Is Spencer’s Nose Jewelry Safe


Nose jewelry has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the selection of styles, metals, and gems used has grown alongside this. However, this extra choice can also mean potential harm if not chosen properly. Spencer’s Nose Jewelry is a well-known and trusted source for body jewelry – but is it safe to wear? This article will explore the safety considerations for wearing nose jewelry bought from Spencer’s and discuss how customers can ensure they are selecting suitable pieces. It will look at the materials used to make the jewelry, how it should be fitted correctly, care that should be taken when cleaning it, as well as any potential risks associated with different piercings. By understanding these various factors, you can make an informed decision about if Spencer’s Nose Jewelry is the right choice for you.

Types of Nose Jewelry and Potential Dangers

Spencer’s Nose Jewelry is body jewelry made for the nose, specifically designed to accentuate and decorate this body part. The most popular types of nose jewelry are nostril or bridge studs, gold hoops, charms, nose rings and septum piercings.

When the proper safety precautions are taken into consideration, all forms of Spencer’s Nose Jewelry can be safe to use. It is key that a professional piercer is used in order to properly size, insert, and care for any type of nose jewelry. Cleaning any type of nose jewelry should be done regularly with an antimicrobial soap or solution specifically intended for piercing cleaning. Cotton swabs may also come in handy when cleaning more intricate pieces like chains or multiple stones/shapes on one piece. If a piercing appears red and swollen, remove any jewelry immediately and contact your piercer or a medical professional if it doesn’t improve after 1-2 days. Allergy testing could also be essential if you experience prolonged irritation after insertion. Double checking metal content is also encouraged; if nickel allergies run in the family they can still appear years after exposure begins. Taking appropriate measures ahead of time can prevent longer term issues associated with improper cleaning and allergic reactions later down the road.

Spencer’s Nose Jewelry Quality and Safety Standards

Spencer’s takes safety and quality seriously when it comes to nose jewelry. We inspect all of our nose jewelry for any signs of defects, such as loose clasps or broken loops, prior to packing and shipping from our production facility. We also provide general safety guidelines for all types of nose jewellery, including the need for frequent cleaning, avoiding over-tightening of screws or pieces, storing nose jewelry in a clean place, and using lubricants on clasps to prevent them from sticking or rusting. In addition, Spencer’s ensures that all incoming raw materials meet stringent acceptance criteria before they are used in our products. All of these measures serve to make sure that each piece of Spencer’s Nose Jewelry is safe and durable enough to wear without any risk of adverse health effects.

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Different Styles of Nose Jewelry and Potential Contraindications

Spencer’s nose jewelry is a very popular trend in fashion these days. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are different styles of nose jewelry and each one may have its own potential contraindications. Some of the more common types of nose jewelry include:

• Nose Rings – either thin bars or circles which pass through the side of the nostrils, commonly threaded with a ball closure on the ends. Nose rings come in many sizes and materials such as gold, silver, stainless steel, titanium and even glass or acrylic. Potential contraindications may include uncomfortable pressure from the ring, swelling or pus from infected piercings due to poor piercing techniques or unclean materials used for piercing.

• Nostril Jewelry – symbols worn on the outside surface of each nostril which can be scrolled onto a thin bar or simply held into place by threading its “L-bent” shape which is typically made from jewelry wire. There is also optional add-on decorations such as dangling beads or stones for added sparkle. Potential contraindications could include allergic reactions to certain metals commonly used for nostril jewelry, especially if not properly cared for by cleaning regularly with a suitable disinfectant.

• Nasal Studs – studs passed through one side of each nostril typically done without piercing since it only relies on adhesives such as glue but also needs special care so that they don’t fall out during normal activity such as eating and sleeping as well as carefully monitored maintenance changes when needed (monthly). Potential contraindications are limited here but quite possible if adhesive allergies exist which is why adhesives need to be regularly tested before application so that any reactions can be minimized or avoided completely.
It is important to consider all potential implications before deciding to wear Spencer’s Nose Jewelry for any purpose other than cosmetic purposes alone and always do thorough research prior to beginning any new piercings or body modifications.

Tips for Cleaning and Care of Spencer’s Nose Jewelry

Spencer’s nose jewelry may be attractive and fashionable, but it requires extra care to ensure that it is kept safe and clean. The first step in maintaining your Spencer’s nose jewelry is making sure you wash it with a gentle cleanser every day when you shower. Doing this will help remove any bacteria or other particles that may have accumulated on the jewelry over time. It is also important to use an antibacterial soap whenever cleaning Spencer’s nose jewelry, as this helps reduce the chances of developing an infection. Additionally, after cleaning the jewelry it should be thoroughly dried before putting it away to prevent moisture damage.

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When not wearing the Spencer’s nose jewelry it should be placed in a sealed container or bag with some form of fabric inside; this will help keep dust and dirt out. Additionally, make sure not to expose your Spencer’s nose jewelry to harsh chemicals or perfumes as these could damage the materials used in its construction. To further protect the body jewelry from tarnishing/corrosion, consider applying an anti-tarnish spray before wearing and storing away. Lastly, check for any irregularities in color or shape regularly as these could signal potential health risks such as allergic reactions or infections due to improperly cared for Spencer’s nose jewelry.

Advantages of Wearing Spencer’s Nose Jewelry

Spencer’s nose jewelry is an affordable and stylish way to express your individual taste without compromising safety. The jewels are made of surgical stainless steel, a material that is known for being hypoallergenic and resistant to rust or stain. This means that the jewelry can be worn in both wet and dry conditions without damaging the metal or causing irritation to your skin. In addition, it is easy to clean with just soap and warm water. Furthermore, Spencer’s nose jewelry has a sealed back-clasp closure, providing you with extra peace of mind during wear. With the secure closure firmly in place, there is no risk of the jewels coming loose or falling off suddenly.



• Spencer’s nose jewelry is made of high-quality materials and nickel–free metals, making it safe to wear.

• The jewelry is lightweight and comfortable, allowing for longer wear times without causing skin irritation or discomfort.

• The designs come in a variety of styles and can be customized to match various looks and preferences.

• Some body piercings may take longer than others to heal when wearing Spencer’s nose jewelry. This means that the wearer needs to carefully consider the healing process before deciding whether to keep the piercing or not.

• Spencer’s nose jewelry may not stand up well to physical activity such as high impact sports or swimming. It is important to ensure that the jewelry is tight enough so that there will be no risk of it coming off during activities like these.

• Due to their smaller size, it can be difficult to find replacement pieces if one breaks or gets lost.