About Custom Culture....
Custom Culture operates in various locations offering the latest in body piercing covering Plymouth and surrounding areas. Walk ins always welcome but also appointments can be booked by contacting the location where you want to go for your piercing, or via facebook!!
Bonnie & Clyde - Mutley Plain - Tuesday, Wednesday 11.30am - 4pm & Thursday, Friday 11.30am-7.30pm - WALK INS welcome!!
Pilmere - Saltash - Monday!!!!
(by appointment only)
.......more locations to be confirmed!!!
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Nic Palmer has been fully trained and qualified by The London Piercing Academy, specialising in Micro-dermal & Surface piercings, ALL piercings are done to the highest standard in a clean, hygienic environment to ensure 100% satisfaction.
Body piercing, a form of body modification, is the practice of puncturing or cutting a part of the human body, creating an opening in which jewellery may be worn. The word piercing can refer to the act or practice of body piercing, or to an opening in the body created by this act or practice.
Micro dermal is a form of body modification, they consist of an object placed partially below and partially above the skin. The skin is then lifted and the implant is passed through. It is generally done in two parts. First, the base is inserted the same way a single-part would be, except that the base implant is threaded. It may either stick out like a bolt, or be inward like a nut. When this is done, the top half is screwed on. In any case, the part of the implant which passes under the skin has holes. The skin will grow into them, making it more permanent.
Surface and Small Surface
Surface piercings are any body piercings that take place on the surface where the piercing canal transverses a surface flap of skin, rather than running completely through a piece of body tissue from one side to another. A surface bar follows the plane of skin, while a standard piercing is pierced through the plane. Sometimes surface piercings are difficult to heal, because, as the body rejects the body jewelry as a foreign object, causing the piercing to grow out (rejection), Proper placement and jewelry selection by an experienced body piercer can help alleviate this problem.