body jewelry

body jewelry

Any adornment placed through and attached to a body part, e.g., belly or nipple rings, nose studs, or tongue bars.

CAUTION!

Foreign objects placed in body parts may interfere with radiological imaging or invasive procedures or may conduct electricity during surgery. The body jewelry, as well as rings, necklaces, eyeglasses or lenses, and dentures, may have to be removed before surgery for the patient's safety.
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Recently, the body jewelry store's customer base reached a whopping 75k
This includes pendants, rings, bracelets, necklaces and body jewelry.
The company has a collection of self-adhesive, waterproof, haute couture body jewelry inspired by the rich velvet fabrics and gorgeous jewels seen on the cast of Game of Thrones and The Tudors.
When I got out, instead of looking for a job, I started eBaying random things, then I started importing body jewelry and selling it on eBay.
Tattoo Lou's will also sell Islanders-centric body jewelry and tattoo-inspired Islanders t-shirts and sweatshirts.
Additionally, many people are allergic to some of the metals in body jewelry.
pair of Dickies girls slacks and some sort of T-shirt with an ironic phrase on it, a Swiss Army bag with some different necklaces or armbands and body jewelry.
As was the case with tattoos, the majority of respondents (71 %) indicated that piercings with body jewelry can be attractive (combined percentages for responses of 4, Agree and 5, Strongly Agree; see Table 3).
Instead, they are used for everything from body jewelry to decoration.
We see a huge opportunityin products ranging from body jewelry to journals.
Outlets with young patrons will get a mix that features corded necklaces and such body jewelry as anklets and toe rings.
The skin is pulled firm with a surgical clamp, and then, with a "needle and thread action," the opening is created with a large (12-16 gauge) hollow needle thrusted through the site, followed quickly by inserting the body jewelry to maintain the opening (Armstrong et al.