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We understand that some people may be allergic to latex or have sensitive skin. At B U Piercing Studio, we use Nitrile 

gloves which have the lowest allergy rate of any glove material on the market.

All piercings hurt for a few seconds, some more than others. Generally speaking your imagination is far worse than the actual piercing. It is always better to expect the worst and be pleasantly surprised.
Piercings do not heal in a couple of days or even weeks, they can take months and in some cases a year or more to completely heal. Being sick, having a low immune system, or sleeping on or bumping the piercing can prolong the
 healing process. It is important to continue cleaning and caring for your piercing for as long as possible, 
even if it looks healed.
Changing a piercing early can irritate and reopen a piercing. This can cause the piercing site to bleed, swell again, 
and become inflamed. If the proper care isn't taken you may introduce dirt, germs or bacteria into the piercing which can lead to infection. If you do change your jewelry early, ensure you clean the piercing and your jewelry thoroughly before taking out and changing, and select jewelry suitable for long term wear. We provide a change 
service for a small fee.
This can take up to 6 months and is not recommended if you want to keep your piercing. This is because the hole will begin to shrink as soon as you remove the jewelry. How long it takes to shrink so that you cannot reinsert the jewelry varies on the person. It is best not to take the chance. Never force body jewelry into a piercing.

We don't like the shops atmosphere. We like taking our time for each person without being annoyed every 5 minutes for a price or info. We like being independent.

We use longer jeweler initially to allow for the swelling and inflammation of the piercing site that follows a new piercing for anywhere between 2 - 12 weeks. Applying ice or an ice-cold cloth regularly on the area in the first couple of weeks can accelerate the reduction of this swelling. Once the swelling has started to subside you may need to look at shorter jewelry to help reduce potential for catching and snagging the longer jewelry.
We use autoclave sterilizers. These use steam and pressure to kill germs.  We also use new needles for each piercing - these are medically sterilized and sealed. Our piercers are happy to answer any questions you have about sterilization - Just ask!
I know that the long bar almost always causes tension bumps and keloids because of tensions created by the bar.  Rings avoid tensions between the two holes. After two to three months you can change to a bar. I pierce both holes at once, with the same needle, so that it does not bring issues for you once you will change the jewelry. Some professionals say that the holes made ‚Äč‚Äčseparately can change orientation with healing. Anyways, after all these years of practice, I've never seen none of my clients have this kind of problem. I would recommend to my customers with an industrial piercing to get a flexible bar like teflon or bioplast, which is now available in several different colors. Your cartilages will thank you, they won't be torn all the time because of a rigid bar.
Three kinds of navels actually exist. Two of them can be pierced, one can't. The hollow navels with a natural scar fold are more inclined to heal well, because this small fold minimizes the risks of rejection by stabilizing the jewel. According to every person, this fold is double, or, more often, located in the upper or lower side of the navel. It's better to be pierced on the side where is located this scar fold. Some people have a hollow navel without any fold. The possibilities of rejection are higher for this case, because no scar fold, harder than the rest of the skin, offers a firm support for the jewel. The last kind of navel is not hollow: the inner part is like a big bump. This bump risks to push constantly the jewelry out of the navel, which increases the rejection risks. Sometimes, the bump is small and located on the lower or upper side of the navel, which makes the piercing possible if the jewelry has a smaller ball diameter.
They are the only ones that are nickel free. With them, no possibility of allergy. Plus, you can keep the jewelry in place when you get x rays, because they are not magnetic.
Absolutely.  But the phone should  be wiped clean with a anti-septic wipe before.
We welcome clients from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm. We are always close on Sunday depending on the appointments planning. These opening hours vary, we adapt to appointments and can accept earlier clients according to their availability and mine

Hygiene and cleanliness are a priority. For piercing, We only use sterile disposable needles. The clamps are sterile, like the gloves that we put on to practice the act on the customer.  The room in which we practice piercing is disinfected between each client with products used in the surgical setting. Work surfaces are smooth and non-porous for optimal cleanliness

