Many of us try to use natural products and materials in our daily lives and this is especially true when it comes to choosing your body jewellery. Most people find that natural materials work best for their stretchings, which is why our wooden flesh plugs are so popular. Wood is an excellent material for flesh plugs because it is biocompatible and seems to exist in harmony with your body. It reduces odour and irritation, so your stretchings will feel great. Wooden flesh plugs also look wonderful and come in a choice of gorgeous colours and natural patterns. These wooden flesh plugs are suitable for fully healed stretchings only, so I recommend stretching with surgical steel tapers and then switching to wooden jewellery once the stretch has healed.
One-Piece Wooden Flesh Plugs
Carved from a single piece of wood, our one-piece wooden flesh plugs show off the natural beauty of the wood. They are made from wood chosen for its fine colour and sustainability. We have a great choice of these flesh plugs and as you can see, they are very beautiful. The natural colours and textures look lovely against your skin and add an element natural simplicity to your style.
Palm Wooden Flesh Plug
Iron Wooden Flesh Plug
Coconut Wooden Flesh Plug
Inlaid Wooden Flesh Plugs
For something more striking, check out our inlaid and mixed wood flesh plugs. These plugs feature two or more types of wood and make the most of the natural variation in colour and pattern. They make a statement and draw attention to your stretchings, perfect for showing them off.
Wooden flesh plugs bring a new dimension to your look and we have recently added nine new products to the online store. Wooden flesh plugs are great for those who have sensitive skin or get irritated by metallic materials. We have a great range of different shapes and designs to choose from so you can easily find something to match your style. Not only do they look awesome but they also reduce odor. Easy to wear and kind to your piercing a wooden flesh plug is a fantastic choice every time.
Triangular Coconut Wood Flesh Plug
Triangular Coconut Wood Flesh Plug
A funky change to traditional round flesh plugs this triangular coconut wood flesh plug has an awesome quality. It has a fabulous natural colour with an eye catching speckled design. The triangle shape gives your piercing a brand new look that is complimentary and exciting. The double flared effect allows it to comfortably sit in your ear. Made from coconut wood this flesh plug comes in a range of gauges from 6mm to 20mm. give your stretching a stylish twist with an amazing triangular wooden flesh plug.
Iron And Rosewood Hybrid Wood Flesh Plug
Ironwood & Rosewood Hybrid Flesh Plug
Brighten up your stretchings’ with this stylish iron and rosewood hybrid wood flesh plug. We stock a range of gauges from 8mm to 20mm to suit your particular stretching. Featuring a small double flare this flesh plug is easy to insert and sits securely in your stretching. Made from strips of ironwood and rosewood you get a lovely contrast of light and dark coloured woods. It has a funky polo shape that allows you to see through the middle adding to the eye-catching finish. Enjoy natural style with this wooden flesh plug.
They say natural is best and when it comes to flesh tunnels, I definitely think that is true. Wood flesh tunnels look stylish and feel great, making them one of the best options for stretched ears. I have been wearing wood flesh tunnels and plugs for years and I heartily recommend them. Since I switched to wood flesh tunnels I have found them very comfortable and had absolutely no problems.
Wood is a natural, biocompatible material, so it feels very comfortable to wear. It does not irritate your skin and most people find it much better than other materials. I particularly recommend wood flesh tunnels for people who have had problems with metal or plastic tunnels. Wood allows your skin to breathe and it is non-irritating for even sensitive skin. Another great thing about wood flesh tunnels is that they reduce odour, which is a blessing with newly stretched tunnels. Unfortunately wooden jewellery is not ideal for stretching with. I recommend using buffalo horn tapers to stretch with and switching to wooden jewellery once your new stretchings are completely healed up. That is what I did and I have had great results.
I love the natural look and for me, wood flesh plugs are the best option for stretched ear jewellery. I have been wearing wood flesh plugs for the last few years and I find them the most comfortable and easiest type of stretching jewellery to wear. Everyone is different of course but for me, wooden flesh plugs are definitely the best option.
You can find flesh plugs made in a huge range of woods and designs, some of which I have featured below. Personally I like wearing wood flesh plugs because of both the look and the comfort factor. My stretchings used to become sore after wearing metal plugs for any length of time but that just doesnâ€™t happen with wood flesh plugs. I find that my ears do react to the wood at all, which means no soreness, no irritation and no odour. Wood flesh plugs are famous for reducing odour and this is definitely true in my experience. They are also very lightweight which is essential at high gauges, as large, heavy metal plugs can increase your gauge gradually if you wear them for a long time.