Are Bodypiercer is fully trained, CERTIFIES DIPLOMAS S.A.P.A. and health registered. - offer all types of body piercing

- We operate strict ID rules and only use medical grade titanium body jewellery for all initial body piercings and single use sterile piercing needles, tools and jewellery. 

- Each piercing is performed in a hygienic private room, all jewellery, needles and tools are individually sterilised and packaged.

- High level of professionalism, cleanliness, aftercare support, expertise and customer service.

                      BODY PIERCING PRICE LIST

                                                                         Piercing prices include standard titanium jewellery.

Studex system method

Ear lobe piercing 15 Euro for 1

20 Euro for 2

Nose piercing 15 Euro

Needle method

Ear piercings

Lobe 20 Euro

Transverse lobe 30 Euro

Anti lobe 30 Euro

Helix  20 Euro

Forward helix  25 Euro

Industrial/scaffold  30 Euro

Snug  25 Euro

Orbital  25 Euro

Inner conch  25 Euro

Outer conch  25 Euro

Rook  25 Euro

Daith  30 Euro

Tragus  25 Euro

Surface tragus  35 Euro


Nostril  20 Euro

Septum  35 Euro

Bridge  35 Euro

Third eye  35 Euro


Monroe/Madonna  25 Euro

Angel bites  45 Euro

Medusa  30 Euro

Labret  25 Euro

Cyber bites  50 Euro

Vertical labret  30 Euro

Horizontal lip  30 Euro

Spider bites/ Snake bites  45 Euro

Dahlia  30 Euro for 1/   55 Euro for 2

Tongue  25 Euro

Smiley  30 Euro

Frowny  30 Euro

Tongue web  30 Euro

Side lip  25 Euro

Ashley  30 Euro


Eyebrow  20 Euro

Horizontal eyebrow  25 Euro

Anti – brow  25 Euro

Dimple  40 Euro for 1/ 70 Euro for 2 

Body piercing

Naval  30 - 35 Euro

Hand webbing  35 Euro

Dermal anchors 45 for 1/  80 for 2/ 

 105 for 3 Euro

Surface Piercings  25 + Euro

Over 18’s only!

