If you’re talking about coming into my studio we could accept an original school photo ID along with an original birth certificate. Other than that if your passport is old enough to be expired we won’t accept it, since you’re probably 8 in the picture.
If you’re asking to go to another studio you would want to check with them, different places have different restrictions.
Double tragus by Ryan Ouellette. Precision Body Arts in Nashua, New Hampshire.
This is basically how I snack at night
I really love this piece of jewelry. It’s the “Indian wheel” by Body Vision in rose gold with a genuine pearl. Tragus piercing by Ryan Ouellette. Precision Body Arts in Nashua, New Hampshire.
You don’t necessarily want to be thinking in terms of just harsh chemical soaks. I used to use a few different chemical baths as well but found they were too harsh and that it was difficult to transport the liquid from my piercing room to the sterilization room.
A few years ago I switched over to an enzyme prep foam. It actually works much better than soaks. You keep a spray bottle next to your contaminated tool container and spray down your tools after a procedure. The liquid dispenses as a foam and immediately begins to break down bio-burden, then the foam dissipates so you don’t have a bunch of liquid sloshing around when you transport the container. A good quality enzyme spray will also be anti-corrosive so you won’t be ruining your tools.
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