Body Piercing

Body Piercing

Body piercing is done following the certain guidelines advised by the majority or piercing organisations.

If you are under the age of 16, we are only permitted to do earlobe piercings with parental consent. The minimum age for an ear lobe piercing is 6 months providing the child has had all the relevant inoculations.

If you are 16 or over and wish to have a piercing done on these premises then please be aware that we will require a form of ID, which is accepted by both our governing bodies. These are: Passport, drivers licence, provisional licence, birth certificate (with a photo card; oyster card, college card or Uni.card).

If you wish to have a genital piercing you must be over the age of 18 (our governing bodies have recommended that we also class nipple piercing as a genital piercing) If you look or are under the age of 21 you will be required to provide a suitable form of identification. Please do not be offended if we ask for your ID as it is a legal requirement to protect your safety and our livelihood.

We always advise that initial piercings are performed using surgical steel as this is a material used worldwide in the medical industry. If requested we do have titanium in stock, however we would advise you to call ahead if titanium is required due to our high customer flow.