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Body Piercings

Top Belly Button Piercing or Lower Belly Button Piercing our piercers are experienced and capable!

Snake Bite Piercing

Either a Double Snake Bite Piercing or a Single our piercers are experienced and capable!

Industrial Piercing

Industrial Piercing are always a great ear piercing. Our piercers are experienced and capable!

Septum Piercing

With the use of our Septum Piercing jewelry and tools your Septum Piercing will be done in professionally 

Labret Piercing

Labret Piercings, Vertical Piercings, Ashley Piercings or a Monroe Piercings, no matter the lip piercing, we are experienced and capable! 

Nose Piercing

With the use of L-Shape and Corkscrew Nose Jewelry your Nose Piercing will be done in seconds. 

Eyebrow Piercing

Eyebrow Piercings  always make for an edgy look!

Helix Piercing

Top Helix, Lower Helix or a Middle Helix our piercers are experienced and can get it done quickly!

Children Ear Piercing

From the age 7 and up our piercers are here for you. Each Piercing will be done in professionally 

Tragus Piercing

With the use of our Tragus Piercing jewelry and tools your Tragus Piercing will be done in professionally 

Earlobe Piercing

First Earlobe Piercing or 2nds or even your thirds our professional piercers are experienced and capable. Click for Gallery.

Cartilage Piercing

Top Cartilage, Lower Cartilage or a Middle Cartilage our piercers are experienced and can get it done quickly!

CARING FOR YOUR NEW PIERCING

It is imperative for new piercings to have proper aftercare during the healing process. Not doing so can delay the healing time by months or sometimes years, do not take it lightly. Below we have outlined the general things you should do as well as things you should not be when caring for your piercing.

  • Reduce piercing pain and swelling: Ice combined with IB Profin will help alleviate pain and swelling- IB Profin should be used as directed on bottle.
  • Before caring for your piercing: Always wash your hands before cleaning or handling your new piercing.
  • Clean piercing regularly: The piercing should be cleaned 2-4 times a day – We suggest using unscented antibacterial soap, Epson Salt dissolved in warm water, saline solution, or we have several aftercare products available for purchase. (Do NOT use – Neosporin, Vaseline, Alcohol, or Peroxide).
  • Check piercing jewelry daily: While cleaning your piercing, you should check that jewelry is secure as well as slightly rotate the piercing. (Only rotate when piercing area is wet, never dry)
  • Avoid overly touching the piercing: Never play with your piercing jewelry or touch it with unwashed hands – this can cause irritation or infection.
  • Avoid swimming while the piercing is healing: Pools, lakes and, oceans; typically 4-6 weeks
  • Changing your piercing jewelry: You should wait at least 2 weeks before your Jewelry is changed out, this should be done by a professional piercer the first time. We are available to change the jewelry for you.

Cleaning Instructions by Piercing Type

  • Oral Piercings: Every time you “eat” or “drink” (besides water), “smoke anything,” “kiss,” “or put anything in your mouth”: you should rinse with (NON-ALCOHOL) Mouthwash. You can use Listerine, BUT use 1/2 Listerine, 1/2 Water in a clean glass cup. Brush teeth regularly.
  • Labret, Snake Bites, Monroe, and Dimples Piercings: as mentioned above, but also clean around the ball on outside with Bactine or Saline Solution on clean Q-Tip.
  • All Other Piercings: Clean around the ball with Bactine or Saline Solution in clean Q-Tip. AVOID USING FINGERS!
  • First week: Twice a day. Second week: Once a day. Third week”: Every other day

Approximate Healing Time

Please make note that everyone heals at a different rate, the healing time below refers to a standard healing time for those specific piercings.

  • Cheek: 2 – 3 months
  • Cartilage: 2 months – 1 year
  • Earlobe: 6 – 8 weeks
  • Eyebrow: 6 – 8 weeks
  • Genitals: 4 weeks – 6 months
  • Labret: 6 – 8 weeks
  • Lip: 6 – 8 weeks
  • Navel: 6 months – 1 year
  • Nipple: 2 – 6 months
  • Nostril: 2 months – 1 year
  • Septum: 6 – 8 weeks
  • Tongue: 4 – 6 weeks
    • Reduce pain and swelling: Ice combined with IB Profin will help alleviate pain and swelling- IB Profin should be used as directed on bottle.
    • Before caring for your piercing: Always wash your hands before cleaning or handling your new piercing.
    • Clean piercing regularly: The piercing should be cleaned 2-4 times a day – We suggest using unscented antibacterial soap, Epson Salt dissolved in warm water, saline solution, or we have several aftercare products available for purchase. (Do NOT use – Neosporin, Vaseline, Alcohol, or Peroxide).
    • Check jewelry daily: While cleaning your piercing, you should check that jewelry is secure as well as slightly rotate the piercing. (Only rotate when piercing area is wet, never dry)
    • Avoid overly touching the piercing: Never play with your piercing jewelry or touch it with unwashed hands – this can cause irritation or infection.
    • Avoid swimming while it is healing: Pools, lakes and, oceans; typically 4-6 weeks
    • Changing your jewelry: You should wait at least 2 weeks before your Jewelry is changed out, this should be done by a professional piercer the first time. We are available to change the jewelry for you.

Should I change Out My Piercing Jewelry?

  • The frequency with which you should change your piercing jewelry depends on several factors, including the type of piercing you have, the material of your jewelry, and how well you care for your piercing. Here are some general guidelines:

    1. Healing period: You should wait until your piercing is fully healed before changing your jewelry. The healing time varies depending on the piercing, but it usually takes between 6 to 12 weeks. Changing your jewelry too soon can irritate the piercing and prolong the healing process.

    2. Material: The material of your jewelry can affect how often you should change it. For example, if you have a metal allergy or sensitivity, you may need to change your jewelry more frequently. You may also need to change your jewelry if it becomes tarnished or discolored.

    3. Activity level: If you are very active or participate in sports, you may need to change your jewelry more frequently to avoid damage or injury to your piercing. Additionally, if you work in an environment with a lot of dirt, dust, or chemicals, you may need to change your jewelry more often to avoid infection.

    4. Signs of irritation: If you notice any signs of irritation, such as redness, swelling, or discharge, you should consider changing your jewelry. This may indicate an allergic reaction or infection.

    5. Personal preference: Some people like to change their jewelry frequently to switch up their style, while others prefer to keep the same jewelry in for longer periods.

    In general, it’s recommended to change your piercing jewelry every 3-6 months if your piercing is fully healed and you’re not experiencing any issues. However, if you notice any signs of irritation or discomfort, you should consider changing your jewelry sooner.