Do I need to make an appointment?
Appointments are preferred, but walk-inns are welcome! To book an appointment please call 250.306.7038 and the receptionist will be happy to book you in.
How much does a piercing cost?
Pricing can very depending on the piece of jewelry you choose. Please stop by the shop, or call 250.306.7038, and we will be happy to go over any questions you may have regarding jewelry.
What form of payment do you take?
We accept Cash, Debit, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Capital One, and now Apple pay!
Do you have Gift Certificates available?
We most certainly do, in any denomination that you would like.
They make great gifts for the hard to buy person on your list.
Stop by the shop located in downtown Vernon BC at 3314 30th Ave. to grab yours today!
Will it hurt?
Everybody's pain tolerance is different, but yes it may hurt a little, we try our hardest to be as gentle as possible.
Do you use piercing guns?
No, we use pre-sterilized single use needles, and all of our tools are autoclaved after every singe use.
How often do you test your autoclave?
We spore test our autoclave once a week to assure it is running efficiently.
Where do you get your jewelry?
All of our jewelry is North American made.
We purchase our jewelry through companies such as:
Body Circle Designs
Can I bring my own jewelry?
Unfortunately no, we will not pierce you with any jewelry that does not come from our shop.
We can not guarantee the quality and/or cleanliness of the jewelry in question.
Do you do exchange or returns on jewelry?
If a piece of jewelry you have purchase through us is defective, please do not hesitate to contact us.
But other wise no, we do not do exchanges or returns on jewelry.
Can I custom order?
Of course you can! Just remember, depending on the company you purchase through, wait times can take anywhere from 2 - 18 weeks to arrive.
Why should I not touch or handle my piercings in your studio?
It is standard protocol where breaking of the skin is common practice, (i.e. piercing studios, doctors office, tattoo shops, etc.), to avoid contaminates and cross contamination. We ask our clients to please not touch or remove their jewelry in the studio. If you need help handling or removing jewelry, please do not hesitate to ask our piercer and she will be happy to assist you.
Can I bring a friend?
Of course you can! We have no issues with our clients bringing a few friends for moral support.
Do you have parking?
There is meter parking on 30th Ave. which is the street our studio is located on.
Is your studio wheelchair accessible?
We certainly are! We have an automatic door opener for all mobility aids.
Daily After-Care Instructions:
Always wash your hands throughly before touching your piercing or surrounding area.
Clean your piercing 2-3 times per day.
Clean all dry matter from your jewelry and piercing site with warm purified water and a q-tip, always remember to use a different q-tip for each side of your piercing this can help to avoid cross contaminating. After removing all dry matter using one of our handy Niel med saline sprays you can now easily mist each side of your piercing then rinse your piecing off with bottled water and dry with a new q-tip.
After cleaning, it is not necessary to rotate your piercings, if you feel that it must be rotated, only do so with clean hands and only after you have given the piercing a thorough cleaning.
Do not touch your piercing between cleanings!!!
Follow daily aftercare instructions for piercings outside the mouth.
For piercing inside the mouth rinse with 3/4 of a cup of bottled water mixed with half a teaspoon of pink Himalayan sea salt or non iodized sea salt rinse for 20 to 30 seconds three to five times per day.
What is normal?
Initially: some bleeding, localized swelling, tenderness or bruising can all be normal during a fresh piercing.
During healing: some discolouration, itching, secretion of whitish yellow fluid may form. This is all a normal part of the healing process.
A piercing may seem healed before the healing process is fully complete. This is tissue healing from the outside in, and although it feels healed, the interior remains fragile.
Be patient and remain cleaning throughout the entire healing period.
Keloids or hypertrophic scars usually appear as a red bump at the trance of the piercing site.
Never try to pop a keloid this can make it worse, keloids are not an infection and are normally caused by agitation. Bumping, snagging, makeup, hairspray, and sleeping on it are some forms of agitation that may cause keloids.
If you develop a red bump on your piercing, please do not hesitate to stop in and see us or give us a call at 250-306-7038 for some suggestions that may help.
What to avoid?
moving your jewelry in an unhealed piercing, and/or picking at any dried matter that may appear on the jewelry.
cleaning your piercing with rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and any soaps containing perfumes.
over cleaning. This can cause a delay in the healing process.
all oral contact, rough play and contact with other bodily fluids on or near your piercing during healing.
excessive caffeine, nicotine, alcohol and recreational drugs.
submerging the piercing in unhygienic bodies of water such as lakes, pools, and hot tubs, or protect your piercing with a water proof wound sealant bandaid.
all beauty and personal care products on or around the piercing including cosmetics, lotions, sprays, etc.
having any heavy charms and or objects from your jewelry until your piercing is fully healed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cost of jewelry is not included in the service fee. Jewelry can range in price depending on the piece you pick out. Standard jewelry starts at $20.00 - $35.00
Lobes (under 16) - $40.00 for both / $30.00 for one
Lobes (over 16) - $45.00 for both / $40.00 for one
Helix - $50.00
Daith - $50.00
Flat - $50.00
Tragus - $50.00
Rook - $50.00
Anti-tragus - $50.00
Forward helix - $50.00
Conch - $50.00
Industrial - $55.00
Anti-industrial - $55.00
Faux snug - $100.00
Side Lip - $50.00
Philtrum / Medusa - $50.00
Monroe - $50.00
Vertical labret - $50.00
Smilie - $50.00
Tongue - $50.00
Tongue web - $50.00
Frowning - $50.00
Labret - $50.00
Navel - $50.00
Microdermal - $55.00
Staples - $55.00
Nipples - $50.00 for one / $100.00 for both
Vertical hood - $75.00
Horizontal hood - $75.00
Inner labia - $75.00
Nose - $50.00
Eyebrow - $50.00
Anti-eyebrow - $50.00
Septum - $55.00
High nostrils - $100.00
Bridge - $60.00
Earlobes - 5+
Nose - 13+
Septum - 15+
Helix - 13+
Navel - 13+
Eyebrow - 15+
Lip & Tongue - 15+
Major Cartilage - 15+
(-Rook, Tragus, Conch, Daith, Forward Helix)
Industrial - 16+
Dermals, Nipples, & Genitals - 18+