Our piercer is absolutely fantastic at what she does, and she prides herself on professionalism and safety above all else. She wants you to remember that there is a lot to keep in mind when caring for your new piercing and not everything you might have heard from others is sound advice! Click on the links below to learn more about what type of care you should be concentrating on.
Body Piercing Care
Body piercings include all facial piercings -- such as eyebrows, ears, and nostrils -- and navels, otherwise known as bellybuttons. This is the information you need if you've had any of these things pierced lately.
Oral Piercing Care
Even if your oral hygiene would make any dentist proud, your mouth is still one of the nastiest places on your body. Luckily there are many simple things you can do to keep your new tongue or lip piercing looking good and free of infection. Read these instructions for more information!
What to Avoid
Here's a general list of things to avoid if you've just gotten something pierced. You'll thank us later.
Nipple and Genital Piercings
Please read the above guidelines if you are unsure how to care for your nipple or genital piercings. These two areas of your body are especially sensitive to trauma and infection and need to be cared for in very specific ways. Please don't be afraid or embarrassed to ask your piercer any questions you might have about your piercings!
What's This Bump on My Piercing?
Some people develop "bumps" on or near their piercing sites; they're pretty harmless, but sometimes they can become painful or unsightly. You can read more about these "bumps" above and learn how to safely treat them.