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those look like blowouts, give him some vitamin E lotion and tell him to rub it on his ears twice daily, or go to a piercer and get them punched (pierced with a bigger gauge needle)
Piercing with a larger gauge needle will not remove skin, or will remove very little. It is also not the way to fix this… The only things that remove skin are dermal/biopsy punches and o-needles.
Also I don’t think those are blowouts. It’s likely hypertrophic scarring. See previous post.
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- piercingsbyaj said: Actually it doesn’t matter if it’s legal state to state, they’re illegal on a federal level which trumps state law. And if you think that’s a keloid then you literally have no clue what a keloid is. Just because it’s a scar doesn’t mean it’s a keloid
- breezytoska said: Actually, biopsy punches are legal in the US, it varies state by state. I think the reply was meaning a biopsy punch, but who knows. It looked keloid like to me personally.. a very small start of one, but scarring looks the same at the point.
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