Septum Piercing

After ear piercing, the Septum is the second of the most common types of piercing among peoples around the world. In the past it was particularly widespread among warrior cultures, precisely because of the particularly “ferocious” aspect it induced. In the Aztec, Mayan and Inca populations, who made great use of nasal decorations, jade and gold jewels were used above all for this type of percing: materials considered precious for their sacredness. Still today the Septum is very popular in India, Nepal and Tibet, in many of the local populations.

For some time it has been one of the most requested piercings in large cities and for this reason – as for all piercings – it is necessary to consult an expert piercer, to avoid having incorrect horizontal inclinations or incorrect punctures of the its exact location.

Always choose high quality Wildcat jewelry!