

Dip a cotton swab in warm water or a salt water mix of 1/2 tsp. of salt in 12 ounces of water to gently soak and loosen any crust that is stuck to the inside of your nose. Only use the cotton swab at the entrance of the nose, do not stick it deep inside. Repeat once at night and once in the morning. Remember don’t do it reputedly if not required also bear in mind this is your Nose which is very sensitive .

Consult your doctor if you have allergy problems or problems with your sinuses. These symptoms can include sinus pressure in the face, headaches and other signs of an allergy, such as sneezing. I recommended the specialist doctor (Air ,nose ,eye related ).

How to Care Your Nose Piercing

Now a day Nose Piercings are Fashionable and Cool. More and more jobs are allowing facial piercings while you work, meaning they are becoming more accepted. Taking proper care for your piercing is a daily job. For the three months following your piercing, you need to pay close attention to it to ensure proper healing. Most pierces will give you a run-down of proper care or suggest cleaning products for you at the time of the piercing. If you’re under 18, you may need your parent’s permission to get the piercing. They will have to go with you to sign a consent form, If you are over 18 and hold a job, check with your employer about dress codes. Also, if you go to a private school, you’ll want to find out if face piercings are acceptable.

Research a quality piercer. Don’t go looking for a bargain. You don’t want to risk anything going wrong. Instead, ask around. If no one knows of anyone, start looking some up online. Go into the shop and get to know your piercer before you decide. Ask them about previous piercings that they’ve done, if there were every any issues, and how long they’ve been doing them. Sometimes, they’ll even have a photo album for you to look through.
•Ask to see certificates that their Autoclave has passed spore tests. If they do not have an autoclave, leave immediately.
•The shop should be clean and sanitary.
•Whilst this ensures they should be sanitary in their work, it does not mean that they do good piercings. Always check feedback of their customers .

The room should be sufficient lighting. They should be able to see what they are piercing. Also, watch them wash their hands and put on sterile gloves. If they already have gloves on, you are completely justified in asking them to re-wash their hands and replace the gloves with new ones. While you’re getting your nose pierced, try to stay as still as possible for your piercer. It is a small pinch just like any other piercing, and you’ll only feel it for a second. Try to use Titanium, titanium and surgical steel are good substitutes, but most piercers include the price of a surgical steel piece of jewelers in the price of the piercing. If you ask for gold, titanium, and niobium (niobium is the material least likely to irritate your skin) the piercer may add an additional cost.

Check the needles, it should be brand new and in sterilized sealed pouches. You should see them open the sealed packages. If you get into the room and the needles are already open, you are once again justified in asking for new ones. Your piercer should throw away the needles in a biohazard container after using them. They should also provide after-care instructions at this point. Most piercing salons will carry the cleaner that they are going to recommend to you.

Care Your Nose after Nose Piercing

You should be cleaning your piercing twice a day for the first Two to three months. Before touching it, it is essential that you use antibacterial soap to wash your hands thoroughly. Skipping this step is often the cause of infection. Your hands are constantly covered in bacteria and this is a great way to get an infection. If you notice any build-up around the ring and you don’t have your cleaning solution with you, wash your hands and soak the piercing for a few seconds in warm distilled water until the build up easily comes away.

Do not move the jewelery in and out, as this may cause hypertrophic scarring. Redness and swelling is natural. Also, it may notice some pain the following days. This is normal. Don’t worry about these, but make sure you continue cleaning your piercing properly. If the painful inflammation continues, watch for discharge from the piercing. If it the discharge is green or yellow and smelly in nature, seek medical attention. This combination could mean infection. This bump can occur within a few days or months after the piercing. Not all bumps are infected but if they’re red and resemble a pimple with pus inside, they likely are. Pus is not always a sign of infection, but get it checked with a doctor just in case.

DO NOT remove the piercing if it is suspected to be infected, as this traps the infection and will likely have to be drained. Always ask your doctor before removing jewellery of an infected piercing. After two or three months you’re piercing, it should be healed and you will be able to put a different nose-ring in. If it has been touched by other people before being inserted, put it in boiling water and wait for the water to cool before removing the jewellery and inserting it into your nose.

Now that your piercing has healed, you don’t need to clean it twice a day. You can gradually work your way down to cleaning it a couple times a week. Instead of your saline solution, make sure you’re washing it in the shower. Do so with a face cloth (cleaned regularly) and antibacterial soap. Be careful when putting on face make-up try to avoid your piercing. The chemicals can build up in your piercing hole. Now you looks ….!