April 27th, 2010
I just saw a recent review on Google Books that just about made me blush:
To call this book "the definitive guide" is an understatement. This book shall remain the definitive guide for the next hundred years. As a piercee and a piercer I can say with honesty that there is nothing that I know that isn't in this book. Against it's intended use, this book is an invaluable tool for any body piercer to further hone their skills and gain a better understanding of many details that commonly get ignored in the industry.
Everyone considering a body piercing should read this book. Knowledge is power, and knowing better what to expect when walking into a piercing studio will ensure a quality piercing that you can enjoy for the rest of your life. The savvy acquired from reading this book will help you recognize good, clean studios from sub par, inexperienced ones, which could potentially save your life.
April 24th, 2010
Health inspectors in Ontario, Canada purchased 14 copies of The Piercing Bible (through the Association of Professional Piercers) to assist them in regulating body piercing in that province. Upon receiving the package, the health inspector who placed the order sent this message:
Our medical officer of health requires us to use evidence informed decision making.
This is a good thing. We ask a lot of questions and strive to make the right decision.
The Piercing Bible will go a long way to help us educate ourselves.
The pamphlets are very nice too.
April 13th, 2010
I just received a brief message about tongue piercing:
A few days ago I got my tongue pierced and I am still very swollen. What can I do for that?
Thank you, Liz
April 12th, 2010
I received this message today:
Can you tell me the grade of steel I want to purchase for changing my PA? Can you also recommend a site where I can get good quality jewlery?
Also, I just went from a 4 to a 2. It is unusual for there to be a little bleeding. It was very little for a very short period of time.
Any of the materials sold here at Body Circle Designs are excellent: http://www.bodycircle.com/
April 7th, 2010
I first received an email from this client in October of 2008. She was seeking a referral to a local piercer to get a horizontal clitoral hood piercing. But after speaking to me, she decided to wait until I visited California. I finally did her HCH piercing in the Spring of 20099, and now she wrote me again in April of 2010:
Just wanted to tell you that it has been almost a year now since I came to Long Beach to have my piercing done by you and I'm loving it. It healed with no problems, I'm getting ready to experiment with new jewelry now.
My main reason for this e-mail is to tell you that I am thoroughly enjoying my piercing and I thank youso much, I feel very lucky to have had you for my piercer.
You're an angel.
I'm so glad to hear that you had an uneventful healing period and that you're enjoying your piercing! I really appreciate you letting me know. It is much more common that people take the time to write a a letter when they have a complaint rather than a compliment, so thanks very much for taking the time to share your positive feedback. Enjoy!