Photo ID required for all ages
preferrably Passport or Licence
Tongue - Nipple - Surface - Dermal - Christina
All Ear areas - All facial areas - All body above the waist
Discretionary with parent/guardian - Enquire
Ears - parent/guardian required
TAKE CARE OF YOUR PIERCING
Always wash your hands before touching your piercing.
Clean 2-3 times a day around the entry and exit points of the hole.
Remove any body fluids from the jewellery or the area.
For tongue and other oral piercings, gargle 2-3 times a day
with salt water and antibacterial alcohol free mouthwash.
Gargle after smoking & avoid dairy products.
PRONTOLIND is available from us.
A piercing is a fresh wound. It should be kept clean at all times.
If you follow the aftercare it will heal quickly and completely.
If it gets dirty or is not cleaned regularly it may become infected.
MIGRATION / REJECTION
Although uncommon, some piercings can migrate (move through the skin).
In extreme cases this can lead to jewellery ‘growing out’ of the body altogether.
Some piercings, (eyebrow, naval, tragus etc) are more prone to migration that others.
It is not dangerous or painful, but it may leave a small scar.
Piercings will swell to some extent,
we always allow space on your jewellery to compensate for this.
Occasionally however, a piercing can swell more than usual and be painful.
If your piercing swells more than 2-3 mm , or if there seems to be a possibility that your
jewellery seems too short to accommodate the swelling,
Please contact us so that we can fit longer piece of jewellery to avoid any further complications.
Tongue piercings - a long bar is always used for initial piercing,
you can return approximately after 4 weeks, after the swelling has gone down,
to have a shorter bar fitted. You may find it helpful to suck on ice to reduce the swelling,
making sure you avoid dairy products.
Every 2-3 days you should check the tightness of the threaded balls on your jewellery.
They can become loose from cleaning, rubbing against clothes, skin etc…
Trauma is caused by obvious pulling or catching on anything
less obvious is chaffing on clothes by movement.
This is especially common during sleep on a pillow with ears
Shampoo, Conditioners & hair products need to be cleaned from ear areas
The best advice is to wear loose fitting clothes in the early stages.
Try to avoid waist bands or heavy belts with naval piercings,
- Eyebrow -
- Helix -
- Anti eyebrow -
- Medusa -
- Forward Helix -
- Tragus -
- Conch -
- Nose -
- Anti tragus -
- Snug -
- Jestrum -
- Smiley -
- Tongue web -
- Frownie -
- Rook -
- Flat -
- Bridge -
- Septum -
- Tongue -
- Navel -
Nipple (£40 x 2)
All lips (40 x 2)
Lobes x2 (£20 x 1)
Cheek (£40 x 2)
Shen Men (anxiety relief)
Daith (migraine relief)
- Surface -
- Scaffold -
- Dermal -
£30 each for more than 1
- Christina -
Important information for aftercare
Please follow the aftercare instructions your Piercer has given and care for you new piercing with our Prontolind Spray
If you do not see a particular piercing you are interested in
please contact us on