Our piercings are safe, simple and gentle. Claire’s ear piercing system requires no needles and are held to the highest hygiene standards. Our equipment is sanitized before and after every use and the instrument itself does not come into contact with the ear at any time.
Subsequently, why you shouldn’t get your ears pierced at Claire’s?
It turns out, piercing guns are unsanitary and apply too much force to the ear. Every Claire’s I’ve ever gone to uses one. You want to use a sterile needle which has been put through intense heat for cleaning purposes. If you were to put a piercing gun through such heat, it would melt.
One may also ask, are Claire’s employees trained to pierce ears?
Claire’s remains a popular destination for first-time piercings among children, parents and tweens, proudly boasting “100 million ears pierced & counting!” on its website with a gallery of famous teen clientele including JoJo Siwa and Jillian Shea Spaeder. All employees are trained to use the piercing gun.
Where is the safest place to get ears pierced?
Any piercing, no matter who administers it, is a risk. Shopping mall kiosks are generally safe places to get your ears pierced, but it’s still a risk. You can schedule an appointment to have your ears pierced by a dermatologist or other healthcare professional.
No, nothing Claire’s sells is high–quality. Your piercer can put in custom orders for you if their stock isn’t enough for you – alternatively, bodyartforms sells high–quality brands (but also some crap, so be careful – see the sticked post here for a list of reputable brands).
Does getting your ears pierced with a needle hurt more than a gun? No, you don’t hurt more with a needle because needles are very sharp and the best for body piercing. It doesn’t damage your skin and make healing easier and faster, while a gun damages your skin tissues and makes healing more lengthy and painful.
Most piercing guns aggressively force blunt ended studs through the tissue of your ears which is painful and unnatural, and can cause serious damage. This process simply forces the stud through your ear, wedging the jewelry between irritated and now-inflamed skin.
“Any time you puncture the skin, you open up the opportunity for infection, and because infants still have developing immune systems, I encourage parents to wait until their child is at least 6 months old to get her ears pierced,” says Wendy Sue Swanson, M.D., a Parents advisor and a pediatrician at Seattle Children’s …
Getting Pierced with a Needle
The process of using a needle to do a piercing in an area of the body other than the ear lobe is much safer, and our customers say, less painful than using a piercing gun.
The quick answer: A piercing needle is much better than a piercing gun, for many reasons. Needles are generally cleaner, more accurate, and less painful than guns. … Of course, there is risk with any piercing, but with proper technique and aftercare, most people can heal a new piercing with minimal complications.
As well as single, pair and multiple lobe piercings, we also offer the following services: Dual lobe piercing – Two ear piercing specialists pierce both ears simultaneously. This is a great option for young children or anyone feeling a little nervous. We recommend booking this service with your chosen store in advance.
Claire’s started offering ear piercing services in 1978, several years after both Inverness and Studex introduced their own versions of the piercing gun. Affordable ear piercing services? Sounds great!