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Rook jewelry is specifically designed for those with rook piercings, a unique ear piercing located on the inner cartilage fold of the ear. Rook jewelry serves as an attractive and stylish way to showcase this piercing. With various designs and materials available, rook earrings stand out for their versatility, allowing individuals to express their personal style. Rook piercing jewelry offers a wide range of options, from studs and hoops to dainty and intricate designs. Whether you prefer a minimalistic look or bold statement pieces, rook jewelry ensures you find the perfect fit for your rook piercing. Explore our collection to discover the latest trends in rook jewelry.

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What You Need to Know About Rook Jewelry Piercings

Learn everything you need to know about rook piercing jewelry. 

What Is a Rook Piercing?

A rook piercing is a piercing in the upper ridge of your ear, in the antihelix above the tragus. Using a needle, the piercer goes through the cartilage of your rook and inserts the jewelry. 

Pain, Healing, and Aftercare

Pain is a common worry for most people after getting a piercing. This depends on the individual’s pain tolerance. However, a rook piercing goes through a thick layer of cartilage, which is usually more painful when compared to lobe piercings. 

This type of piercing may also take significantly more time to heal. A rook piercing may take six months or longer before it’s healed fully. There’s also a higher risk of infection.

As with most aftercare routines, proper cleaning and staying in good health are crucial. It’s recommended to gently wash the area using soap and water two or three times a day as necessary. 

What Types of Jewelry and Material Are Used for a Rook Piercing?

While healing, it’s recommended to stick with a barbell. However, in addition to barbells, you can also opt for curved barbells or hoops. Hoops are a favorite among rook-piercing fans, though hoops also are the hardest to heal. 

The safest materials to use for rook piercings are gold or titanium. Titanium is a great choice due to it being nickel-free and hypoallergenic. With gold, 14 karats or higher is good for durability and being free of harmful metals. 

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