Labret Jewelry

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A labret is a piece of piercing jewelry that is used primarily for lip piercings, but can also be used for many others such as ear piercings. In terms of design, it is a small rod with a ball on top and a flat disk at the bottom.

A labret is used, as mentioned, for many different piercings, including:

and many more...

The design makes it extremely useful for lip piercings as the plate on the back of the piercing jewelry ensures a good fit, which at the same time puts minimal pressure on the teeth.

Labret jewelry can be made from many different materials

Labret jewelry can be made from many different materials. This jewelry should be in a material that suits your needs. It will always be a good idea to have a labret in PTFE if the jewelry is constantly running against your teeth. If this is not a problem, you can choose from all the materials, without worrying about your teeth. Some of these are:

- Titanium

- Surgical steel


- 14K Gold

Not all materials can be used in brand new piercings, so you must therefore familiarize yourself properly with the use of the material before choosing your favorite.

Labret jewelry designs at Bodymod

We at Bodymod have a lot of unique pieces, like this one, that lights up in the dark or this exciting item with a black stone. As with most of our categories, we also continuously add fresh pieces to our stock.

The Monroe piercing, a shiny stone design with a PTFE back, might be the most optimal and beautiful choice. It is located above the top lip, off-center. It got its name from the actor Marilyn Monroe, as it resembles her beauty mark.

When you look for a tragus piercing design, you will see that it’s a different category. Tragus jewelry is shorter to fit the tiny tragus area better.

If you are getting your helix pierced, you’ll find many designs to choose from. Not only simple labrets, but pieces with longer bars are also popular for a helix. These designs could fit anywhere from the top of your ear, down to your earlobe.