Nipple 25 Euro for one

                          LEGAL AGE CONTROL



What To Expect

  • Initially, some bleeding, localized swelling, tenderness or bruising.
  • During healing: Some discoloration, itching, secretion of a whitish-yellow fluid (not pus) that will form crust on the jewelry. The tissue may tighten around the jewelry as it heals.
  • Once healed: The jewelry may not move freely in the piercing; DO NOT force it. If you fail to include cleaning your piercing as part of your daily hygiene routine, normal but smelly bodily secretions may accumulate.
  • A piercing  may seem healed before healing is complete. This is because piercings heal from the outside in, and although it feels healed the tissue remains fragile on the inside.
  • BE PATIENT, and keep cleaning throughout the entire healing period.
What To Do
  • WASH YOUR HANDS prior to touching the piercing; leave it alone except when cleaning. It is not necessary to rotate the jewelry while healing except possibly during cleaning.
  • Make sure that your jewelry and skin is free from any discharge before you attempt to move the jewelry. Irritation can occur when crusty matter is accidentally forced into thepiercing .
  • Stay healthy! Eat a nutritious diet. The healthier your lifestyle, the easier it will be for your piercing to heal. Exercise during healing is fine, just listen to your body.
  • Make sure your bedding is kept clean and changed regularly. Wear clean, comfortable, breathable clothing that protects your piercing while sleeping.
  • Showering is safer than taking a bath, because bathtubs tend to harbor bacteria. If you would like to take a bath, clean the tub well before each use.
Cleaning Solutions
Use the following solutions for cleaning  body piercings:
  • Packaged sterile sea salt solution with no additives (e.g. H2Ocean) OR non-iodized sea salt mixture: Dissolve 1/8 - 1/4 teaspoon of non-iodized (iodine-free) sea salt into one cup (8 oz) of warm distilled or bottled water. A stronger mixture is not better! Sea salt solution that is too strong can irritate thepiercing .
  • Liquid anti-microbial or germicidal soap, such as Provon.
Cleaning Instructions for Body  Piercings
  • WASH your hands thoroughly with anti-microbial or germicidal soap prior to cleaning, or touching on or near yourpiercing .
  • SEA SALT soak at least two to three times daily. If using H2Ocean, simply spray and let dry. If using sea salt mixture, invert a cup of warm sea salt solution over the area to form a vacuum for a few minutes. The longer you soak, the better. For certain placements, it may be easier to apply using fresh gauze or a cotton ball saturated in sea salt solution. A brief rinse will remove any residue.
  • SOAP no more than once or twice a day. While showering, lather up a pearl size drop of the soap to clean the jewelry and thepiercing . Leave the cleanser on the piercing no more than thirty seconds, then rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of the soap from the piercing.
  • DRY with disposable paper products such as gauze or tissues, because cloth towels can harbor bacteria and catch on new piercings causing injury. Pat gently to avoid trauma.
What To Avoid
  • Avoid undue trauma such as friction from clothing, excessive motion of the area, playing with the jewelry and vigorous cleaning. These activities can cause the formation of unsightly and uncomfortable scar tissue, migration, prolonged healing and other complications.
  • Avoid the use of alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, Betadine, Hibiclens or ointment.
  • Avoid over cleaning. This can delay your healing and irritate your piercing.
  • Avoid all oral contact, rough play, and contact with others' bodily fluids on or near your piercing during healing.
  • Avoid stress and recreational drug use including excessive caffeine, nicotine and alcohol.
  • Avoid submerging the piercing in bodies of water such as lakes, pools, jacuzzis, etc. Or protect your piercing using a special water-proof bandage such as Tegaderm, which is available at drug stores.
  • Avoid all beauty and personal care products on or around thepiercing  including cosmetics, lotions, sprays, etc.
  • Don't hang charms or any other object from your jewelry until the piercing is fully healed.
Hints and Tips
  • Unless there is a problem with the size, style, or material of the initial jewelry, leave it in place for the entire healing period. A qualified piercer should perform any necessary jewelry change that occurs during healing.
  • Contact your piercer if your jewelry must be temporarily removed (such as for a medical procedure). There are non-metallic jewelry alternatives.
  • Leave jewelry in at all times. Even old, well healed piercings can shrink and close in minutes after having been there for years! If removed re-insertion can be difficult or impossible.
  • With clean hands or paper product, be sure to regularly check the threaded ends on your jewelry for tightness.
  • Carry a clean spare ball in case of loss or breakage.
  • Should you decide you no longer want the piercing , seek professional help in the removal of the jewelry and continue cleaning the piercing until the hole closes. In most cases only a small indentation will remain.

Immediately contact your healthcare provider at any signs of abnormal swelling, inflammation, or infection. Do not remove your jewelry if you have signs of infection. The holes must remain open to prevent an abscess from forming.

For Particular Areas

  • A hard, vented eye patch (sold at pharmacies) can be applied under tight clothing (such as nylon stockings) or secured using a length of ace bandage around the body (to avoid irritation from adhesive). This can protect the area from restrictive clothing, excess irritation, and impact during physical activities such as contact sports.
Ear/Ear Cartilage and Facial
  • Use the t-shirt trick: dress your pillow in a large, clean t-shirt and turn it nightly; one clean t-shirt provides four clean surfaces for sleeping.
  • Maintain cleanliness of telephones, headphones, eyeglasses, helmets, hats and anything that contacts the pierced area.
  • Use caution when styling your hair and advise your stylist of a new or healing piercing.
  • The support of a tight cotton shirt or sports bra may provide protection and feel comfortable, especially for sleeping.
Tongue/Lip (Labret)/Cheek
  • Swelling will normally occur within the first 72 hours. It is important to drink lots of cold liquids and gently suck on ice to help minimize the swelling. Use ice 30 minutes on, 30 minutes off to help keep maximum blood flow.
  • Don't share plates, cups, or eating utensils with others. Replace your toothbrush and keep it clean during the healing period. Keep dirty fingers, pencils, sunglasses etc. out of your mouth.
  • Avoid excessive talking, playing with the jewelry and all oral sexual contact (including wet kissing) during the healing time.
  • Check that the threaded ends of the jewelry are on securely. Tighten them each day to ensure the jewelry stays in place.
  • Those with tongue piercings should be cautioned that playing with the jewelry excessively is frequently the cause of reported tooth and gum damage and should be avoided.
Estimated Healing Times
  • Earlobe 6-8 weeks
  • Ear Cartilage 4-12 months
  • Eyebrow 2-4 months
  • Nostril 2-8 months
  • Septum 6-8 months
  • Lip/Labret/Monroe 2-6 months
  • Tongue 3-6 months
  • Nipple 2-6 months
  • Navel 6-12 months