Allergy Free PTFE, Acrylic UV and Bio Flex Body Part Jewelry Rings

In ancient time, different types of people wore body jewelries for different purposes. The royalties and nobles wore body jewelries, made from gold, jade and gem, to show their power, riches and status. The Common men sported jewelries, made from gold, wood, trinkets and bones, to look more beautiful, for various rituals and traditions.But due to the advancement of technologies and latest fashion trends, numerous types of metallic and Bio Flex materials have been introduced to make different types of body piercing jewelries. Today, one can find body part jewelries made from Gold, Gold Plated, Silver, Titanium Anodized, Titanium, Acrylic UV, PTFE, Bio Flex, Gem and Jeweled.Although, fashion crazy boys and girls were fond of latest style trend of piercing body and wearing body piercing jewelries, made from different metals, they also find it painful that, certain metals were allergic to their body piercing. Certain body piercing jewelries, made from metals, such as gold, gold plated, silver and steels, offered them skin irritation, when they were pierced into the body. These reason made them search for the best alternative and, they found body piercing jewelries, made from PTFE, Acrylic UV and Bio Flex are non allergic to the body. These alternate non metallic body part jewelries also offered numerous below given benefits to the wearer.There are certain below given benefits of wearing Bio-Plast body part jewelries:
• Bio-Plast Body jewelries minimize the risk of allergic reaction and swelling, during piercing and wearing.
• These body jewelries are very flexible, easily bendable and compatible to body movements, which facilitates body piercing, heal faster.
• Such body part jewelries can be sterilized easily; making them most ideal for facial application and chance of causing any infection is also minimized.
• The availability of various designs and colors, offers buyers numerous opportunities of choice and selections, and allow them to buy jewelries as per their choice and liking.A buyer can also find PTFE, Acrylic UV and Bio Flex body piercing jewelries, made in combination with other metallic materials, such as gold, silver, titanium and so on. The Belly Button Rings, Eyebrow Rings, Nipple Rings, Earrings, Nose Rings, Navel Rings, Tongue and Lip Rings are basically made directly through Bio-Plast materials or in combination with other metallic materials, gem and jeweled.Online sites have rich collection of colorful and lustrous designed body piercing jewelries made from PTFE, Acrylic UV and Bio Flex materials. The buyer can easily buy them from online stores, through his/her PC and Internet connection, by sitting at the comfort of the home.

Tattoos and Piercings in the Workplace

You are waiting on your next interview when a candidate with more body piercings than the bad guy from the movie Hellraiser walks through the door. What do you do?Generation Next employees have taken a strong interest in tattoos and body piercings much the same way baby boomers fell in love with long hair and VW vans.While employers in previous decades had candidates with afros or with hair down to their waist, employers today face those with “tats” and “nose rings.”Large employers have established clear policies pertaining to the display of body art and piercings.Starbucks has a policy that limits employees to ear piercings only and then to only two small earrings on each ear whether the employee is male or female. At Disney Theme Parks, no piercings are allowed on any employee unless it is part of their “character.”TV shows like LA Ink are glamorizing tattoos and you may see candidates who are covered with “art” from head to toe. Their body tapestry, as it is often called, is sometimes more important to the candidate than paying the bills.Employers are allowed to create a policy regarding the display of piercings and tattoos while at work. Is it yes to two ear piercings but no to lip or nose piercings? Yes to forearm tattoos and eyebrow piercings, but no to neck tattoos? It is up to you to decide what your policy should look like.Where physical labor is required, employers such as repair shops and manufacturers should have a policy that limits all body jewelry to minimize the possibility of workplace injury.Other employers may find the display of body jewelry and tattoos by employees to be draw to their clientele, but even these businesses should have limits in place to avoid employees overdoing it.So when your next interview candidate looks as though he came to you straight from the set of LA Ink, notify him prior to the close of the interview that the company has a policy regarding body art and piercings. Be prepared to discuss this policy with the candidate, as he is likely to ask for details as to what is or is not allowed.Regardless of your enterprise, it is clear that tattoos and piercings are here to stay and business owners need to be prepared to deal with them.(C) 2010 Jerry Ballard, Perfect People Solutions