Piercing

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Better to be sorry for the things you have done than to be sorry for the things you haven’t done…

WHY CHOOSE US?

SAFE, HYGIENIC & PROFESSIONAL.

Pictures of Lily provides safe, hygienic and professional body piercing from our studio in Biggleswade. We are fully Health Registered and with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere, you’ll feel completely at ease – whether it’s your first time or if you’re a seasoned pro.

Offering a wide variety of body piercings, including genital piercings and dermal implants, you’ll find the piercing you’re looking for here. We stock a comprehensive range of body jewellery to suit all needs and tastes – with free jewellery fitting if you buy it here.

Note: All jewellery, instruments and equipment that may be used will have been thoroughly sterilised before your appointment, and we can also use a topical anaesthetic during the procedure if requested to lessen the pain.

A THING OF BEAUTY BUT..

ALLOW US TO PUT YOUR MIND AT REST.

At the studio, we welcome people from all walks of life and all ages – although we won’t pierce anyone under the age of 18 unless accompanied by a parent (genital piercing 18+ only). Student discounts are also available with an NUS card.

Whether you want a piercing or a dermal implant we operate on an appointment system with priority given to those who have booked, but walk-ins are welcome.

If it’s the first time you’ve been to a body piercing studio, we appreciate that it might be a little daunting. We recommend that you make an initial appointment just to look around the studio, ask questions and put your mind at rest.

Numbing is available for most piercings, and we also have a female piercer should you require this for the more ‘mischievous’ piercings. More than anything, we pride ourselves in offer a friendly, discreet, and professional service.

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW?

A LITTLE MORE INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR PIERCING.

Body piercing is extremely safe when carried out by a trained professional, although it comes with a small risk of infection as you would expect.  In the case of infection, it’s actually unwise to remove the piercing, unless of course the infection is being caused by a reaction to the jewellery.  The last thing you want is for the hole to close up with the infection inside.  Furthermore, if you’re sick or unwell, postpone your appointment until your immune system is 100%.

Pain-wise, some piercings hurt more than others, depending on the area you want pierced, but the pain rarely lasts for more than a few moments.

The bottom line, when dealing with any body art is to ensure you visit a trained professional and ask about aftercare before you undergo any procedure.  A trained professional will have all of the information you need to put your mind at rest, in addition to the skill to do it right in the first place.