Taki is a professional piercer and licensed nurse, is very patient and careful with each client. She takes the time to speak with each client to ensure the safety and comfortability of the life of your new piercing
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When placing jewelry in your body, metal quality is VERY important to consider!!
We only use ASTM F-136 Implant Grade Titanium and Gold
It’s nickel-free. Nickel is the most common contact allergen in the world, and it’s regularly found in jewelry for piercings. Titanium doesn’t contain any nickel, which makes it safe for people with sensitive skin or a nickel allergy.
It's not magnetic. When going in for surgeries, MRI, etc, you may be asked to remove your jewelry so it doesn't rip out of your body! Titanium jewelry is not magnetic, so your precious piercings don't have to be messed with!
It's internally threaded. Externally threaded jewelry has small threads exposed to your body as you slide your jewelry in and out of your body, almost like a small saw. Internally threaded jewelry has a smooth surface to slide through your piercing to avoid any extra aggravation.
It has a high strength-to-density ratio. In other words, titanium is considerably less dense than stainless steel and other metals, but just as strong (if not more so). This makes it durable and less likely to bend or break.
It’s lightweight. That low density we just talked about is what makes titanium jewelry lighter than those made with other metals.
It can be anodized. Titanium’s dark metallic color is cool as is. But unlike other stainless steel, you can get titanium in other colors. This is done through anodizing, an electrochemical process that changes the surface color while maintaining safety. Anodized jewelry should not change over time, as you've altered the chemical makeup, rather than "plated" with a colored coat.