Piercing jewelry

In our online shop you will find a wide range of different piercing jewellery. The material used for our jewellery is the so-called surgeon's steel, 316L steel and G23 titanium. We also offer jewellery made of wood, bioplastics and acrylic. 

The piercing jewellery in our online shop is grouped according to the type of jewellery, such as a ring, pin or horseshoe, and the location of the piercing, such as nose, navel, lip. You can browse products for the piercing you want, or search directly for a specific model of jewellery for the piercing you want. You can sort the jewellery by material, size and stone colour.

Our customer service team will be happy to help you choose the right jewellery, so please feel free to ask if something comes to mind.

Piercing with a piercing needle

A piercing needle is one of the most common methods of piercing the skin. It is a traditional method that has been used for centuries in different cultures and communities. Piercing with a piercing needle is done as follows:

    1. The first step is to choose a reliable and skilled piercer. It is important to ensure that the piercer follows all the rules of hygiene and safety.
    2. The piercer takes a sterile needle from a sealed package and prepares the piercing area. This includes disinfecting the skin and covering it with a sterile dressing or other protective material.
    3. The piercer measures and marks the piercing area. This is important so that the piercing is in the right place and in the middle of the skin.
    4. The piercer inserts the needle into the piercing area and makes a hole. This is usually done by hand, but in some cases a needle holder or other aid can be used.
    5. Once the hole is made, the piercer places the sterilised jewellery in place. This is usually done by placing the jewellery on the end of the needle and pushing it through the hole. Please note that the jewellery for the first piercing must meet the stricter nickel dissolution limit of 0.2 μg/cm2/week. Such materials include G23 titanium and 925 silver.
The piercer will clean the piercing area and give instructions on how to care for the piercing. This should include advice on how to wash and protect the piercing.

    We always recommend choosing a reliable and professional piercer to ensure that your piercing is safe and successful. Piercing with a piercing needle also requires careful care and follow-up afterwards to minimise the risk of infection.

    Changing the piercing earring

    Changing a piercing earring is not difficult and is easy to do yourself. However, it is important to remember that piercings are health and hygiene sensitive, so they require special care and appropriate equipment. 

    If you decide to change the piercing yourself, it is important to follow these instructions:

    1. Wash your hands thoroughly before you start.
    2. If the new jewellery is not sterile-packed, clean it carefully before you start. If the jewellery is not sterilized, do not use a new sterilizer unless it has not been sterilized.
    3. If you need to use pliers or other tools to replace the jewellery, clean them carefully before use.
    4. Make sure that the piercing is healthy and cleaned thoroughly before replacing the jewellery.
    5. Replace the piercing with care and attention. Avoid damage to the piercing caused by the pull or weight of the jewellery.
    6. Clean the area around the piercing again carefully and monitor the skin's reaction to the new jewellery.

    Remember that you should always consult a specialist when changing your piercing jewellery, so that you can get further information and advice if necessary.

    Care instructions for piercing jewellery

    Piercing jewellery should be cared for regularly and carefully to keep it clean and in good condition. Here are some recommendations for the care of piercing jewellery:

    1. Wash your hands before touching piercing jewellery. Never touch piercing jewellery with dirty hands, as they can harbour bacteria and dirt.
    2. Clean piercing jewellery regularly. For example, you can clean piercing jewellery with mild soapy water and wipe it dry with a towel. However, avoid using sharp objects or harsh cleaning agents, as these can damage the jewellery.
    3. Use gentle cleaning products for piercing jewellery.
    4. We recommend changing piercing jewellery after a shower or sauna when the skin is soft and clean.
    5. Replace piercing cups if necessary. If your piercing earring is damaged or starts to look old and worn, it is best to replace it with a new one. This will help prevent infections and keep your piercing healthy and thriving.
    6. Take note of the location of your piercing. For some piercings, such as the nose, it is particularly important to clean the jewellery regularly as it is more prone to contaminants and bacteria.

    Remember that if you feel uncomfortable with your piercing jewellery under any circumstances, stop wearing it immediately and discuss it with your doctor. They will be able to give you more information on how to care for your piercing and help you keep your piercing healthy and comfortable.


    The ear is by far the most common place for piercing. The ear magazine contains a number of piercing sites, the most common of which are summarised below.

