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Body Piercing Aftercare

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  • Personal hygiene is very important, please bathe on a regular basis.
  • Wash your body first, shampoo, condition, etc. and wash your new piercing last with an unscented, anti-bacterial soap.
  • Wash the area around the piercing as well and rinse everything with clean water, making sure to rinse the soap thoroughly off of the piercing.
  • Always wash your hands before handling your new piercing. This needs to be done 3 times a day for at least 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Avoid exposure to filth, septic, and/or unclean situations, bacteria and disease are everywhere.
  • Use a sterile bandage when necessary.
  • Avoid clothing that is too tight or rubs harshly on your new piercing. This can cause irritation, infection, and soreness; a sterile bandage can be used here as well.
  • When filth and irritation cannot be avoided, please wash your piercing immediately.
  • A sterilized saline spray (wound wash) is recommended for daily use of keeping your piercing clean and debris free.

Oral Piercing Aftercare

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  • Personal hygiene is very important, PLEASE bathe on a regular basis.
  • Brush your teeth and use an alcohol free, antiseptic mouthwash.
  • Anytime you eat, drink, or smoke make sure you rinse out your mouth after with an alcohol free, antiseptic mouthwash.
  • Please understand that salty, hot & spicy food, noodles, dairy and or seafood have the potential for pain, discomfort, irritation and reaction.
  • Rinsing oral piercings should be done a minimum of 10-12 times a day.

Dermal Aftercare

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  • Keep your new dermal bandaged for the first two weeks with a sterile bandage to help ensure a proper setting.
  • Personal Hygiene is yet again very important, please bathe.
  • Wash your body, then wash your new dermal piercing with an anti-bacterial or anti-microbial soap; then the area surrounding it and be certain to rinse everything gently with clear clean water.
  • Always wash your hands before washing your dermal.
  • Do this a minimal 3 times a day for 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Following the same instructions above as to filth and clothing to prevent infection and/or irritation.
  • Sterile bandages are always recommended to resolve both situations.
  • A sterilized saline spray (wound wash) is recommended for daily care and cleaning.

ALWAYS REMEMBER!

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  • Always remember to use common sense when taking care of new piercings.
  • If you’re around dirty people, places, and things, odds are you’re going to be more susceptible to infections and irritations.
  • Remember that we cannot be accountable for caring for your piercing once you walk out our doors.
  • ONLY YOU can take proper care of yourself.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please call or come by. We are always here to help!

UNDERAGE PIERCING INFORMATION


SOME THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT PIERCING YOUR MINOR: ACCORDING TO THE TEXAS STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT, IN ORDER FOR US TO PIERCE YOUR CHILD YOU MUST BRING THE PROPER DOCUMENTATION. THIS IS NOT A COMPRISABLE ISSUE. YOU WILL NEED TO MEET THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS, IN PERSON, AT THE TIME OF PIERCING.

    1: A VALID ID FOR THE MINOR, SUCH AS A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE, STATE ISSUED ID, PASSPORT OR ENROLLED SCHOOL ID

    2: A VALID ID FOR THE PARENT, SUCH AS VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE, STATE ISSUED ID, PASSPORT OR MILITARY ID

    3: A BIRTH CERTIFICATE MATCHING BOTH THE MINOR AND THE PARENT

    4: IF ANY NAME CHANGES ARE NOT MATCHING, PLEASE BRING MARRIAGE LICENSE OR DOCUMENTATION TO VALIDATE PATERNITY

    4: THE PARENT MUST BE PRESENT FOR THE PIERCING PROCEDURE