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Hottie Body Jewelry in Lancaster, California offers L.A. County Health Department registered body piercing for your safety!

Posted by Administrator on 11/5/2010 to Hottie News
Hottie Body Jewelry in Lancaster, California, is one of the very few shops in all of L.A. County that features Health Department registered staff for your safety! With over 30 years combined body art and medical experience, we are fully certified and registered with the Los Angeles County Health Department in body art. Hottie Body Jewelry urges you to always insist on seeing your body artist's documentation before you get anything done. If they cannot produce a body art technician permit (with serial number for verification) then they are not licensed and operating illegally. Many artists say they are certified, or have taken a Blood Borne Pathogen course, but taking the course is not the only requisite to obtaining a permit through the county health department. A body artist must be issued a permit (with permit number clearly written for verification and posted publicly in plain sight) to perform body art of any kind.  It is your right as a customer to insist to see all documentation from your body piercer or tattoo artist BEFORE you get pierced.  If you don't get your next body piercing from the body piercing specialists at Hottie Body Jewelry, at least save yourself from injury or infection and go to someone that is legally permitted to body pierce and has the documentation to prove it.

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1 Comments

Dane S.
Date: 11/21/2010 8:56:00 AM
Out of all the shops I've been to, and all the body artists I've known, this place is the cleanest, most professional and most CARING place I've ever been to. Not only did they really listen to what I wanted, but Robin carefully explained to me the entire procedure, showed me what she was going to use and explained exactly what was going to happen. No pressure, no attitude. I also asked to see her credentials and she showed me them, including her body art technician permit from the health dep

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