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Professional piercer and New Age Body Piercing Salon owner Noel Garcia discusses the ideal work environment for a piercer, ...
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How to Prepare to Administer a Piercing
On behalf of TVLesson.com this is Noel Garcia from New Age Piercing.
In this clip, we’re going to show you how to look at a pierce of how everything is prepared for to get a piercing. And how the location and piercing never should be, always be aware. Everything is always at the hand of the piercer by alcohol swab, our lubrication and the visual for each costumer, cups to rinse mouth, cue tips, corks, bandage, a tissue for softness to clean and always gloves that are big disposable for the piercer to be aware. Cleaning solution that when wash to clean pierce and everything and the tool they are always going to be on the counter and everything should be there.
Make sure that everything is ready for you than you say you have to go and come back in that kind of stuff. This is going to take longer. It’s going to make you mark nervous. He’s going to waste more time by then, you might not want to get the piercing they’re not clean. They’re not prepared. They’re not professional. Or maybe confuse, he was having a bad day.
But always be aware of the area with the piercer is that is clean or just try to look for some kind of certificate on the piercers that on the wall to be ready that they actually took a training in cleaning, in being sterile and of course diseases and all kinds of all shop classes that they give. To us, that would take it once a year to keep us intact. I’ve got a doctor, same thing. Once a year, we’ve got to take a class in how to be clean, and how to be ready, and how to be prepared in case something happens in the piercing studio.
In addition to all of this, it's always good to see that the piercer has actually individual package for you. This is a surgical loop and this is to insert the piercing, lubrication and these guys, once we use it, it gets thrown away. Our cups that we use for Listerine, once we use them, once they get done, they get thrown away just like nidus, just like everything else.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, thank you for watching.