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Piercing Guide

We understand that choosing the right gauge is essential for a comfortable and stylish piercing experience. Whether you're a piercing enthusiast or a first-timer, our gauge guide will walk you through the various sizes, helping you make informed decisions about the perfect fit for your unique style and individual piercings. At Zahav Jewelry, we're dedicated to providing the knowledge you need to adorn yourself with confidence ✨



24G (0.5mm):

  • Extremely thin gauge used for delicate piercings, such as some nose piercings and certain ear piercings

22G (0.8mm):

  • Slightly thicker than 24G, commonly used for nose piercings, ear piercings, and certain facial piercings.

20G (0.8mm):

Commonly used for nose piercings, some ear piercings (e.g., earlobes), and certain facial piercings

cartilage piecrcings

18G (1.0mm):

  • Suitable for various ear piercings, such as tragus, helix, and conch piercings.

16G (1.2mm):

  • A standard gauge for many piercings, including lip piercings, eyebrow piercings, and some cartilage piercings.

Belly Piercing

14G (1.6mm):

  • Commonly used for nipple piercings, navel piercings, and some genital piercings.

At Zahav Jewelry, we've curated a detailed gauge guide to empower you in navigating the diverse world of body jewelry. From the delicate 24G to the more substantial 14G, our jewelry covers a wide range of gauges, ensuring that you can make find the best match based on your piercing preferences. Whether you're exploring the latest trends or seeking guidance for stretched piercings, Zahav Jewelry is your trusted partner in achieving a personalized and comfortable look

 **Keep in mind that these are general guidelines, and individual anatomy and preferences can vary. When choosing body jewelry, it's essential to consult with a professional piercer to determine the appropriate gauge for your specific piercing. Additionally, if you're considering stretching a piercing, do so gradually and under the guidance of a professional to ensure a safe and healthy process.