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Welcome to Madaj Piercings. Our dedicated section on navel piercings offers comprehensive insights for enthusiasts and newcomers alike. We prioritize safety, precision, and informed choices, guiding you through the process, selection, and care of navel piercings. Trust in our expertise to enhance your piercing experience with sophistication and professional care.


When discussing navel piercing placement, it's important to consider both aesthetic preferences and anatomical suitability. Here's a brief overview:

Anatomical Consideration: The most common placement for a navel piercing is through the upper rim of the navel, but the specific anatomy of your navel may influence the ideal placement. A good candidate for a navel piercing has a pronounced outer rim, which allows for comfortable jewelry wear and reduces the risk of migration and rejection.

Top Rim Piercing: The traditional navel piercing is positioned at the top rim of the belly button, where a curved barbell is typically inserted. This placement is popular due to its visibility and the ease with which it can be adorned with various styles of jewelry.

Lower Rim Piercing: Less common than the top rim piercing, the lower rim can also be pierced, especially in individuals whose navel shape is more suited to this placement.


Consultation: Discuss your goals, select jewelry, and receive aftercare instructions.

Preparation: Clean and disinfect the navel area, then mark the piercing spot.

Piercing: A sterile needle is used to create the piercing, followed by the insertion of jewelry.

Aftercare: Regular cleaning with saline solution, avoid unnecessary touching, and keep the area dry.


Cleaning a navel piercing properly is crucial for healing and preventing infections. Here are simplified instructions:

Wash Your Hands: Always clean your hands thoroughly with soap and water before touching the piercing area.

Saline Solution: Use a saline solution (either store-bought or a homemade mix of 1/4 teaspoon non-iodized sea salt with 1 cup of warm distilled or bottled water) to clean the piercing.

Apply the Solution: Soak a clean gauze or paper towel in the saline solution and gently apply it to the pierced area. Alternatively, you can hold the area over a cup of the solution to soak directly for a few minutes.

Rinse: After soaking, gently rinse the area with clean water to remove any saline residue and pat dry with a clean, disposable paper towel. Avoid using cloth towels as they can harbor bacteria.

Avoid Over-cleaning: Cleaning the piercing 2-3 times a day is sufficient. Over-cleaning can irritate the skin and hinder the healing process.

No Twisting or Turning: Do not twist or turn the jewelry during cleaning to avoid irritating the piercing.


Navel piercings typically take 6 to 12 months to fully heal.

During this time, it's normal to experience some redness, swelling, and discharge. Healing progresses in stages, starting with initial healing, where the body starts to close the wound, followed by a maturation phase where the tissue strengthens around the jewelry.

Proper aftercare, including regular cleaning with saline solution and avoiding irritation, is crucial for a smooth healing process. Monitor the area for signs of infection and consult a professional if needed.