The history of Dermal Anchors
While we know that a history lesson is not everyones cup of tea we believe that in order to do something well, it helps to understand where it came from
Licencing and other relevant legislation
Again, it may not excite you, but legislation is there whether you like it or not and we believe that even if it is not something you consider reading before bedtime, you should still be aware of it if it affects your business.
Health Risks & How to prevent them
Any industry that comes into contact with any form of bodily fluids should be aware of the health risks that walk hand in hand. This is especially important in the piercing industry since there is a risk (however small) of needle stick injuries and cross contamination.
Creating a safe, sterile and hygienic studio
Other than being a licencing requirement, this topic is essential for good working practice. We will cover whats required to get your studio piercing ready as well as covering everything you need to protect your clients. We will also discuss safe disposal of sharps and clinical waste.
Understanding the skin
We do afterall place needles and jewellery through the skin so it makes sense that there should be an understanding of whats below the surface and what effect we have on the skin by piercing it.
The body parts & their piercings
We will discuss the various body parts from head to toe that can be pierced and the various piercings that generally go with them
The tools used during the procedures
We will cover all of the tools and other things required to carry out a Dermal Anchor piercing as well as the standard jewellery that is used throughout the most common piercings