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How should I prepare for my visit?

Before a piercing, we recommend having a light meal. If you're prone to light headedness, feel free to bring your favorite snack or sugary drink. The only thing you'll be required to bring is a state or government issued ID. Appointments aren't required but are suggested.

Do you pierce minors?

We currently pierce minors 3 and up with a legal custodian. If you are bringing a minor, make sure you have photo ID with matching last names. If your names don't currently match on your IDs, please bring in issued paperwork for name changes, or other government issued paperwork to prove legal custody. If your minor doesn't have state or government issued photo ID, a school ID and long form birth certificate will work in its place. Please click here to see our age/piercing breakdown.

Can I bring my own jewelry?

For your safety (and our insurance) no. Luna prides itself in only providing the safest piercings possible, and unfortunately we cannot guarantee the quality of outside products. We do have a large selection and try to cater to everyones style and budget!
You can, however, bring your own jewelry for insertion into a healed piercing, though we still can not guarantee quality and hold the right to refuse service at any time.
Our biggest jewelry providers are BVLA, Anatometal, Sleeping Goddess,

and other American jewelers!

How do I care for my piercing?
In short, we recommend clean hands and warm water in the shower once daily, with the only acceptable substitution being a sterile isotonic saline wound wash spray and avoiding touching the area, followed by downsizing your jewelry once your swelling goes down (your piercer will advise you on when the best time to come back for a check up is).
Before we pierce you, let us know if you have any lifestyle concerns you think may interfere with healing. See our full care guide here.

What is the Association of Professional Piercers?
"The Association of Professional Piercers (APP) is an international health and safety organization. It is a nonprofit voluntary alliance dedicated to the dissemination of information about body piercing. Governed by a voluntary elected Board of Directors, the APP is a united group of piercing professionals that freely shares information to help fellow members, piercers, health care professionals, legislators, health inspectors, and the general public get the best and most up-to-date information about body piercing."

Laura has been a member of the APP since 2017.

Luna seems a bit expensive...

We're providing something a bit different than what you would consider the standard tattoo parlor piercing. Luna has given a promise to you that we don't carry any externally threaded, plastic, or mystery metal jewelry. Instead, we offer piercings using aseptic technique, a full disposable piercing set up, quality implant grade materials and real precious metals & gemstones. From Swarovski Zirconia to diamonds and other precious gems, everything we carry we back 100% with lifetime warranties against any and all sorts of defects.

You won't find $20 piercings here; we believe you're worth more.


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