Open for piercing services, please review our updated booking policies.
Your body needs time to heal, but don't worry, that's what they do. Please be advised that the times listed below are an approximation for how long your piercing may take to heal. Everyone's body is different, so keep in mind that you may heal quicker or your body might need some extra time to heal completely.
Continue the suggested aftercare routine throughout the healing time listed below for your piercing. You may find that you have to continue the aftercare past the suggested time frame if your piercing is still tender, itchy, sore, or irritated.
Once you have passed the healing time frame, cleaning your piercing twice daily is not longer necessary, but cleaning your piercing every so often is suggested. When your piercing is fully healed your jewelry can be changed out, but we recommend only leaving your piercing naked for the time it takes to change out your jewelry. Even fully healed piercings can shrink if the jewelry has been left out for a prolonged period of time, making the reinsertion of jewelry more difficult.
Having trouble and not sure how to properly care for piercing? Check out our extensive aftercare guide.
Such as industrial projects, conch-to-conch piercings, orbital piercings, snug, anti snug, etc.
Including labret, lowbrets, side lip, philtrum, beauty mark, vertical labret, inverse labret, tongue, smiley, lingual frenulum (tongue web), etc.
see the listings under "Facial Piercings"