What is a tragus piercing?

At Custom Plugs, we stock a collection of tragus piercing jewellery, designed to enhance your unique style while offering comfort and quality. Tragus piercings have become a popular choice for those looking to add an edge to their look, and finding the right tragus earrings is key to making this piercing stand out.

A tragus piercing is a type of ear piercing that goes through the small piece of cartilage that partially covers your ear canal, known as the tragus. Because of their prominent location and versatile appeal, tragus piercings are a beloved option for both newcomers and seasoned piercing enthusiasts.

Our Collection of Tragus Piercing Jewellery

Our tragus piercing jewellery range includes a variety of tragus earrings, tragus stud earrings, and tragus ear studs, meticulously crafted to suit all tastes and preferences. Whether you prefer minimalistic styles or something that makes more of a statement, our collection is sure to have something that catches your eye.

Our tragus-stud earrings are perfect for those who appreciate subtlety with a touch of flair. Available in materials such as titanium and surgical steel, these studs ensure long-lasting wear with minimal risk of irritation. They come in designs featuring delicate gems and classic balls. Our tragus stud earrings are suitable for everyday wear.

Tragus ear studs are designed for comfort and style, ensuring they can be worn all day without discomfort. Small tragus piercing jewellery is perfect for those who prefer a more understated look that allows daily wear.

Why Choose Custom Plugs - Quality and Comfort

At Custom Plugs, we understand that the quality of tragus piercing jewellery is just as important as its appearance. All our tragus jewellery is made from high-quality materials that are hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin. Our carefully curated selection ensures that you don’t have to compromise on style or comfort.

Tragus earrings can be mixed and matched with other ear piercings to create a unique look that is truly your own. Layering several tragus ear studs along with hoops and drops can produce a dynamic and eye-catching effect. Alternatively, a single, standout tragus stud earring can make a bold statement on its own.

Shop Tragus Piercing Jewellery Today Online

Explore our diverse selection of tragus piercing jewellery today at Custom Plugs. Our tragus jewellery is sure to enhance your piercing and add that special touch to your personal style. Discover the perfect tragus earrings - tragus stud earrings in our collection and embrace the beauty of unique, high-quality tragus ear jewellery.

What materials are recommended for tragus-piercing jewellery?

For tragus piercings, it's important to use hypoallergenic materials to minimise the risk of allergic reactions and promote healing. Recommended materials include titanium, surgical stainless steel, 14k or 18k gold, and biocompatible plastics like Bioplast. These materials are durable and safe for long-term wear in body piercings.

How do I choose the right size of tragus piercing jewellery?

The size of tragus jewellery is typically measured by gauge (thickness) and length or diameter. The most common gauge for tragus piercings is 16G or 18G. The length of a stud or the diameter of a hoop will depend on your individual anatomy, but generally, 6mm to 8mm is a comfortable size for most people. It's best to consult with a professional piercer to find the ideal size for your tragus.

Can I change my tragus ear piercing jewellery at home?

While it is possible to change your tragus jewellery at home, it is advisable to have it changed by a professional piercer, especially if it's your first time changing the jewellery or if your piercing is relatively new. A piercer can ensure that the change is done hygienically and safely, minimising the risk of infection or damage to the piercing.

How do I care for my tragus ear piercing and the jewellery?

To care for your ear tragus earrings, clean it twice a day with a saline solution or a gentle, non-alcoholic cleaning solution recommended by your piercer. Avoid using alcohol or hydrogen peroxide, as these can irritate the piercing. It's important to keep the jewellery clean and avoid twisting or turning it in the piercing. During healing, avoid submerging the piercing in bodies of water like pools or hot tubs.

Are there styles of tragus jewellery that are better for initial piercings?

For initial piercings, it's best to choose simple and smooth jewellery styles that minimise irritation and facilitate easy cleaning. Tragus stud earrings or small hoops made of materials like titanium or surgical steel are ideal. Avoid ornate designs with dangling parts or rough textures until your piercing has fully healed, as these can snag on clothing or bedding and irritate the piercing site.