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By using this site, you signify your agreement to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, do not use this site. Keen on Piercing may modify these Terms and Conditions at anytime. Keen on Piercing may change, move or delete portions of, or may add to, this web site from time to time.

All Body jewelry sold on Keen On Piercing is sold new (unused) and clean but should in no way it be assumed, unless otherwise specified on an individual item, to be sterile. Keen on Piercing will not be held liable for any harm or loss suffered by customers using our body jewelry incorrectly or without following appropriate safety procedures. For your own safety, please make sure to clean all new body jewelry fully with an approved cleaning agent prior to use and avoid changing your body jewelry if at anytime your piercing is infected, or if the jewelry broken or otherwise in less than perfect condition.

No products sold are designed to treat any medical conditions or any infections. This includes, but is not limited to, aftercare and any products that are listed as healing aids.

Keen on Piercing or it’s employees are not able to give any medical advice, any answers given to questions will be based on experience and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company.

All items are sold on the basis that the customer has sought advice from a medical or piercing professional or is qualified to select their own body jewelry. Keen on Piercing accepts no liability on the use or misuse of any products sold.

Any reviews on Keen on Piercing website are provided by customers who have purchased and used our products and are not necessarily representative of the views of Keen on Piercing.

Except where specifically stated, Keen on Piercing nor any of its directors, representatives or employees will be liable for any damages of any kind resulting from (but not limited to) the sale of product or any of the information provided.

All you need to know about Kids piercings

Kids piercings is a tradition that has been in many families for generations. It can be an event that many parents look forward to, however, the debate on when you should get your child’s ears pierced comes up time and time again. This guide will help answer some of the key questions you may have about piercing your children’s ears.

What is the appropriate age to get my child’s ears pierced?

It is more common for girls to get their ears pierced when they are young, and boys when they are slightly older. It can be an event that many parents look forward to, however age is no restriction at Keen on Piercing.

When choosing earrings, what metal is best?

You or your child may gravitate towards sparklier earrings, but when you first get your ears pierced it is recommended that you get Surgical Grade Steel or Titanium earrings and posts. Why? Because this metal doesn’t contain any nickel or alloys that may cause an allergic reaction. Allergies to nickel and cobalt are very common, so it is advised that you avoid earrings that contain these metals. 

Other than Surgical Grade Steel or Titanium, other safe options include 14Kt gold. It is important that you ask what the earrings are made of before causing unnecessary possible comfort to your child whilst wearing them.