Some things to know and be mindful of before attending your appointment.

- If you have long hair, please ensure it is securely tied up when you come to attend your appointment. 

- Please be aware that you will NOT be allowed to bring anyone with you into the procedure room, this is to limit and prevent distractions in a professional and clinical environment. The only exception is a parent or guardian legally needing to accompany a minor. 

- If you have young children, please leave them at home, they will not be permitted into the procedure room, and they can not be left unattended in the Studio. No exceptions. 

- Make sure you have eaten within the last four hours, ensure you are properly hydrated. A drop in blood sugar levels can sometimes result in piercees feeling faint or unwell. 

- Consider any holidays or events you may have coming up, which could hinder your ability to properly maintain your aftercare routine, it may be better to postpone until after your holiday. 

- Lifestyle, consider your lifestyle, do you regularly go swimming, play rough sports? What is your profession? Do you wear a uniform, protective face masks, helmets, these may all be things that you will need to consider carefully when it comes to committing to healing a new piercing. You can always discuss with your piercer and highlight any concerns. 


Age restrictions and I.D

Age Restrictions

  • Lobes 7+

  • Cartilage (All other ear piercings)14+

  • Facial and Oral (nose, lip etc) 16+

  • Nipple: 18+

  • Surface Piercings and Microdermal anchors:18+

I.D & Accepted forms of I.D

- Valid I.D is essential, those under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  If your unsure, please contact the studio in advance to check what you may need.

- Minors will not be pierced under any circumstances without a parent or legal guardian present. Valid I.D for the child and the parent or guardian will be needed. No exceptions.

Accepted forms of I.D are: Passport, Drivers license, Citizen card, or any photo card displaying the PASS hologram. 

For a parent or guardian accompanying a minor, one of the above forms of I.D will be required to prove the person giving consent has the right to do so, where a minor does not have a passport, a birth certificate may be accepted alternatively as long as the details match those of the parent or guardian giving consent.

Those 16+ must provide valid I.D no exceptions

Age restrictions are non negotiable.


Further information.

- Jewellery fitting and piercing placement are 100% anatomy dependant & we reserve the right to refuse fitting jewellery or piercing a placement if the piercer feels it is inappropriate, not suited to the individual anatomy or unlikely to heal well. If this is the case, the piercer will usually advise and quite often can offer many alternatives. 

- We will not in any circumstance fit or pierce with any jewellery that has been sourced outside studio.

- Something that is aesthetically pleasing on one person may not necessarily look the same on another. Anatomy varies from individual to individual. Some styles/pictures found on the internet are very often not realistic in terms of suitability or practicality. Some images are photoshopped too. But don’t worry that's not to say you can’t have something aesthetically pleasing and well suited to you. 

- Rings. Quite often we are asked if we can pierce with a ring, usually very small and thin. Unfortunately in most if not all cases, it is not possible to fit rings this way in an initial or healing piercing. For a piercing to heal correctly, it requires suitable jewellery of size and shape, which can provide stability. (Petite rings can usually be fitted once successfully healed) piercings done with rings initially, for example a “Daith” the jewellery will most likely need to be quite large in diameter in order for it to heal well.

- Please take it into consideration that we aim to offer a safe and professional piercing experience only, refusal unfortunately can quite often be met with offense, this is never intentional, you the client are number one priority. Anything advised by the piercer is with you and your wellbeing in mind at all times. We want you to have a safe and professional experience, we do not want to offer a service that unnecessarily may put you at risk or potential to cause you problems. 

- All clients are offered an aftercare check up appointment 2 weeks post piercing. Aftercare appointments are not limited, you can come in for check ups as frequently as you like. 

- Aftercare. All clients will be given a leaflet with their specific jewellery information and aftercare instructions, you will also be sent an email containing aftercare information as well, please read and follow thoroughly. 

- We advise cleaning your piercings with sterile saline wound wash only, please do not use anything else such as, abrasive antiseptics, Dettol, tea tree, aspirin or the like. Saline is gentle and non disruptive, which works great. Ignore shoddy advice and quick fix suggestions sometimes found on the internet, it causes more harm than good.

- Downsizing. You may need to come back for a shorter post. Piercings may swell initially, therefor it is appropriate to fit jewellery that is a little longer, once swelling has subsided, to ensure the piercing is getting the correct stability to heal, jewellery should be downsized to prevent jewellery that is too long cause any problems. 

- Check your attachments are secure. Predominantly, we use threaded jewellery for piercing. It is not unheard of for jewellery to become unthreaded over time. It is good practise to check your jewellery is threaded securely at the end of each cleaning routine twice a day. We do not accept responsibility for lost jewellery. After you have left the studio, it is your responsibility to ensure aftercare is properly followed and your jewellery is secure. 

- If you have any concerns or encounter an issue, experiencing symptoms of problematic healing, make a check up appointment promptly. We are here to help your piercing heal every step of the way!