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Original “Flesh Wound Baby Doll” logo & animation by Trevor Brown.

Flesh Wound Body Piercing Studio at 253 Cuba Street, Wellington, has a long standing reputation for their exceptional standard of hygiene, professional technique, and knowledge.

The only studio in the lower-North Island that provides the arts of Piercing, Stretching, Cutting, Branding, Hook Suspensions, and Live Theatre Piercings.


 

At Flesh Wound we strive for excellence, and making your piercing experience as gentle and informed as possible. WE prepare your piercing  experience with a gentle tissue massage, this reduces resistance to the area and a slow deep breathing technique, that lets your body and mind  relax at the moment the piercing is made. We do not use or require any form of topical Numbing agent or Freeze spray, these products are not necessary or sterile and cause more discomfort and risk of  frost bite in the case of Freeze spray. Piercers who use numbing agents generally do so to cover up their poor and slow piercing skills.

After you’ve been pierced we ask you to add comments to our “Victims Book” which is full of positive comments from clients who minutes before were anxious or scared of the anticipated pain……which more often than not “Didn’t Hurt and Well Informed”.

Aftercare information is supplied with each piercing both verbally and with an Aftercare sheet. We also offer post-piercing assistance, and  like our clients to comeback a week or two later for a check up, or at any time should your healing be troublesome.

Jewellery & Needles

A wide range of jewellery is available, and only items made of safe materials are used, e.g. Surgical Steel, Titanium, Niobium, Bio Plast, PTFE, 14k and 18k Gold. Each individual is fitted with jewellery of the appropriate thickness and diameter or length suitable for their piercing.

We import our range of jewellery from England, USA and Indonesia. Our range includes, but is not limited to;

  • Ball closure rings
  • Labret studs
  • Smooth segment rings
  • Barbells
  • Circular barbells
  • Banana bells
  • Plain & jewelled navel bells
  • Microbars
  • Septum tusks, spikes & retainers
  • Niobium & titanium jewellery
  • Threaded spikes
  • Jewelled balls
  • Tongue attachments
  • Guiche weights
  • Earplugs & eyelets
  • Mono filament retainers
  • 18k gold jewellery
  • Titanium nostril screws
  • Nipple disks & shields

At Flesh Wound we use Needle Blades, not Canular Needles, as we find them faster and less traumatic than the plastic sleeve alternative. We always have a large stock on hand from 18ga, 16ga, 14ga, 12ga, 10ga, 8ga and 6ga.

Safety

Flesh Wound’s Vacuum Cycle Autoclave

Each needle is used on one piercing only and immediately disposed of in a medical sharps container.

All bio-hazardous waste is disposed of in a safe manner. Needles and Sharps are collected by Medical Waste Ltd.

Our sterilisation is done in-house. Firstly by soaking tools in a disinfectant, then cleaning in an Ultra Sonic Cleaner, then tools are sealed in autoclave tubing, and sterilised ready for storage.

All Jewellery is prepacked and sterilised, ready for installation in your new piercing.

Our Prestige Medical Autoclave is spore tested at least monthly to ensure 100% sterilisation is achieved.

Contact

253 Cuba Street, Wellington 6011
New Zealand
(04) 801 6532 or 027 423 4669
Tuesday - Thursday
11am - 6.30pm

Friday
11am - 7pm

Saturday
11am - 4.30pm

News

Flesh Wound / Intensive Care  - Circa 2010The mission is terminated

Age

You must be 16 years of age to get pierced, or 18 years of age for nipple or genital piercings, scarification, or branding.

In any case ID must be provided for verification.

Exceptions can be made if a parent or legal guardian is present.