For those who can’t wear pierced earrings….

Hola chicas!

I am one of those who cannot wear pierced earrings due to past (thank you, Lord, they are past) keloid issues. {If you would like to read my keloid scar journey, you can check it out here.}

I found a great place to buy the coolest earrings that look like they are pierced, and they are not magnetic:

 

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They are made  in sterling silver or gold, and are designed to hold interchangeable dangles.  They have given me a new lease on earring-wearing!

Please check them out at: www.lisadora.com

Enjoy!

Dee

 

2 Replies to “For those who can’t wear pierced earrings….”

  1. […] However, Dr. Joe (after meeting me and Art and looking at the keloid) offered to treat this scar with series of shots over the next few months. I almost broke down in tears because I anticipated the pain, but the doc assured me that he would proceed differently. This was the turning point for me. Instead of using one needle to administer the numbing agent AND the steroid, (which caused great discomfort because the numbing agent irritates the nerve initially), he showed me that he would numb it first, and then administer the steroid. I had never had anyone care enough to do it an alternate way, and I was overjoyed. Over the next year and a half, I and the kids would make a trip down every six weeks to have that shot administered. Thank God for my family and for their support through all of this. especially my hubby. And I am so blessed to share that I have NO keloids at all. I can also wear no-pierced hoop earrings that are specially made at Lisadora.com (you can read about them here.) […]

  2. […] However, Dr. Joe (after meeting me and Art and looking at the keloid) offered to treat this scar with series of shots over the next few months. I almost broke down in tears because I anticipated the pain, but the doc assured me that he would proceed differently. This was the turning point for me. Instead of using one needle to administer the numbing agent AND the steroid, (which caused great discomfort because the numbing agent irritates the nerve initially), he showed me that he would numb it first, and then administer the steroid. I had never had anyone care enough to do it an alternate way, and I was overjoyed. Over the next year and a half, I and the kids would make a trip down every six weeks to have that shot administered. Thank God for my family and for their support through all of this. especially my hubby. And I am so blessed to share that I have NO keloids at all. I can also wear no-pierced hoop earrings that are specially made at Lisadora.com (you can read about them here.) […]

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