Dermal Piercing, also known as Microdermal Piercing, is a kind of body piercing. It is a semi-permanent method that involves making a perforation in the sub-dermal skin layer of the body. Such perforations can be made on almost all surfaces of the skin. Change your mind about your dermal or want something different? Annalee has been well trained and is experienced in the removal of dermals as well, leaving almost no visibility of where the dermal had been. Rub Ray’s staff has been professionally trained on the the dermal process and required care.
DO NOT USE: A&D Ointment, Peroxide, Rubbing Alcohol, Neosporin, Antibacterial Soap or Petroleum Jelly.
Avoid; Hot Tubs, Pools and lakes or cover with a waterproof bandage. Avoid touching the piercing as your fingers introduce bacteria. There is no need to twist or remove jewelry to clean.