Why Studex is trusted by all mothers

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Trust is what binds the world together. Without it, nothing would exist. But one has to earn trust by being honest and consistent at all times, be it a brand or any one is general. Studex has always believed in offering safe and painless ear-piercings. With technology and precision, Studex has managed to earn its trust. Today when it comes to piercings for sensitive skin and babies; Studex is a name that is synonymous.

We have always seen to it that we follow international procedures and standards with a check-list of all the essentials that are necessary for undergoing a safe, quick and painless piercings. Mothers can’t watch their angels cry no matter what. We value this beautiful bond and our ear-piercing technology is designed to ensure to keep both mothers and their little ones smiling. Our team of experts keep themselves updated with the latest trends form the world of studs and ear piercings. After years of research, Studex has manufactured a range of products which over the years has earned a lot of trust. With world-class piercing procedures and products, Studex ensures that it’s piercing procedures or specially designed studs will not ever hurt or lead to skin infections. We also offer aftercare solutions which keeps your skin away from allergies.

With so many reasons to trust in us, look nowhere else, when you are planning to get your little one’s ears pierced. Visit Studex, #HappyEarPiercing

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Why Hypoallergenic Metals for Piercing?

While getting a piercing done one of the major concerns faced is an allergic reaction to certain metals.   Intrusive metal jewellery into our skin is a foreign body which the body will initially try to repel if it is not hypoallergenic. This could manifest itself in the form of metal hyper sensitivity. So it’s recommended to reduce prolonged exposure of such metals to the skin and it is best to avoid it completely.

While nickel is the most common allergy, other metals like surgical steel and copper can cause allergies too. A nickel allergy will usually result in localized swelling, irritation, redness or itchiness. In most cases the reaction is similar to dermatitis due to the fact that the contact is with the skin. People with extra sensitive skin must use an antibiotic cream or ointment before and after inserting the piercing. They must remove the jewellery at night giving the skin time to recover. For many individuals, an allergy will show up within a few hours of putting in the earrings. If the symptoms of a new swelling do not decrease within a reasonable amount of time or get worse over time, make sure you get medical attention.

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When this happens it discourages people from wearing jewellery or getting themselves pierced.   One way to avoid allergic reactions is to figure out which metals you are allergic to and avoid using them as piercing tools or as jewellery. Since it is not practical to test every metal to look for allergic reactions, the best alternative is to use jewellery and piercing tools made of only hypoallergenic metals.

Hypoallergenic, meaning “below normal” or “slightly” allergenic is a term used to describe items that cause fewer allergic reactions or no reactions at all in most cases. Hypoallergenic metals do not irritate the skin and are considered inert as far as interacting with your skin is concerned.

Metals which are considered hypoallergenic are

  • Pure gold
  • Silver
  • Titanium
  • Surgical steel
  • Niobium
  • Platinum

Hypoallergenic metals are usually pure metals and hence are not prone to cause negative reactions with human body tissue. There are a lot of jewels and instruments out there which claim to be made of pure metals and hypoallergenic but they are just alloys coated with silver, gold or other hypoallergenic metals. So it is best to invest in tools and jewellery from a trusted brand which can provide you assurance of its claims.

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Hypoallergenic jewellery is a boon to jewellery lovers. It offers them the aesthetic benefits of accessorizing without the dreaded fear of developing an allergic reaction.

How To Choose The Right Jewelry For Your Skin Tone


Choosing the right jewelry to buy can be a tricky, confusing and sometimes even frustrating experience. The following article will help you choose the jewelry to buy based on your skin tone, the factor that crucially affects your choice.

Determine Your Skin Tone.

Locate an area on your body where veins are visible, usually the wrist serves as a good reference point. Based on the color of your veins, your skin tone may fall into one of two categories, cool or warm.

Cool skin tones are identifiable by bluish colored veins. People with cooler skin tones may notice pinkish or rosy-red undertones when looking in the mirror. Most people have cool skin, including people with dark skin and tan skin.

Warm skin tones are identifiable by greenish colored veins. People with warmer skin tones may notice yellow or golden-apricot undertones when looking in the mirror… People with darker skin are not usually warm-skinned.

Pick a metal and a complementary color:
Cool skin tones favor metals such as silver, platinum, and white gold. Metals:Warm skin tones favor metals such as gold, pewter, brass, and copper.

 Complementary Colors:Cool skin tones favor stones such as white pearls and diamonds.
Stone color should focus on jewel tones such as pinks, purples, blues, reds, and magentas. Warm skin tones favor stones such as coral or golden toned pearls. Stone color should focus on more earthy tones such as browns, oranges, greens, yellows, peaches, corals, and also turquoises.