(Deutsch) Glory Hole Body Piercing – FAQ

Häufig gestellte Fragen und Dinge…
Q – “Wie alt muss man sein muss, um ein Piercing  zu bekommen?”

A -Hier ist der Deal …

Sollten Sie zwischen 16 und 18 Jahren alt sein, muss mindestens ein Erziehungsberechtigter beim Piercen anwesend sein. Wir brauchen den Ausweis des Kindes, sowie den Ausweis des Erziehungsberechtigten.

Im Alter von 14 bis 16 Jahren können Sie sich piercen lassen, wenn wir das Einverständnis beider Erziehungsberechtigter bekommen.
Ein Erziehungsberechtigter muss zum Piercen anwesen sein, der zweite Erziehungsberechtigte muss den Vertrag ausfüllen!
In diesem Fall brauchen wir den Personalausweis oder Führerschein von beiden Erziehungsberechtigten und den Ausweis des Kindes.
Sollte ein zweiter Erziehungsberechtigter aus nicht answesend sein können (Scheidung, Todesfall, etc.), brauchen wir einen amtlichen Nachweis über das alleinige Sorgerecht des Erziehungsberechtigten, des Todes..

Als Ausweise können alle amtlich beglaubigten Ausweisdokumente akzeptiert werden, diese sind Personalausweis, Kinderausweis, Reisepass oder Führerschein. Natürlich können wir auch vorläufige Dokumente akzeptieren.
Ein Schülerausweis oder eine Krankenkassenkarte reichen leider nicht aus.

Wichtig ist für, dass auf den Ausweisen die Namen und die Adressen übereinstimmen. Sollte dieses nicht der Fall sein, brauchen wir zum Beispiel eine Geburtsurkunde oder ein ähnliches Dokument, welches eine Namensänderung erklärt.

** Kinder müssen mindestens 5 Jahre alt sein für Ohrlöcher. **

** Sie  müssen unbedingt 18 Jahre oder älter sein, um Hautanker/Oberflächenpiercings, Brustwarze oder Intimpiercings zu erhalten! Keine Ausnahmen. **

** Sie müssen mindestens 14 Jahre oder älter sein, um Standard Piercings zu erhalten! Keine Ausnahmen **

Q – “Wie kostet ein Piercings?”

A – Ein normales Piercing (wie Helix, Zunge..) kostet inkl. Schmuck 40€, Intimpiercing inkl. Schmuck kostet 50€. Ab dem zweiten Piercing gibt es pro Piercing 5€ Rabatt.

Q – “Verkauft Ihr Tunnel?”

A – Technisch nicht. Wir verkaufen Schmuck.’Tunnel’ bezieht sich auf die Größe des Piercings Schmuck. Lern die Sprache und seihen Sie der coolste von all Ihren Freunden.

Q – “Warum ist Ihr Schmuck so teuer?”

A – Es ist nichts für das, was Sie bekommen. Wir sind sehr gewissenhaft über den Schmuck, den wir verkaufen und stechen. Wir verkaufen keinen Modeschmuck.

Q – “Was empfehlt Ihr, wie ich mein Piercing pflegen soll?”

A – Eine aufschlussreiche Erläuterung finden Sie hier.!

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[LIST] Piercings I Want

I made a list like this a few years ago and I thought I would do a new, updated list.

I want to get all of those Piercings till this year ends! #GOALS

Of course I will pierce all of them myself! 🙂

If I should blog about any of those just say it! 😉

Facial/Nose/Mouth:

  • Septum
  • Nostrils (one each site)
  • Canine Bites (Angel Bites + Snake Bites)
    Likes | Tumblr
  • Maybe Sharkbites (four labret piercings)
  • Cheeks
  • Maybe Dahlia?
  • One Tongue Piercing or Two (Venom Bites)
  • Tongue Web
    soit le maître de ton corps! Who else can know unless you show;)
  • Smiley

Ears:

  • Gauges (12mm each site)
    ..
  • Lobes/Helixs
    tragus on Tumblr
  • 3 forward Helix
    Perfectly Unperfect.
  • Snug
  • Conch
  • Daith
  • Tragus
  • Anti-Tragus
  • Rook

Others:

  • Belly Button
  • Maybe a second belly button
  • Nipples
  • Surfaces(hips, collarbones, neck..)
  • Anchors (Back Dimples?)
  • Vertical Clitoral Hood

Crazy Factory Jewelry Haul! (December)

It’s sad how I always forget to post what I buy on my blog! I normally just post everything on my snapchat (@DiinaDaring).
I just found those pictures on my cloud.
I bought this stuff in December from Crazy Factory.

