Collection: Helix Piercings

Among ear cartilage piercings, helix piercings are probably the most popular. They are easy to get, modern, affordable, and add a subtle touch to your ear. At Luna, we advise and assist our customers in finding the perfect piece of jewelry for them. Whether you're looking for a discreet, fashionable, unique, or delicate piercing, we have something you'll love. We offer a wide variety of helix piercings in silver and titanium, as this area of the ear is spacious and can be combined with other pieces of jewelry.

The art of helix piercing is a bold and unique form of individual expression. Located on the upper cartilage of the ear, the helix is adorned with a spark of jewelry, offering a seductive visual statement. We have a wide range of jewelry available in different styles and designs, from pure minimalism to more ornate options. Our products are of high quality and safe, giving you the freedom to wear your helix piercing with confidence and style.


For your helix piercing, we recommend the use of studs or small straight bars with a decorative end. These pieces of jewelry are ideal due to the location of the piercing, on the top of the ear, in the cartilage. You might also consider a hoop for a unique touch of delicacy. It is crucial to select a piece of jewelry of appropriate size to facilitate healing and prevent snags with clothing.

The material of the jewelry for a helix piercing should be chosen carefully to avoid irritation or allergic reactions. ASTM-F136 grade titanium is an excellent choice due to its high strength, durability, and hypoallergenic nature. Other options such as gold or sterling silver can also be considered, as long as they are of high quality and do not contain nickel or other metals that can cause skin reactions. Materials such as surgical steel or copper, which can cause irritation and complicate healing, should be avoided.


As with all piercings, we advise waiting at least three months after the initial piercing before changing the helix jewelry. This period allows the wound to heal completely and the initial jewelry should be kept in place to prevent any irritation or infection. It's essential not to rush the change of helix jewelry, even if there's no visible inflammation or pain.

After the recommended three months, you can change the helix jewelry, making sure to do so cautiously and maintaining good hygiene. Make sure to wash your hands well and disinfect the new jewelry before inserting it into your ear. Opt for high-quality jewelry, made from safe and skin-compatible materials like titanium, gold, or sterling silver.


The healing time for a helix piercing varies from person to person but is generally between 6 and 12 months. During this time, it's important to maintain good hygiene and avoid touching or manipulating the jewelry to prevent irritation and infection. It's also advisable to avoid using headphones or earphones during the healing process to avoid exerting pressure or friction on the pierced area. If you notice signs of inflammation, redness, or pain, don't hesitate to consult a piercing specialist for appropriate treatment.


Helix piercing has gained popularity in recent years, leading to a wide variety of jewelry options. Hoops are a popular option, offering a multitude of styles and designs to choose from.

A favorite style is the simple, clean ring, sleek and minimalist, perfect for everyday wear. You can choose from different diameters and thicknesses to find the ring that best suits you.

If you're looking for something more sophisticated, you might opt for a ring with details, like a ring embedded with small gems to add a touch of sparkle to your look. Rings with complex designs, like geometric or floral patterns, are also an option.

Other popular alternatives include double or triple hoops, which add an element of dynamism to your look. Additionally, for a bold style, you can opt for a ring connected to another piercing by a chain. For example, chains that connect the helix and the forward helix offer a futuristic look to any combination. However, make sure to choose a chain of the right size for your comfort.

In summary, rings are a versatile and elegant option for a helix piercing. With such a diverse range of styles and designs, you're sure to find the perfect ring to reflect your personal style.


If you're looking for a more discreet and sophisticated option for your helix piercing, studs are an excellent choice. These small earrings consist of a bar with a gem at the end, ideal for those who want a touch of glamour without ostentation.

An advantage of studs is their wide variety of styles and designs, from simple and minimalist pieces to more adorned designs with diamonds or precious gems. Additionally, studs are comfortable to wear, as they don't protrude much from the ear and don't interfere with the use of headphones or glasses.

Studs can be combined with other earrings in the same ear for a customized and unique look. You can choose to combine several studs in the same ear or mix studs with other types of earrings for a more complex look.

If you're looking for a bolder look, you can opt for studs with more striking designs, like geometric shapes or animal figures. Studs can also be customized with different colors and materials, such as gold, silver, or titanium.

In summary, studs are an excellent option for those looking for a discreet and refined piece of jewelry for their helix piercing. With a wide variety of designs and styles available, studs allow you to customize your look and add a touch of sparkle and sophistication to your everyday style.


  • Hoop: 5/16" - 3/8" or 8-10 mm
  • Stud : 1/4"- 5/16" or 6-8 mm

In conclusion, the helix piercing offers a bold and original way to express your personal style. Whether you prefer a minimalist look or something more elaborate, there is a wide range of high-quality and safe jewelry to choose from for your helix piercing. Always bear in mind the importance of the right size and material to ensure uncomplicated healing and comfortable use. Be bold, be original, and above all, be yourself with your helix piercing.