PIERCING AFTERCARE FORM Getting a new piercing involves breaking the skin surface so there is always a potential risk for infection to occur afterwards. Your piercing should be treated as a wound initially and it is important that this advice is followed so that the infection risk can be minimised. MINIMISING INFECTION RISK GUIDANCE TIPS: -Most piercings will bleed at first but this should stop within a few minutes. Gentle pressure on or around the pierced site will slow bleeding. -...


Piercing Does it hurt? Yes, it does but it’s a bearable pain. How old do I have to be to get a piercing? You have to be 16 to get a piercing and you need to present us with a valid picture ID with your date of birth visible (passport or driving licence preferable). For genital piercings you have to be 18. Is the body jewellery included in the price? Yes, all basic titanium body jewellery is included in the price of the piercing. Do you use a piercing gun or needle? We use disp...