We are our own boss, this is why we can make lower prices, we also have lower enterprise costs than someone who will have to rent a shop.
The piercing generally takes a couple of seconds and fitting the jewelry takes a few seconds more. 
Once you are in the room most of that time is used for the  marking process.
It is recommended that you wait at least 6 weeks or longer before changing the jewelry for the first time. The exception to this is most oral piercings should be changed to a more appropriately sized jewelry after 3 weeks once the swelling has subsided. It is important to remember the hole may be stable enough to change jewelry but your piercing is NOT fully healed at this time. When changing your jewelry, ensure you clean the piercing and your new jewelry thoroughly before taking it out and changing. We provide a change service for a small fee.
You are welcome to bring in your own jewelry, however you must arrive half an hour prior to your piercing so the we can assess the jewelry's suitability for the initial piercing and ensure it is adequately sterilize before the procedure. We have a duty to sterilize all jewelry in a process that involves high temperature steam and heavy pressure. If there is any doubt that your jewelry will withstand this process undamaged, we will recommend selecting an alternative piece.
Yes, we offer earlobe piercing services with your choice of a needle or the newest piercing device. There are pros and cons to each option but the piercing system should only ever be used on earlobes and all other piercings including some upper lobe piercings are always performed with a needle.

There are two solutions: 

Remove the jewelry each time you breastfeed or
Remove the piercing during the entire period of breastfeeding to avoid having to remove and hen replace the jewelry several times a day. When the jewelry is removed / replaced, the screw can damage the channel. In this case, buy bars with internal screw.  Being pierced does not alter the quality of milk, and is not dangerous 
for the health of the baby or the mother. I strongly advise a woman NOT to breastfeed leaving the jewelry in place. The child could unscrew and swallow the balls. If the ball is likely to be discharged then without major concern, it can also cause considerable damage in case of "wrong way". Better to be cautious and remove jewelry.
No. 90% of post piercing risks (infection, abscesses, keloid, ...) can be cured in a few days with proper treatment, without removing the piercing. The big problems are the result of big negligence from the client.
We are the only persons who pierces, so I'm alone in the piercing room, no other person will be in this room except you and me, and the person you took with you if you did.  You can remove your veil in the practice room and put it on then once the act is performed. We have pierced veiled woman for years, we respect as much as possible people's beliefs. We accept all the outfits except the clothes that cover the face, for safety reasons.
A ring is generally not recommended for most first time piercings as it can impact and lengthen the healing process. While using a ring can be negotiable it may also incur an additional cost. Also remember you initial jewelry must allow for swelling so you are unlikely to get a neat cuffed look like most people desire as a larger ring must be used.
Not all cheap piercings are bad and not all expensive piercings are good. That's why it's important to ask questions, ensure the piercer is knowledgeable, and you know exactly what is included or excluded in the price. While price isn't the only determining factor it is important to remember that a higher price point allows your piercer to spend more time with you and offer more assistance. Charging less means more piercings need to be done to earn the same amount, so there are usually sacrifices made in either time, quality or jewelry.
When selecting a piercing studio, you should look for clean and well maintained internal fittings, prepackaged and sterilized jewelry, prepackaged and sterilized tools, disposable needles, and knowledgeable staff who can provide information about jewelry, piercings, and healing. In addition to this both the store and piercer should have the relevant certifications in Personal appearance and body services, and infection control standards and practices.
 
Healing duration: 2 - 4 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
 
 
Healing duration: 2 - 4 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
 
Healing duration: 2 - 4 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
Healing duration: 4 - 6 weeks
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
Healing duration: 4 - 8 weeks
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
Healing duration: 3-6 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
 
 
 
Healing duration: 2 - 4 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the outside of the piercing twice a day. Also gargle a small amount twice a day. These procedures should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
Healing duration: 3-6 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use the aftercare product and a cotton tip to clean the piercing at both entry points twice a day. 
This should be done for the first 3-4 months and then only as is needed until healed. This will ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
 
 
 
Healing duration: 3 - 5 months
Use the aftercare product your piercer recommends.
Use oral aftercare spray to wash internally three times per day after food. Also use external aftercare spray to clean the outside of the piercing three times per day.
These procedures should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.
Healing duration: 4 - 8 weeks
Use the recommended aftercare product (anti-bacterial liquid soap & saline solution).
During showering, rinse the piercing site with anti-bacterial liquid soap. After showering, bathe the piercing with saline solution. Repeat twice per day, making sure to use a cotton tip to remove any excess secretion. 
These procedures should be done for the duration of the healing time to ensure that your piercing looks great in the long term.