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High-quality materials and body piercings

Piercing Process

We use sterile surgical grade steel equipment and single-use/pre-wrapped medical grade ‘cannula’ specialized needles. Surgical pure titanium jewelry is the only material we use. It is hypoallergenic, never mixed with other metals and the absolute best material for this purpose.

Specialized needle during the nose piercing procedure

Needles vs Guns

At our premises, we never use guns as they result in a crush injury rather than a piercing. In medical practice, the term for this type of injury is “blunt force trauma”. Furthermore, guns cannot be sterilized. Therefore, they may result in infections and health issues. We recently spoke to Her Campus magazine regarding this subject. Check it out for analytical information on needles vs guns.


This practice has a rich history, literally thousands of years. It is reversible too. If you don’t like it, you can always remove it. Above all, it is very important not to stress and stand confident before walking through the door. You are in safe hands. It only takes a few moments! There are certain things you can do to prepare your body for the procedure.  Follow our guide and you will have the best possible experience.

Article that we contributed to Her Campus explaining the difference between piercing needle and a piercing gun


(prices include VAT and titanium jewellery)


  • Lobe                       15€
  • Tragus                     20€
  • Snug                       20€
  • Conch                     20€
  • Daith                      20€
  • Forward Helix        20€
  • Flat                         20€
  • Helix                       20€
  • Rook                       20€


  • Nostril                     25€
  • Septum                   30€


  • Eyebrow                   30€
  • Medusa                    30€
  • Monroe                    30€
  • Labret                      30€
  • Eskimo                     30€


  • Nipple                     30€ 
  • Bellybutton            30€
female piercer, measuring and preparing the ear of a girl during the piercing process in Paphos, Cyprus


Congratulations on your new piercing and your new look! Getting pierced at the shop is only the first part of the process. Proper aftercare is critical to avoid complications and ensure smooth healing. Make sure to read our instructions on the best practices for your piercing, and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!

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