Body piercing is surely a painful procedure, but the artists at Phoenix Tat2 supplies are trained professionals aware of every safety measure they need to take before going through this procedure
The artists wash their hands with antibacterial soap to ensure no germs or bacteria are left before wearing a fresh pair of gloves.
The body area customer wants to get pierced (except for the tongue) is cleaned with alcohol and other antiseptics as part of our safety measures.
The artist will puncture your skin with a piercing gun for earrings or a very sharp needle (for one-time use only) for other parts of your body but not before removing needles and equipment from sterile containers
The artist will place the jewelry which would have already been sterilized.
After the body piercing is done, the artist will make sure that the needles that have been used in your piercing get disposed of to avoid any risk of it touching someone else. Next, you will receive instructions from one of the representatives of Phoenix Tat2 supplies on how to treat your new piercing and what to do if anything goes wrong.
We do several varieties of body piercings, ranging from the usual to the difficult-to-heal and the unusual. However, a few main body piercings types are as follows.
Our customers' ear piercings are the highest in-demand body piercings since they offer many different ear piercings. Most ear piercings heal rapidly and do not place a lot of strain on the immune system while they are healing.
Facial piercings are also quite popular since they come in various styles. Due to the good blood flow that your face receives, most facial piercings heal quickly. Facial piercings are one of the most visible piercings you may have, and they will be noticed right away.
The lip can theoretically be pierced anywhere on the mouth. However, the most common lip piercing is a labret piercing in the bottom lip's center. Lip piercings are both oral and facial piercings, requiring special care. Despite this, they usually heal quickly due to the mouth's strong blood supply
Oral piercings are placed in the mouth, the most popular of which is tongue piercing. Some people refer to lip piercings as "oral piercings," but they can also be considered a separate area. Since plentiful blood is supplied to the area, most oral piercings are quick to heal.
Piercings on the belly button and a wide selection of surface piercings are among the body surface piercings. Body piercings, on average, take a bit more care than ear or face piercings, but they heal quickly.
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