Old Soul Ink-Tegrity emphasizes quality artwork, a welcoming atmosphere, and a professional and sterile practice. We ensure our clients are comfortable, safe and get all their questions answered in regards to the tattoo process. We aspire to make your visions a reality, and offer custom or flash artwork with versatility in style and technique.

Styles include:

  • Blackwork
  • Japanese
  • American Traditional
  • Script
  • Other Custom Styles

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Tattoo Aftercare

  1. Keep your bandage on for a min of 4 hours or as long as specified by your artist.
  2. Take the bandage off and wash your tattoo with warm water and a mild soap. No scented or medicated soap. Wash your tattoo gently by hand. Do not scrub. Do not bathe or soak your tattoo for at least 2 weeks. Shower only.
  3. After washing, air dry.
  4. Repeat Step 2, washing your tattoo in the morning for the next two days gently by hand with antibacterial soap. Pat it dry.
  5. Do not lotion your tattoo until the 3rd day after you got it. This will give your tattoo a chance to heal naturally and form a scab. Keep your tattoo clean; do not let anyone touch your tattoo. Keep it away from anything harmful or dirty.
  6. On the 3rd day, start applying a small amount of lotion. ‘After Inked’ lotion is recommended, however unscented, plain, Lubriderm or Aveeno will do in a crunch. Do not listen to any “tattoo experts” out there! Only trust and listen to your Ink-Tegrity artist. When applying the lotion, start with a small amount, evenly applying it to your whole tattoo, until the lotion is absorbed and disappears. Apply the lotion 3 times a day (Morning, Noon, and Night) for the first week. On the second and third week, apply the lotion 5 times a day (Morning, Noon, and Night, and a couple of times in between).
  7. If for any reason you are experiencing any problems with your tattoo, please contact us. Sometimes taking a multivitamin, or Zinc will help boost your immune system and help counteract any reactions you may be having. If it is serious consult a physician immediately. Do not wait in either case.
  8. If touch ups are needed, you have 3 months after your tattoo is done to consult your artist about getting them done. Please meet and consult with your artist first, and then book an available time for the touch up to be done.
  9. After your tattoo is healed, protecting it from the sun and skin damage is key to long lasting colour. Apply sunscreen in the summer months, and moisturize.

Remember to keep your healing tattoo clean at all times!


  • Bathtubs
  • Saunas
  • Swimming pools
  • Jacuzzis

*Shower only, for the first 3 weeks


  • Pick your scab!
  • Let anyone touch your tattoo!
  • Listen to people who think they are experts!
  • Expose your tattoo to sunlight, or tanning beds for the first 3 weeks during healing.

*Applying sunscreen after it is healed will preserve the colour of your tattoo, during the summer months.

Thank you and enjoy your tattoo!


We are qualified to pierce more than 20 different piercings. We ensure safe, clean, and proper techniques while piercing our clients.


  • Lobe – $35 / 2 for $60
  • Cartilage – $50
  • Industrial – $50
  • Tragus – $50
  • Conch – $50
  • Rook – $50
  • Forward Helix – $50
  • Anti Tragus – $50
  • Daith – $50
  • Transverse – $50


  • Eyebrow – $50
  • Nose – $50
  • Lip – $50
  • Labret – $50
  • Monroe – $50
  • Medusa – $50
  • Madonna – $50
  • Septum – $50
  • Tongue – $50


  • Navel – $50
  • Nipple – $50 / nipple
  • Microdermal – $80
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Piercing Aftercare

The time required for a piercing to fully heal varies but in most cases the jewelry should remain and intact and undisturbed for approximately 4–6 weeks depending on the location of the piercing and your personal healing rate. If your piercing must be removed earlier for medical reasons have a trained professional conduct the procedure to ensure that you do not lose your piercing.

Proper cleaning and hygiene reduce the risk of infection from occurring but some common problems may arise if:

  • Your piercing is not completed in a sterile hygienic environment.
  • Dirty hands or saliva touching the piercing before it is healed.
  • Using improper cleansing solutions which may damage the piercing.
  • Using cheap unsterile jewelry.
  • Daily hygiene aftercare is not performed.
  • “Playing with” or touching  your jewellery before it is healed.

Please be advised that we at Ink-Tegrity Tattoo Studio are not physicians and if complications shall arise we advise that you seek medical care from your physician.