I love Crazy Factory and I love (Piercing) Jewelry! :3

Those photos are taken with my iPhone, I hope they are still okay :3

I will try to post more stuff I bought! 🙂

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General Piercing Aftercare

A frequent thing I am asked is “how should I clean my piercing?” and “what should I do to take care of my piercing” etc. So, here is where you will find general information on caring for your piercing. 

GENERAL PIERCING INFORMATION(This applies to all piercings and should always be followed).

  • Never touch or play with a healing piercing with unwashed hands and fingers. Hygiene is most important in preventing infections.
  • It is easiest to wash the piercing in the shower twice daily. To do this stand with the new piercing in the flow of the water for a few minutes until any dry build up around the area has softened, then using clean hands or a cotton bud dislodge any dry build up from around the piercing taking care not to push any into the piercing as it may damage the newly formed skin inside.
  • After showering apply the after care product as advised by your piercer. Apply the product directly onto the piercing. If you are allergic to aftercare products, do not have any or want a better alternative try a saline solution. (Saline Solution Recipe is listed below).
  • Do not soak your piercing.
  • Do not attempt to rotate or turn your piercing.

NEVER DO THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR PIERCING

  • Do not use the following to clean you piercing: Methylated Spirits, Dettol, Bleach, Contact Lens Solution, Betadine, Alcohol, Kitchen Table Salt or ANY other chemicals as all of these will burn your piercing and will ruin it.
  • Do not apply fake tan or makeup over fresh piercing sites.
  • Do not apply antiseptic creams to piercings.
  • Never touch the piercing with unsterilised fingers and hands.
  • Do not turn or rotate your piercing.
  • Do not aggravate the piercing site with clothing (eg: tight pants on a hip piercing or a navel piercing).
  • Forget to cover your piercing before going into chlorine pools before it has healed. (Patch/cover the piercing with waterproof and water tight patches).

SALINE SOLUTION RECIPE

  • Mix 2 teaspoons of rock salt or sea salt (not ordinary table salt) into 1L of boiled water. Store in a lidded container (wash this container out first using boiling water) or for a smaller amount ½ teaspoon of rock/sea salt into 1 cup (250mls) of boiled water.
  • Renew the solution every 3 days.
  • Apply twice daily after washing hands or showering.
  • Dry the area thoroughly after cleaning.
  • Use saline solution only to this specific formula because if the solution is too strong it may dry and burn your skin and cause the piercing to be ruined.
  • If you are lazy you can also use something like H2Ocean. It’s only salt water!

MICRODERMALS, SKIN DIVERS & SURFACE PIERCINGS

  • Do not change the dermal top or the balls on the barbell of a surface piercing until at least 3 months after having it done to allow sufficient time for healing.
  • Never attempt to rotate a dermal or skin diver.
  • For the first 3 months at night keep your piercing covered/patched whilst sleeping or when doing any physical activity to avoid sweat coming in contact with the piercing and also patching should be done to keep the piercing flush with the skin.
  • When swimming piercing must be covered with a waterproof patch but it is advisable that you do not swim in chlorinated water until your piercing is healed.
  • When removing patches please make sure you remove them slowly. There may be dry build up over the piercing site an if you pull the patch too quickly you will increase the chances of pulling and distorting the piercing site.

ORAL PIERCINGS(Labret, Monroe, Medusa, Lip, Cheek etc)

  • Because this piercing is on both the inside and outside of your mouth you must clean both sides 2 separate ways.
  • To clean the inside of your mouth use a saline solution. Also rinse your mouth with a saline solution any time after you eat, drink or even smoke for 8 weeks after getting pierced.
  • To clean the outside of your mouth you must apply an aftercare product as advised by your piercer. Continue applying this product twice daily for 6-8 weeks after getting pierced.
  • You will have a longer bar or larger ring placed in your piercing than what may appear to be needed, this is to allow for any swelling that might occur. THIS WILL NEED TO BE CHANGED for a shorter bar or smaller ring after 2-4 weeks of getting pierced. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you return to your piercer to purchase the smaller/shorter jewellery as leaving the larger original jewellery in unnecessarily can damage teeth and gums.
  • To further assist your healing it is best to avoid drinking alcohol and/or smoking during the first 2 months of healing.

