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Body Piercing After Care - £5.00

Jewellery Fitting Per Fitting - £3.00

Dermal Anchor Change - £5.00 

Dermal Removals - £15.00

Skin Diver Removals - £7.50

Genital Piercing Fitting - £5.00  

Heart BCR Fitting - £5.00




After every piercing we will get you to come back within 1-6 weeks to check up on your piercing and see how its healing. With most piercings you will receive a free bar change. You can either buy a different ball, BCR, horse shoe or bar and we will fit this for you free of charge. But you are also entitled to a bar change where we will shorten down the bar. If you have any problems with your piercing we are more then happy to help. 



All of Unikorns age requirements are shown on our website, We will only accept a verity of forms of ID. Which are:

Passport, Driving Licence/Provisional, CitzenCard, Age Entitlement Card, ONE-1D4U, Validate UK or....

A Parent/Guardian to sign Unikorns consent form.

If you are 16 and over then you do not need parental consent. And if you are under 16 you will need your parent or guardian to come in and fill out our consent form. 



Our piercers are dedicated to providing a sterile environment to carry out piercings. They are well trained on infection control and will always prioritise hygiene. This includes but is not limited to, single use needles, single use or thoroughly sterlised equiptment and tools, and pre-sterilised jewellery.

If you would like to know more about our cleaning and sterilising procedures, please ask one of our piercers. 

How to Care for your Piercing

-Using a sterile saline solution (0.9% sodium chloride, we recommend Neilmed Piercing Aftercare Fine mist) spray the front and back of your piercing, then dry off gently using the cool setting on a hairdyer or sterile gauze. Do this twice a day for around 3-6 weeks, then as and when needed after that. 

-Make sure your piercing is thoroughly dry after a bath or shower, and do not leave your hair wet around healing ear piercings.

-Swimming pools, the sea, hot tubs or any body of water that isn't a bath or shower MUST be avoided for at least the first 8 weeks after a piercing. If you are planning on going on holiday, we recommend waiting until you are back to get pierced.

-Do not touch your new piercing! Piercings do not need to be turned or moved. Fiddling or moving your piercing too much can cause a significant delay in healing.

-Downsizing your jewellery is important! Once the swelling around your piercing has subsided, it is crucial to get your bar changed to a shorter one. Failing to do so within your 'downsize window' can result in prolonged healing, your piercing developing irritation bumps or healing at an angle. There isn't a set time frame for this, so if you are unsure if your piercing is ready, please consult your piercer.


-Avoid sleeping on a new or not yet downsized piercing. We recommend the use of a travel pillow to help you sleep. 

If you have ANY issues, questions or concerns, please come and visit us in store for the best advice from our piercers. 


Why We don't Use Piercing Guns


Piercing guns are not sterile and cannot been sterilized. 
Microscopic particles of tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids will be present on the gun, and blood born pathogens can easily be passed from person to person this way.

-Piercing guns are extremely traumatic
on the body. They use a dull stud to rip through tissue.

cing guns are inaccurate. They can be loud and sudden, often causing the person being pierced to jerk back. 
This can result in the stud getting stuck half-way through, in which case it must be removed and then
re-cocked in the gun. 

-Butterfly back studs are very inappropriate for new piercings. They are commonly made of very low quality metals which can cause allergic reactions, a prolonged healing process or the piercing to never truly heal. They are always one size which can lead to embedding from leaving no room for swelling and anatomy being so different from peron to person.

-The best jewellery to put in a new piercing is internally threaded or threadless jewellery made from high quality metals such as implant grade Titanium, 14-18k gold, niobium, platinum and glass.


It is always advised to go to a professional piercer when you wish to get a piercing. Professional piercers use completely sterile hollow-point needles that are one-time-use only. Once you are pierced, the needle is disposed of in a bio-hazard container. Professional piercers provide a sterile environment for you to be pierced in, and also know the proper way to care for your piercing. The solutions given to you by stores that use piercing guns or hand pressure devices are extremely bad for your piercings, and can impede the healing process.

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