FAQ - Frequently ask questions

Q1. How much do drills cost usually?
Q2. What kind of metal do you recommend after a piercing?
Q3. How long does a piercing take to heal?
Q4. What a piercing studio should contain?
Q5. What should I use to clean my piercing?
Q6. I really want a piercing, but I'm terrified of being infected. How can I prevent this?
Q7. How do I know if a piercer is qualified and authorized?
Q8. I'm pregnant. Do I have to remove my navel piercing?
Q9. Is it painful?
Q10. Do my clothes will affect my piercing?


Q1. How much do drills cost usually?
The cost of drilling will vary depending on the area of the body where you want to be pierced and the piercer chosen. The norm seems to be between €30 and €50. BUT remind that "cheap" drilling is not always a good perforation.

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Q2. What kind of metal do you recommend after a piercing?
We always recommend Titanium jewelry because it is a metal completely pure. Your piercing will heal at a rate significantly faster with these piercings. This is because it is biologically inert.

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Q3. How long does a piercing take to heal?
The healing time will vary. All sorts of things can increase or reduce the time, good and careful care will be needed, an additional zinc will help reduce your healing time. But remember, you and your body must work together to make a successful puncture. With perforations of nipples and navel, you must be careful, they are constantly under clothing. This will become the hot hole and sticky (a perfect breeding ground for germs).

The healing time is as follows:
Cartilage : one to six months
Nipples/Belly : one to six months
Arcades : Within two months

Labret : Two to six months

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Q4. What a piercing studio should contain?
Obviously a piercing studio should be clean. It should have a bed examination, a clinical waste bin, garbage clinic (with the needles once they have been used), a unit of autoclave sterilize equipment and jewelry. After sterilization, flanges should be kept in sterile bags while waiting to be employee. All drills must wear surgical gloves.

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Q5. What should I use to clean my piercing?
Your piercer will give you advice on aftercare. We recommend using saline to clean your perforation, or salt water spray. (But ask for advice from your piercer to make a good cleaner seawater)
Always clean and dry your piercing with cotton. Disinfectants are often too strong or hard to clean and healthy with a perforation can sometimes cause worse.
If you suspect that you have an infection you should consult your perforator or practician.

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Q6. I really want a piercing, but I'm terrified of being infected. How can I prevent this?
Infections are prevented with proper care and attention to your perforation. Metals like steel can often strain your system immunity, making you a more serious infection. But even the titanium does not prevent you if your infection worsens or rarely perforation cleaned.

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Q7. How do I know if a piercer is qualified and authorized?
Never be afraid to ask questions to your piercer. Search a training certificate and a certificate of health and safety.

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Q8. I'm pregnant. Do I have to remove my navel piercing?
You'll need to change your piercing with PTFE or Bioflex. It's a barbell biologically inert plastic that will bend as depending on the size of your belly.

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Q9. Is it painful?
Perforations sting like a quickie. Being prepared and calm paramount. Eating well in advance and make a sweet drink with you. This cons-balance the effects of shock.

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Q10. Do my clothes will affect my piercing?
Talk to your piercer if you have any doubts. It's good wear pants sizes low (low-cut) after a navel piercing for example, or a T-shirt cotton for large holes in the nipple.

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