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ID Requirements
We follow the California Department of Health requirements regarding to proper identification required.
The policy states that everyone seeking a piercing must provide state or federal issued identification.

A state or federal issued ID is required from both the minor and the adult. Minors seeking a professional piercing must be accompanies by a parents or legal guardian. In cases when a minor does not have the same last name as the accompanying parent/guardian, a birth certificate will be required.

State Issued IDs include: Driver's License, Birth Certificate, School ID, or State Issued ID Card.
Federal Issued IDs include: Passport or Military ID.

Piercings done on a walk in basis.
Children under 5 years old by appointment.

Piercing Prices

Piercing prices do not include jewelry. Titanium jewelry starts at $25 and goes up depending on jewelry selection.

Ear Lobe (single), Helix, Conch, Nostril, Navel, Eyebrow, Lip, Tongue, Rook, Tragus $40
Daith, Septum, Nipple, Cheek, High Nostril, Bridge (Erl) $45
Surface, Anchor
Ear Lobes Pair, Industrial
Ear Lobes Pair (Infants or tandem)  $80
Genital $100


What You Should Use:
Saline Solution is the key to quick healing. It is a safe way to remove any dirt, debris, or bacteria with out any pain or sting. Pressurized or Aerosol types are recommended because they will remain sterile for each use. We recommend Simply Saline or Wound Wash brands.

We recommend you spray saline on a Q-tip and gently clean away any fluid, dried fluid, or debris from the area 3-4 times a day for at least the first 6-8 weeks. Be sure to dry the area with a dry Q-tip after. Do not leave your piercing wet. If your piercing is still producing crust after this time period, continue cleaning the area. Continue to clean once a day as long as you have the piercing. Most piercings take up to a year to fully heal.

We also advise rinsing your piercing daily in the shower to ensure any soaps or shampoos are not trapped in the area. You should avoid pools, hot tubs, and the ocean for a minimum of two weeks. For the first few months, it is recommended to rinse your piercing with fresh water after submerging in any chlorine or ocean water. Be sure to dry the area with a dry Q-tip after. Do not leave your piercing wet.

For any oral piercing, you should rinse with an alcohol-free mouthwash up to 6 times daily. We recommend Biotene as it is alchohol-free and antimicrobial. Be sure to rinse after you eat, drink, or smoke.

Do NOT Use:
Homemade Salt Solutions, Rubbing Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide, Bactine, Soaps, Ear Care Solutions, Tea Tree Oil, or Neosporin.  These products are too harsh for piercings and will cause drying, irritation, redness, soreness, swelling, and will prolong the healing process. We do not need to disinfect the inside of our skin, only gently remove fluid draining from the piercing. If it will burn, sting, or irritate your eyes, it will do the same to your piercing.

Do Not Touch Your Piercing
Handling your piercing is the leading cause of physical and bacterial irritation. Avoid make-up, moisturizers, or any other products in the piercing area.

Occasionally the body will swell more than anticipated. In the event of excessive swelling, contact us as soon as possible. This is not a major issue if resolved quickly. The jewelry may just need to be lengthened.

Still have a question? Let us know!