Of course there are many genital piercings for men and women which have their own Wiki entries.

Here it is a question of which piercings are considered genital surface piercings.

For women this includes:

  1. The Christina (pubic mound, pubic bone piercing)
  2. The female Pubic-Piercing (vertically or diagonally on the pubic bone).
  3. The Outer Labia, perforated vertically as a surface piercing.

 

General:

A surface piercing is any body piercing which is performed on a surface of the body/skin which is neither convex nor concave (i.e. flat skin surfaces which neither protrude nor are indented).

Jewelry:

The so-called surface bars are specially designed for surface piercings. These are barbells with two 90° bends at the end (going in the same direction) which reduce the amount of tension.

For the body we recommend using a bar thickness of 1.2mm, and a maximum length of 24mm, depending on the customer’s anatomy.

Healing and Care:

Note:

The single-point-piercing should be touched as little as possible (wash and disinfect your hands if doing so), and exposed to as little irritation as possible as well.

Do not remove or twist the piercing when cleaning, since this can further damage the wound canal.

Use ProntoLind-Spray and ProntoLind-Gel twice a day for the first 2-3 weeks, then once a day for another 3 weeks.

Healing Process For All Single-Point-Piercings:

Placement:

The depth of the piercing canal is essential to a successful surface piercing. We only pierce in areas that we know are safe, and we clearly explain to our clients what is feasible and what isn’t.