no, we do not pierce minors
in short..no. Many times jewelry that one buys from a store may not be suitable for initial piercings. In order for us to pierce you we must know exactly the type of material, company, and mill certifications. Also, many times jewelry is hand made, and may break during the sterilization process. We would be heartbroken if we were to damage a piece that has sentimental value.
we recommend waiting two months before your first JuLry swap. It is always better to have a professional help you the first time so that they can give you some helpful tips and tricks on how to get comfortable with changing it on your own in the future. When it comes to changing your JuLry to a ring for the first time, we recommend a six month wait. "Did they say six months?!?!" we know that sounds like a long time, but we want to make sure that your piercing is well healed before making the transition to a ring.
when it comes to cleaning your fresh piercing, less is more! Sterile saline solution works well to soothe and keep your piercing free of debris. You can also use a non scented anti-microbial soap and gently wash around the area and throughly rinse it clean. It is recommend to stay away from harsh cleaners like alcohol or peroxide. Avoid the use of first aid products such as neosporin and bactine.
right here on our website :) Simply click on the “Appointments” Tab and there you will find the current services we offer. We have a central booking system with the most up to date information on our Appointment availability. We allocate 30 minutes for each appointment to award each client ample time to ask questions and to make your jewelry selection. Our number at the studio is (626) 576-4323
NO! It is a very good idea to avoid communal bodies of water for one month after getting a new piercing done. That includes lakes, oceans, swimming pools, hot tubs and saunas.
often times one can mistake an infection with irritation. Infections can only be diagnosed by a doctor and must be addressed properly, and they tend to be excruciating with a fever.
Irritation can appear as skin redness or a small bump. Seldom a slight discharge. If you are concerned with the healing of your piercing you are welcome to come in so we can take a look. Do not remove the JuLry if you feel you have an infection as it may encapsulate bacteria and make it worse.
we are always happy to answer any and all questions piercing related! Please don't hesitate to give us a call so we can help answer all your burning questions regarding safe piercing practices!
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