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Female Genital Piercings

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Here we have collected the products in the range that are particularly suitable for female intimate piercings.

Of course, you can use basically all rings, rods, banana bells, etc. in our range, but these are specially developed for use in female genital piercings, especially in the hood.

Below we have gathered info about different vaginal piercings:


Vertical clitoral hood 
This is without a doubt one of the most popular genital piercings for people with vaginas. It not only looks good, but can also give stimulation to the wearer. This piercing will not change your life, but it can make it a little more fun.

Coat piercings have a tendency to heal fairly quickly (4-8 weeks) Try to avoid stress and play with your piercing, both from yourself and others, during the first two weeks and avoid body fluids throughout the healing period. This will help you heal your piercing a little faster.
Some women may swell or bleed during the first few days, especially if they drink alcohol, take stimulants, caffeine or aspirin or thin their blood in other ways. Warm saline solution can alleviate any irritation. Check the balls on the stick periodically, so that they remain, as skin that gets stuck between the ball and the stick can really hurt. And if you use a vibrator, put it on lower volume the first time!

Piercings in the coat can be done either horizontally or vertically, depending on the anatomy of the person being pierced. They differ in both approach and recommended healing jewelry, although they are similar in concept.

Horizontal clitoral hood lies flat against the body, placed so that the ball on the ring rests on top of the clitoris, and can stimulate above all with the weight of the ball on the clitoris itself.
To be anatomically adapted to the horizontal coat, you must have a coat that goes outside the outer labia when your legs are together. In other words, your outer labia must not cover or squeeze the coat when you put your legs together. Otherwise, the ring may rotate, which may prolong or make healing impossible and may cause the piercing to heal obliquely. In general, this is also very inconvenient. In some cases, an oval ring may alleviate some of these ailments. If your clitoris is hidden under your coat (that you can not see it without having to pull the coat back) then you will not get as much stimulation from the horizontal coat. Your coat will end up between the ball and your clitoris, which dampens the stimulus. The piercing itself can heal well and be aesthetically pleasing, but if you want to feel it, the vertical is your choice.

The Vertical clitoral hood is a better option for most vaginal anatomy. It can be performed with a ring, but we believe that both healing and stimulation are better with a curved rod. A ring must be large enough in diameter to be able to go from the top of the coat to the edge and then protrude from the coat of the same length. A ring in the vertical coat will protrude straight from the body like a navel piercing.

Rods, on the other hand, are against the body and are therefore more compatible with tight clothing. They are often even more stimulating. Done correctly, the lower ball rests on the clitoris while the upper ball and the rod itself create a pressure on the clitoral shaft. The bigger the ball or the thicker the jewelry, the more you can feel.

Inner Labia
The inner labia are the hairless folds that extend from the bottom of the clitoral mantle and surround the vaginal opening. It is usually very easy to do a piercing here, as the skin is soft and thin. They also have a very fast healing time (4 - 8 weeks) as the area has a high blood supply and is designed to withstand stresses such as sex and childbirth. They may sometimes bleed a little initially and may swell slightly during the first few days.

Try to avoid cycling and / or wearing thongs, body stockings or tight jeans for the first few days. Sex is not forbidden, but you will probably heal faster if you give it up for the first two or three weeks. However, be sure to avoid all forms of body fluids, even during oral sex and even if you are monogamous. And if you use a vibrator, put it on lower volume the first time!

Inner labia are generally more visual than stimulating, but some women feel aroused by feeling the jewelry rub against the inside of the opposite labia. The weight of the ring can also pull down the labia, which some find nice. This also makes them more visible and can make your clitoris more prominent.

Inner labia can be done as a single piercing, but also look great as one, or more, pairs. However, we do not recommend that you try to heal two pieces on the same side if they are close together. The skin between them can be pinched and swollen up extra. Instead, try healing one on each side, or the first and third if you would like to have three on either side. The only limit to how many you can make is the size of your labia. Some women have up to six or more, while others may not have a single one.


Outer Labia
Outer labia are the slightly thicker, usually hair-covered skin folds that protect the coat and the inner labia. Although they are so close to the inner labia, the outer ones heal in a completely different way. Due to the thickness of the tissue being pierced, healing can be difficult and last between 2 and 6 months. If you choose between inner and outer labia, keep in mind that the inner ones feel less to do and heal much faster, contrary to what you might think. Women with large thighs may want to consider another piercing, as healing can be especially difficult for them. The ideal outer labia for a piercing have a similar shape to the inner ones, with a defined edge on the tissue. Women with "inflated" or flat outer labia should choose another piercing.




This piercing is located where the inner labia meet at the back, under the vaginal opening. Many vaginas, but not all, have a clear pinchable edge of skin there that is well suited for a piece of jewelry. The choice of jewelry is similar to that of inner labia. A ring is usually the best choice, with a small enough diameter to not get in the way during healing. To minimize any pressure during sex, some women usually use a wand during healing. With this type of jewelry, the balls must be large enough not to go through the piercing.

Technically, a Fourchette heals very quickly, but due to the stresses it can withstand, it can significantly prolong healing. Certain sitting positions, body stockings, tight jeans, thongs and cycling can all expose the piercing to painful pressure. Healing can also be prolonged by too much sexual activity, especially during vaginal penetration. Some women (and their partners) love the feeling of when the jewelry rolls into the vaginal opening during penetration, but one should be very careful, and avoid body fluids, until the piercing is healed.

This piercing is actually very rare and is mistaken by many for a clitoral hood piercing. Most people do not actually have the anatomy of a piercing in the clitoris itself and that is about 90-95% of all vaginas.

To be able to get a piercing in the clitoral head, it must be large enough for a piece of jewelery to fit. It should be at least 6mm wide and be fully visible. If you can only see part of it looking forward under a little tighter skin in the coat, then it is not compatible.

The ideal piece of jewelry for this piercing is a ring with a small enough diameter to sit comfortably between the outer labia. The thickness of the ring varies depending on the size of the clitoris, but 1.6mm or 2.0mm is preferable. If there is enough space between the top of the clitoris and the coat, the piercing can be performed vertically with a rod, provided that sufficiently small balls are used.

The clitoris consists of tightly packed nerves, so this piercing is very painful to do. This is of course also the reason why most women choose a clitoral piercing. Also, make sure you find a piercer you trust. If this piercing is performed incorrectly, you may lose the feeling in the clitoris.


The Christina piercing is a vertical surface piercing that goes through the skin on the Venus area, it is located at the tip of the outer labia and has the same visual shape for the outer labia as the vertical clitoral coat has for the inner ones. This piercing is mostly aesthetic, not stimulating. Curved rods are the most suitable piece of jewelry and extra length of rod is preferred as swelling is quite common in this area.

Christina piercing, like the outer labia, has a rather slow healing and requires care between 6-12 months.
It has a tendency to emigrate and be repelled (grow out) and can leave clear scars from its movement. If you want this piercing, you must have a clear and pinchable tab where your outer labia meet, much like the edge of a navel. Overall, this is a complicated piercing, both to do and to heal.

It has a tendency to emigrate and be repelled (grow out) and can leave clear scars from its movement. If you want this piercing, you must have a clear and pinchable tab where your outer labia meet, much like the edge of a navel. Overall, this is a complicated piercing, both to do and to heal.