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  • How long will it take my piercing to heal?
    It typically takes about 1 year for a piercing to heal completely. After about 6 weeks of good aftercare you can change ear lobe piercings. You can change cartilage or inner ear piercings after 12 weeks.
  • Where do you travel?
    Locations within 30 miles of Walpole MA are included in your piercing package. Locations greater than 30 miles will be subject to a travel fee.
  • What is the youngest age you pierce?
    The youngest age I will pierce a child is 4 months old as long as they are up to date on all vaccines. This is for your infant's safety to minimize risk of infection.
  • What is your pricing?
    Private in home appointments: $195-$245 per piercing Pop Up or Studio Appointments: $150 per piercing Piercing Parties: 5 people or more $150/person
  • What is included in my piercing package?
    For each piercing you will get: -Travel to your home (travel over 30 miles of Walpole MA subject to additional fee) -1 pair of earrings or selected jewelry for single piercings -Numbing cream -Aftercare cleaning wipes or spray -Personalized Piercing Certificate
  • What jewelry options do you have?
    I only pierce with medical grade titanium or plastic, which is the safest on the market. I have a variety of shape sizes and colors for you to choose from!
  • What forms of payment do you take?
    I accept all major credit cards, venmo, or cash. Payment is due at the time of service.
  • Do you have a studio I can come to?
    Yes, my studio is located at 55 West Street, Walpole MA. Studio hours are Tuesdays from 5-9pm by appointment only.
  • Do you use a piercing gun?
    If your child is old enough to understand the piercing procedure and can consent to a hollow needle piercing I am happy to do that. However, for infants and children not old enough to sit completely still, I use a hand pressured piercing device. Most stud guns you find at the mall or Claire's DO NOT contain sterile loaded earrings and cannot be safely disinfected between clients. The device I use is single use and each set of earrings is completely sterile for your safety. For all other piercings such as cartilage, inner ear and noses I use sterile hollow needles and pierce using a cannula technique.
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