Wound wash

Wound wash is recommended to use 2-3 times a day for 6 or more weeks, depending on the piercing. Using a cotton swabs, spray generous amount of wound wash onto swab  apply to new piercing. Wounds wash can be purchased at our shop or at local stores. 

Piercing care

For the first 6 weeks minimize exposure to dirt, make up, and any unsanitary fluids. 


Always wash your hands before cleaning your new piercing,

Do NOT use

  • Alchohol
  • Hand soap
  • Hydrogen peroxide 
  • Neosporin/A&D

Questions or concerns?

If you have any questions or concerns about a new piercing or one you already have? Please contact us!

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Under 18?

What you need to know about piercings on minors.

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Q: How soon can I change my jewelry?

Most jewelry can be changed after 2 months, some require a longer period of time. If you need assistance changing your jewelry visit our please visit our piercer.

Q: How do I know if my piercing is infected?

Signs of infection include: redness, swelling, heat/fever, discoloration, throbbing pain, pus or discharge that is an abnormal color like grey, green, or yellow.

Q: Why don't you pierce with an ear piercing gun or device?

The number one problem is sterilization and cross contamination prevention. Since they are made of porous plastic they can not be autoclaved and tend to collect containments. Often they are used over and over and the action of the device when it pierces the skin can cause a spray of bodily fluids, they present a health risk. The gun also causes scarring within the piercing, when used the device pushes an earring through the skin causing more damage. Although getting piercings with a piercing gun seems easier and sometimes cheaper, ask yourself if you really want to put you or your child at risk.

Q: Do I need an appointment to get a piercing?

No, We accept walk ins for all piercings. Our piercer takes clients on a first come first serve basis, so there may be a little wait at times but never more than an hour. 

Under 18?

Q: What is required by the State of Texas for a minor (under 18) to get a piercing?



  • Parent Present with their valid government issued Picture ID.
  • Minor with a valid government issued ID or picture school ID and the minor's birth certificate.
  • If minor is 10 and under, only the parent's ID and the minor's birth certificate

Q: What is the minimum age to get a piercing?


  • Cartilage or helix  - 14 and up
  •  Navel or nostril -15 and up
  • Any other facial piercings, nipples, or genitals -18 and 

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