Tongue piercings have been used as a rite of passage for many tribal communities. It was very common in the Mayan and Aztec civilizations and served to indicate one's hierarchy on the social ladder and to create an altered state of consciousness, in which the...

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...

The hole in the navel, a sign of royal rank for the ancient Egyptians, was forbidden to ordinary people, and therefore, a deep navel was very valuable. It is counted among the aesthetic and erotic piercings. Today this piercing is the most popular, but it cannot...

Absolutely yes. Ice is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory. Applying ice to the freshly made tattoo speeds up normalization and reduces the inflammatory process. Use it in the first days, several times a day with short applications (20 '/ 30'max) always placing a kitchen film on...