Nose Piercing

How much does a nose piercing cost?

nose piercing chart
nose piercing chart

Young people in particular like piercings as body jewelry. In this article, you will learn more about how nose piercing cost are determined and what to look out for when looking for a suitable piercer.

Piercings can be stung on most different parts of the body and exchanged at will. If you want to get a piercing, you will have to pay different costs depending on the part of the body.

Piercing prices depend on various factors

As the Association of Professional Piercers (VPP) informed our newspaper on request, the price for a piercing can start at 20 € including jewelry for an ear cartilage piercing. Depending on the studio, the cheapest piercing can start at €80, one can assume that prices in a reputable studio will vary between €60 and €95. Many years of experience can be classified as more expensive than the work of newcomers. Exact prices cannot be given, only a rough orientation can be given.

The price depends on the following factors:

  • Piercing studio – Each piercing studio sets its own prices
  • Piercer’s experience
  • Cost of Initial Jewelry (The piercing that will be used)
  • The piercing (time, disinfection, difficulty of the body part)
  • Care products for healing (prevention of inflammation)

In addition, there may also be costs for advice and additional medical care if the piercing should become infected or other complications arise. We have listed for you which costs you have to reckon with for which part of the body. The prices are a rough indication and serve as a guide.

How much does a belly button piercing cost?

A belly button piercing is very popular, especially among women. You have to reckon with a price of about 40 € upwards.

How much does an ear piercing cost?

Ear piercings are among the cheapest and usually start at around €20. Depending on the studio and the type of piercing (rook, tragus, helix, etc.), the costs can also be higher.

How much does a nose piercing cost?

The cost of a nose piercing starts at around €30. Depending on the part of the body, it can also be more expensive (nose, septum, bridge).

The cost of other piercings

The following costs can be incurred for piercings on other parts of the body:

  • Eyebrows: from around €40 to around €170
  • Genital piercing: from around €40 to around €170
  • Surface piercings: up to €90
  • Lip band piercing: from around €30
  • Nipple piercing: from around €40

How much does the first piercing change cost?

A piercing change is usually included in the price. This means that you do not have to pay anything for the effort. However, this can vary from studio to studio. Some piercers also charge a small amount of money for the cost of materials for the new piercing. However, if you choose a special piercing and not a standard piercing, you have to bear the material costs yourself.

In principle, it is possible to have piercings changed in the future in all piercing studios. If the piercing is from the studio itself, usually only the material price is charged. If you bring a piercing with you, there may be a small fee. This is usually around €5. However, always ask the piercer, as each studio sets its own prices.

How do I find a good and professional piercer?

There are several indicators of whether a piercing studio is working professionally or not. According to the different companies, you can recognize good and professional piercing studios by the following characteristics:

  • Consultation: Before the piercing or at the consultation appointment in general, the piercer should explain possible risks and complications as well as the piercing itself. The piercer should ask about allergies, chronic medical conditions, and medications. A consultation appointment is a MUST with a good piercer is documented in writing with a declaration of consent.
  • Hygiene of the piercer: The piercer should wear washable non-printed clothing. The bacteria cannot be removed at low washing temperatures. In addition, attention should be paid to free forearms, sterile gloves, or disposable gloves. In addition, loose hair, painted or false nails as well as rings and bracelets are a no-go due to the high risk of infection.
  • Hygiene of treatment rooms: All treatment rooms should be separated, and plants or decorations should not be present. In addition, a smoking ban should apply in the piercing studio. Animals are not allowed to enter.
  • Hygiene of materials and equipment: The work tools are either cleaned, disinfected, or sterilized after use or are packaged sterile. If in doubt, ask for the sterilization date, depending on storage, this is only 24 hours. The treatment table should be covered with disposable paper and changed after each customer.
  • Preliminary examination: During the preliminary examination, it should be clarified whether the desired area is anatomically possible or whether the area cannot be pierced. The piercer should have a basic anatomical understanding so that he can recognize nerve tracts, acupuncture points, and other important vessels and if in doubt, refuse the piercing.
  • Jewelry & Material: There are various materials that are used for initial jewelry. Let the piercer advise you on which one is best for you — cobalt and piercing studs containing nickel, for example, can trigger allergies (1).
  • Treatment: Ear-piercing guns should not be used. The sterile use of single-use materials is preferable. After the piercing, the piercer will explain to you about the subsequent care, what you should avoid and that you should come back for a check-up after a while.

At what age can you get pierced?

The different companies generally reject customers under the age of 14. Parental consent is required for minors over the age of 14. In addition, the parents should also be present at the first meeting and be informed about all the risks.

Attention – stay away from pricking yourself!

Getting piercings yourself may be cheaper, but the consequences can be serious. On the one hand, the necessary specialist knowledge is lacking, on the other hand, hygiene is usually lacking. Permanent damage, such as infections or even blood poisoning, cannot be ruled out. So rather go to the piercer and invest in a clean piercing.

Fake piercings – If you want to test them out

If you would like to have a piercing but the pain is too much for you or you just want to decorate your body with a piercing for a short period of time, there are also fake piercings that can be attached to the body and easily removed again.

They are also useful for testing whether or not you like yourself with a piercing.

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