Body Piercing

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When it comes to piercing, Laura has a wealth of experience, taking great care along with extensive and rigorous training, a passion for design, and a commitment to delivering a comfortable bedside manner.

We encourage you to schedule a consultation with us to learn about piercing for your specific anatomy or ask questions about healing, sizing, or aftercare.

Laura takes piercing very seriously and safety is second to none. Hygiene is our top priority, implementing experience from the perioperative environment to ensure the highest standards are met.

We use sterile one-time use needles and nitrile gloves, alongside a thorough sterilization process.

Part of our piercing experience also includes detailed aftercare instructions so you will quickly and completely heal your new look.

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You will be provided with a free medical grade cleaning solution to take home. The solution is 3% hydrogen peroxide. It is safe, not harmful and does not sting.​

A 3% Hydrogen Peroxide solution kills germs, including most bacteria and viruses. 

It does this through oxidation, which means killing a cell’s wall. 


Clean your piercing until it is fully healed, which can take several months depending on the location of your piercing and your own body healing abilities.

Apply the cleaning solution up to 3 times a day by dropping 2 drops from the bottle or using a cotton bud. 

Moisture can cause irritation. Dry well afterward using a clean paper towel or using the cold setting on a hairdryer.


Be careful not to irritate your new piercing. This includes washing your hair, putting on or removing clothing, and sleeping on your fresh piercing.

When you shower, make sure all soaps or shampoos are cleaned off of the area thoroughly.

Expect build-up of dried matter on the piercing during the healing process, use warm water on a paper towel to reduce the build up.

Be careful when doing any strenuous exercise when healing a fresh body piercing, and we suggest avoiding wearing tight clothing for body piercings if you do exercise.

Do not remove your jewelry during its healing time as it can potentially introduce infection and potentially begin to close immediately.

We suggest you avoid swimming in chlorinated swimming pools or freshwater during the healing process.