Gothic, Dark, Fantasy, Double, Exposure

With the development of antibiotic resistant diseases, such as Hepatitis C, the blame has been placed on unsafe tools used for body piercing and tattoos. Those who work in the market are mainly unregulated with no health checks conducted or, if they are, they’re so random that one can easily slip through unnoticed. In Australia the guide lines are that the consumer should ensure that the place of business looks clean as well as the artists.

Wow! How does that work when it comes to hidden germs and microbes? People get body piercings to all parts of their body, such as their genitals, nipples, and tongue. One would definitely need properly autoclaved and germ free tools to execute any process that invades the skin. Yes, body piercing is an operation and mostly done without surgical guidelines.

Just how clever is a teen at deciding whether or not a premise is clean and if the tools used are sterile?

The security lines are so vague that young people wouldn’t be interested in them unless they are of a higher intellect. In the latter case they probably wouldn’t be seen dead near such a place. The judgment for most are their friends who have had procedures done there and have survived.

The concealed side-effects of body piercing and tattoos are often not realised for some time. They can lead to more than infections as many suffer horrendous psychological problems when the art they thought they were becoming turns out to not be the same. Things can go wrong and some suffer from infections that can have a long time to heal.

While body piercing of genitals and nipples apparently raises sensations during stimulation the body is capable of doing in this way with no. If something is amiss in that area then a doctor may be the best person to consult rather than someone in a shop desirous of accepting your money.

The bottom line is that nobody piercing process is safe and anyone with a functioning brain should think about it well before subjecting themselves to it. Why risk the alternative. Can you hold a loaded gun to your head and pull the trigger? That’s about what it amounts to if you’re unlucky enough to select the wrong operator.