We suggest that you use a mild, fragrance-free liquid antibacterial/germicidal medicated soap and distilled water for cleansing. Try to avoid liquid soaps with the active ingredient Triclosan (Dial) which are more damaging to new skin cell formation and will affect the healing of your new piercing.


Sea salt soaks are highly recommended at least once a day to accelerate healing and reduce discomfort of your piercing. Dissolve 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt into one cup (8 ounces) of warm distilled water in a clean cup. The concentration of the seal salt solution is important, if the solution is too strong (too much salt) then it may burn your piercing and cause more harm than good and if the solution is too weak, you may not experience the benefits of the seal salt soak.

Soak a sterile gauze pad in the salt solution and apply to the pierced area for at least 10 minutes. Next rinse the piercing with distilled water and pat dry with a paper towel. This procedure should be done on a daily basis and additional soaks can be brief (a minute) followed by the rinse and pat dry.

Sea salt soaks help to promote air and blood circulation to aid in the healing process. We advise that sea salt soaks be completed before any sort of physical activity. The soak will prevent crusts that naturally form being pulled into the piercing as movement occurs.


Body piercings can require cleansing on a daily basis for the entire healing period. Do not over-clean, this may irritate your piercing and delay the healing process. If you can only clean your piercing daily, clean it at the end of your day and the frequency will depend on skin sensitivity, activity level and environmental factors.

Before cleansing your piercing ensure your hands are clean. Wash your hands thoroughly with a liquid antibacterial soap and warm water. Never touch your piercing with dirty hands; this is a common route leading to infection.

To prepare your piercing for cleansing rinse your piercing with warm water and be sure to gently remove any stubborn crusts using a cotton swab and warm water. Do not pick at the crusts with your fingernails, our fingernails house bacteria and although you’ve washed your hands you can never be too careful. Apply a small amount of your cleanser to your piercing area, cleanse your piercing area and jewellery, you do not need to rotate your jewellery for cleansing. Cleanse for a minute and then rinse the area with running luke warm water to completely remove all the cleanser from your piercing. Gently pat dry with a paper towel or gauze.

Remember to be patient with your piercing; everyone heals at a different rate so healing times will vary considerably. Remember to seek professional care from your physician if your piercing becomes infected, highly swollen and/or painful beyond the normal threshold. We at Ink-Tegrity Tattoo Studio are always available for support or advice regarding your new piercing.


  • Wash your hands prior to cleansing or contact with your piercing.
  • Leave your piercing alone for the healing process except for when cleansing.
  • Leave your starter jewelry in for the entire healing process. Jewelry should only be switched by a trained professional in a hygienic environment using sterile equipment.
  • If you must remove your piercing for medical purposes then contact your piercer. A microfilament nylon or non-metallic tool can be inserted until the jewelry can be reinserted.
  • Consider where you sleep! Make sure your bedding is clean and changed frequently.
  • Wear a comfortable, breathable fabric on the pierced area.
  • Opt for a shower over a bath for the sake of your piercing.
  • If your piercing becomes infected see your physician for treatment and leave your jewelry in to create drainage for the pus unless removal is advised by your physician. Removal of jewelry will cause the hole to close creating a pus filled abscess which will require drainage.
  • Living a stress-free, healthy lifestyle will help promote the healing of your piercing.


Bleeding, bruising, discolouration and/or swelling at the site of the piercing are not uncommon. For piercings above the neck area sleep with your head propped up to help reduce the amount of overnight swelling. Try to avoid or reduce the intake of acetaminophen containing pain relievers, alcohol and caffeine. For pain relief or reduction of swelling ibuprofen pain relievers are suggested.

Your piercing will be tender and cause some discomfort, this is not usual. You may feel stinging, burning and/or aching at the site of your piercing for several days.

During your healing process there may be some itching and fluid secretion consisting of blood plasma, lymphocytes (white blood cells) and dead cells. The fluid is fairly liquid and is a whitish-yellow colour. This fluid is what forms the crust on the jewellery at the piercing openings. Once healed your piercing may secrete a semi-solid white malodorous substance from the oil glands, this is normal and indicates healing of your piercing.

Remember that the healing process of a piercing may take anywhere form 3–6 months depending on the site of your piercing and is not considered seasoned until after a year. Tightness is normal and don’t expect your jewellery to sing freely, even after it is fully healed. Even though your piercing may look fully healed abide by these general guidelines to help ensure that your piercing remains intact and healthy.