How do earlobe support patches work?

How do earlobe support patches work?

When pierced by an earring, the patch bears a major part of the earring weight, relieving the ear lobe of the pressure. Light and flexible, it allows women with torn piercings to wear earrings at the top of the holes, by supporting the weight from behind the lobe.

How do you stop heavy earrings from drooping?

Lobe Wonder Ear Support Patches are small adhesive ovals that strengthen and support your lobes while you wear chunky items and keep your hole a nice little circle rather than a slash through your ear.

How do you use earring patches?

Place them on back of earlobe. When you insert your earrings the post will ‘find’ the hole in the patch. Makes it MUCH easier. If you have really small earlobes you can cut one patch in half while it’s still on the card, then poke the holes thru & just use half a patch on each ear.

How do you fix a ripped earlobe without surgery?

Soak your earlobes at least twice a day in warm, clean water with about 1/4 tsp of salt for every 1 cup of water. Massage your earlobes at least once a day with coconut oil, jojoba oil, or another safe oil to keep it moisturized and promote healing.

How do I fix my earlobe?

Repair of an ear lobe is a minor procedure that is done under local anesthesia. It involves trimming away the skin that has healed within the split, and then suturing the two sides back together to give a symmetric and pleasing appearance. We would recommend a period of several months before re-piercing your ear.

Why do earrings smell?

Your skin secretes a natural oil called sebum which can mix with the dead cells in your piercings and cause a buildup. This buildup serves as a great environment for bacteria to thrive and hence you end up with a foul smell.

Should you take out earrings every night?

You shouldn’t take out new piercings — even at night — because the holes can close up. If this happens, you’ll have to wait several more weeks for the skin to heal until you can get the area re-pierced. Your piercer will likely recommend that you wait at least 6 weeks before taking out your original stud earrings.

What does a lump in my earlobe mean?

It is not uncommon to have lumps or bumps on the earlobe. These lumps, which look similar to pimples, are benign cysts. An earlobe cyst is also known as an epidermoid cyst. These occur when epidermis cells that should have been shed get deeper into the skin and multiply, forming the walls of the cyst.

How much does ear lobe repair cost?

The cost of an earlobe repair can range from $500 to $2,000. Most offices have payment options. After the earlobe is healed, we have had many patients say that they should have, “done this years ago.” This is one of those office procedures that can make a difference in someone’s daily life.

How much does ear lobe surgery cost?

Insurance may cover some of costs of the surgery, depending on the carrier, but typically this is considered an elective, patient-paid procedure. A simple repair will cost about $800 to $2,000; a more complicated repair will range from about $1,500 to $4,500.

What is lobe Wonder?

Lobe Wonder provides relief to women who suffer from the unsightly enlargement of earring holes, a problem caused by heavy earrings. Just as important, Lobe Wonder helps protect healthy ear lobes against tearing from the weight of earrings. Lobe Wonder is an undetectable, hypoallergenic clear patch that is applied to the back of the ear lobe.

Are lobe Wonder patches effective?

There is nothing on the market as effective and simple to use as Lobe Wonder. The design allows for a snug and secure fit around the post, while taking only seconds to apply. Although Lobe Wonder patches are flexible and light, they are strong enough to support heavy earrings.

Where is lobe Wonder/earlift made?

Lobe Wonder/EarLift is the original ear lobe support patch. Lobe Wonder and EarLift are registered trademarks of the Bradvica Company. Patches and packaging are made in the USA. The Bradvica Company, Inc. Post Office Box 660442 ~ Arcadia, California 91066-0442 (626) 355-6012 (626) 355-6028 fax