    Ear piercing | Ninja.fi


    1. Industrial
    2. Forward Helix
    3. Rook
    4. Daith
    5. Tragus
    6. Anti-Tragus
    7. Orbital
    8. Praise
    9. Upper Lobe
    10. Flat
    11. Helix
    12. Snug
    13. Conch
    14. Anti-Helix/Snug

    A helix piercing is a piercing made above the tip of the ear. It is one of the most common ear piercings and can be done at several different points on the tip of the ear. Helix piercings can be done using a variety of rings or pins.

    An industrial piercing is a piercing made on the inside of the ear, often using a long pin. An industrial piercing looks as if it passes through two piercings. It is one of the most popular piercings among young people.

    A rook piercing is a piercing made inside the ear at the middle of the ear. It is one of the less common ear piercings and can be slightly more difficult to do than other ear piercings. Rook piercing can be a good option for those who want a slightly more unusual and impressive piercing.

    A daith piercing is a piercing that is done on the inside of the ear, in the middle of the ear. It usually has a small hole where a small ring or curved pin can be inserted. Daith piercing is widely believed to help with migraine attacks, but there is no scientific evidence to support this.

    Tragus is one of the most common ear piercings. A tragus piercing is a piercing made in the bundle of the ear, in the area next to the ear canal. 


    A nose stud is a small but trendy way to accentuate your style and stand out from the crowd. Available in a variety of shapes and colours, nose studs can be worn with other jewellery or on their own. Choose the nose jewellery that suits your style and show it off with pride.

    If you're thinking of wearing a nose ring as a man, choose a design that suits your style and match it with other jewellery or your outfit. The traditional thin ring is a fashionable and easy starter piece. Although small in size it will make a big impact on your outfit.

    Of all the nose piercings, nostril (pictured below in photo 2.) and septum (pictured in photo 1.) piercings are the most popular. The nostril is attached to the sides of the nose, while the septum is attached to the front of the nose. Both are also available in a non-transparent form, or as a so-called 'fake nose'.

    Nose Piercings | Ninja.fi


    1. Septum
    2. Nostril
    3. Septril
    4. Rhino
    5. Austin bar
    6. High Nostril
    7. Nasallang
    8. Bridge
    9. Third Eye


    Facial piercings are the most visible piercings. In the image below you can see the names and locations of the different piercings on the face.

    Face piercings | Ninja.fi


    1. Arcade
    2. Bridge
    3. Surface
    4. Microdermal
    5. Madonna
    6. Septum
    7. Medusa
    8. Joue
    9. Ashley
    10. Labret décalé
    11. Labret

    Piercing of the oral cavity

    Although tongue and lip piercings are quite common, they are not without risk. Tongue piercing can cause temporary difficulty in speaking or swallowing, and can also cause injury to the teeth and mouth. There is also a risk of bacteria entering the bloodstream through the skin during piercing, which can cause infections. Lip or tongue piercings can also affect the health of your teeth and gums and cause problems with your ability to bite.

    Tongue piercing is known as a "tongue piercing" or "tongue stud", and lip piercing is known as a "lip piercing" or "lip stud". These piercings can be single or multiple, and can be on both lips or both sides of the tongue, for example.

    Before piercing, it is important to think carefully and make sure that you are aware of the potential risks and that the piercing is done in accordance with good hygiene practices. It is advisable to use only reliable and skilled piercers and to ensure that they use sterile equipment and follow good hygiene practices.

    Names of oral piercings

    1. Smiley
    2. Frowney
    3. Uvula
    4. Venom
    5. Tongue
    6. Horizontal Tongue / Snake Eyes
    7. Marley / Tongue Web

    Lip piercings

    Umbilical piercings

    The history of belly button jewellery dates back thousands of years to antiquity and has been part of the dress culture and traditions of many cultures. In Indian culture, for example, belly button jewellery has been part of women's dress for centuries. They have also been popular as fashion jewellery, especially in the West, and have become particularly popular among young people in recent decades.

    The fashionability of belly button jewellery changes over time and with trends. Today, button earrings remain popular in many cultures around the world and are often used by young people to express personal style and expression. Button earrings are available in a variety of shapes, colours and materials and can be worn as part of a versatile outfit.

    The most common types of piercings are:

    1. Belly button piercing
    2. Reverse navel piercing
    3. True navel
    Navel piercings | Ninja