TONGUE AND INSIDE MOUTH PIERCINGS(Smiley, Frowny, Webbing etc)

  • During the first 24 hours keep the inside environment of your mouth cold by sucking ice, sipping cold drinks and eating soft, cool, non-spicey foods as this will help reduce the swelling.
  • You must rinse your mouth with an aftercare product (as advised by your piercer) anytime after you eat, drink or smoke for 8 weeks.
  • A longer bar is placed in your piercing to start with to allow for any potential swelling that might occur. This will need to be changed to a shorter bar after 2-4 weeks. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you return to your piercer to purchase the smaller/shorter jewellery as leaving the larger original jewellery in unnecessarily can damage teeth and gums.
  • To further assist your healing it is best to avoid drinking alcohol and/or smoking during the first 2 months of healing.

How to: Find a Good Piercing Studio.

We get a lot of questions asking, ‘how do I know this piercing place is good?’ ‘how do I know I can trust them?’ and so on and so forth. The reality is that it can be a tricky process to find your soul mate studio.

There are two ways of going about this. The relatively easy one for those in the US, and the one that a lot more people have to work though.

Method number one: The APP method. The APP stands for Association of Professional Piercers, we talk about them a lot, well, because they’re gosh darn awesome! Now, not only is their website a bountiful treasure chest of interest and information, but they also have a handy shop finder. What’s so good about an APP shop, you ask? Well, all members have to go through a rigorous testing process to ensure they meet the APP’s high standards, be totally compliant with local governing laws, and practice safely. So, by using the APP’s local shop finder, you can find an excellent and well trusted modification shop.

Head to http://www.safepiercing.org/locate-a-member/ and enter your ZIP or postal code, and the local shops to you will pop up!

Now, the main issue for me is that there’s not one single APP registered studio in the UK. There’s basically very very few anywhere outside of the US. So where does this leave us? Or those who can’t travel 100~ miles to the closest APP shop?

I thought I’d come up with a checklist to help us find a good, reputable shop for all our piercing and jewellery needs.

Piercer, Pricing, Portfolio, Pressure, Shop and Sense.

These six things should hopefully cover everything you need to see, know and feel about a shop before committing yourself to get a piercing there. Let’s start off.

Piercer: Go in and meet the piercer. Do they have a friendly yet professional demeanour? Are they dressed appropriately? This means non-restrictive clothing with no silly frills and such that would get in the way. Does the piercer seem comfortable with any question you throw at him/her? Are they knowledgeable? Don’t be afraid to ask about aftercare and their preferred piercing methods. Is the piercer fully licensed to practice with the relevant certificates displayed? Do they look at home and are they respected by other staff members? Are they confident? If you can answer yes to all of these, then the piercer is probably a good person.

Pricing: Is the pricing reasonable? How do they price? A one-off all inclusive price or a price for the basic piercing and then add on for jewellery? Is the price really cheap, so cheap they probably aren’t making a profit? Are you comfortable paying what they’re asking? Pricing is important when running a shop. Too cheap, and that can set off alarm bells, and if it’s totally out of your price range, ask if they pierce with basic titanium jewellery.

Portfolio: There should be a diverse mix of piercings, from all over the body, displayed neatly in a book or on the walls. They should show a full range of healing, fresh and fully healed piercings. If they want to display 18+ piercings, are they in a separate book? If you’re unsure or worried about a portfolio piece, ask the piercer. Why did they decide to use this jewellery instead of another kind? If you see any huge red lights (like straight piercings in a surface bar), ask them about it. If they make up some form of rubbishy excuse, that’s probably the time to leave.

Pressure: Do you feel under pressure from the people in the shop to get something done then and there, did they pester you to buy something? Were they friendly? Ask yourself if you felt comfortable in the shop.

Shop: This one’s really quite important. What does the shop look like? Is it neat and tidy? Merchandise kept behind glass casing? If there’s any clothing or other merchandise, is it well organised? Is the shop floor totally clean? Fire exits marked clearly? No rubbish lying about? Hygiene and local licenses displayed? Does the shop have an autoclave? Ultra sonic cleaner? Do they use one use needles? Brand new jewellery? Autoclaveable clamps? Are the staff friendly? Once again, is everything clean, neat, tidy and well turned out? Basically, you need to ask yourself: Is this shop spotless? Spotless with everything, ethics, staff turnout, the floor, jewellery organisation and everything. Are you happy with how everything is? Make sure you are!

Sense: This is basically the most important one here. Your common sense and judgement. Even if everything ticks all the boxes and you still don’t feel right about it, then trust your instincts. If someone felt a little off, something didn’t feel great, then trust what your heart says.

Sometimes it takes a while to find a shop you’re happy with. Sometimes the right shop for you will be the wrong shop for someone else. I hope this guide will hopefully help someone else in the future!

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