How old do you need to be to get a Body Piercing?
You must be at least 18 years old to get a piercing without a parent or legal guardian.
Can I bring my older sibling/aunt/uncle/or grandparent to sign for me?
No, a relative is not your legal guardian unless court ordered. If they are court ordered then the correct paperwork will be required
I'm under 18 and have my parent with me, now what?
You must be at least 14 years and have a parent with you to get a piercing aside from earlobes, you must have a photo ID and your parents ID must match your last name otherwise a birth certificate and/or marriage license will be required as well.
Can I get a piercing while pregnant?
No, you cannot get a piercing while pregnant. There aren't any studies proven that it cannot harm your baby, the best thing to do is wait.
Can I go swimming with a fresh piercing?
No, you do not want to submerge a fresh piercing in pools of water ie. lakes, pools, ocean, or bathtubs.
"I know you told me how to take care of my piercings, but my friend said to do-"
DO NOT take your friends advice over your piercers advice. If you take your friends advice over mine and an infection does occur speak to your physician. I am the professional, your BFF is not.
Infant and Toddler Ear Lobe Piercings
The youngest age we can pierce is 4 months old.
For any piercing for an infant or toddler you will need to bring in their birth certificate and your ID (Parent Only).