Body Piercing Menu





Includes Surgical Steel Jewellery                 $45
(does not include dermal, surface or industrial piercing)
If jewellery is not purchased at New Image an additional $10 will be charged for sterilisation

Includes standard surgical steel jewellery     $80

Hinged Ring                                             $10+
Jewel                                                  $5 each
Titanium                                                   $20

Includes standard surgical steel jewellery     $80
Includes jewelled piece                              $100

Includes sealed sterile studs                  $29.95+


We have an extensive range of body piercing jewellery available in a range of metals including surgical steel, titanium, black, rose gold and gold. A custom made jewellery service is available and all jewellery is guaranteed.


  • Ear Lobe
  • Top Ear Cartilage
  • Tragus
  • Nose
  • Labret
  • Navel
  • Industrial
  • Anchor (Dermal)
  • Rook
  • Conch
  • Eyebrow
  • Tongue
  • Beauty Spot
  • Nipple
  • Surface


This is a guide only as healing time is determined by a number of factors. Each body is unique and healing times vary considerably. Healing takes approximatley 6-8 weeks.

Oral piercing
  • Rinse mouth out regularly morning and night and after meals for the first week
  • Sip cold drinks, eat soft non-spicy food
  • Maintain good oral hygiene
  • Avoid mouthwash containing alcohol, aspirin and large amounts of caffeine
  • Avoid alcohol and drug use
  • Ensure the barbell is the correct length and not embedding in the soft tissue
Nose piercing
  • Apply a dry and breathable bandaid over the piercing for the first week to secure the jewellery until the sight firms up
Nipple piercing
  • The support of a tight cotton shirt or sports bra may provide protection and feel comfortable, especially for sleeping
Dermal piercing
  • Apply a dry and breathable bandaid over the implant for the first 2 weeks and change twice daily.



Wash your hands thoroughly prior to cleaning or touching your piercing. Clean piercing once or twice daily. Over cleaning piercing can delay healing. Spray New Image Piercing solution onto the piercing site twice daily. Use a mild saline solution - dissolve half a teaspoon of raw cooking salty, sea or rock salt into one cup of boiled water and let it cool. DO NOT make solution stronger. Renew solution daily. Gently pat dry. Avoid Betadine, Hibiciens, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide or harsh soaps as these can damage cells. Ointments can prevent air circulation


Check that you can see both entry and exit jewellery sitting ABOVE the skin. If any part of the jewellery is sinking into the flesh, come into New Image Salon or see your doctor immediatley. Contact New Image immediatey if swelling creates pressure.

All piercings especially ORAL require you to regularly check threaded ends on your jewellery for tightness ("Right-tight, left-loose"). Do not remove jewellery until the piercing is completely healed, unless there is a problem. Initially there may be some bleeding, localised swelling, tenderness or bruising. The tissue may tighten around the jewellery as it heals. Piercings heal from the outside in and the inside tissue remains fragile.

If bleeding occurs apply pressure and see your doctor. Healed piercings can shrink or close, regardless of how old they are. Do not leave piercing empty. Avoid friction from clothing and excessive movement/playing with the jewellery. if the area around your piercing is hot or itchy, you may be having a metal reaction.

Avoid oral contact, rough play and contact with other bodily fluids on or near your piercing during healing. Change bedding regularly. Wear clean, comfortable, breathable clothing that protects your piercing.

Stress and recreational drug use, including excessive caffeine, nicotine and alcohol should be avoided. Exercise during healing is fine, listen to your body. Do not submerge piercing in unhygienic bodies of water such as lakes, pools, hot tubs etc. Do not use beauty and personal care products on or around the piercing. Seek medical help immediately if you are concerned about your piercing.