These are service fees ONLY. Jewelry is not included. There is a large variety of different stone and gem settings for you to chose from. Options typically start around $35-$40 with more decorative and fancy options available.
There is an additional $10 fee for any piercings on anyone under 18 due to extra documentation required.
Lobe – up to 12G – $20
2 Lobes up to 12G – $35
Lobe 10G and up – $40
7-9 year old ear lobe piecings – $60
Helix / Rim – $30
Forward Helix – $35
Rook – $30
Tragus – $30
Anti-Tragus – $30
Conch – $30
Faux Snug (conch and helix) – $55
Daith – $35
Transverse Lobe – $35
Orbital – $50
Industrial – $50+
1 Microdermal – $40
2 Microdermals – $75
3 Microdermals – $110
Vertical Hood – $60
Horizontal Hood – $60
Inner Labia – $60
Outer Labia – $60
Pubic / Christina – $60
$10 per pair of lobes or per piercing we are reopening
Complimentary if pierced here, $10 if pierced elsewhere
Eyebrow – $30
Septum – $35
Nostril – $30
Earl (Bridge) – $40
Tongue – $40
Lip – $30
2 Lips – $55
Labret – $35
Beauty Mark – $40
Philtrum – $40
Smiley – $35
Nipple – $40
Both Nipples – $75
Navel – $30
Surface Piercing – $45
Prince Albert – $60
Reverse Prince Albert – $60
Dydoe – $60
Double Dydoe – $115
Frenum / Lowrum – $60.
Apadravya – $60
Ampallang – $60
Jewelry changes, insertions, and removals
Complimentary if jewelry was purchased here, $5 if jewelry was purchased elsewhere.
*Jewelry inserted at Leviticus must meet our quality standards, be scratch free and the appropriate size for the piercing site. The only way we can give you a definitive answer to weather or not your jewelry can be inserted by us is by seeing the piece of jewelry and your anatomy.
Complimentary check ups are encouraged. Downsizing (inserting a smaller post once healed) is crucial to maintaining a happy and healthy piercing. In this case the client pays for the jewelry inserted. The service fee is on us!
Cleaning Instructions for Body Piercings
Keep the new piercing clean, dry and do not touch.
Wash your hands thoroughly. Spray entrance and exit holes with Neil Med wound wash saline solution (.9% sterile saline) 2 times daily.
Wipe away any discharge and/or debris from the jewelry with a non-woven gauze or q-tip saturated with saline.
Dry the piercing after cleaning. A fan or hairdryer on the cool setting is ideal. You may also fan the new piercing with your hand to dry it.
A clean pillowcase or t-shirt over your pillow is recommended for ear and facial piercings, as well as clean bedding to minimize exposure to germs.
Continue to clean the piercing through the entire healing process. Piercings heal from the outside, in. Although it may seem healed the tissue inside remains fragile.
Return for the downsize as ill fitting jewelry can irritate a piercing and/or shift the piercing channel.
Please consult a health care professional at the first sign of infection.
what to avoid
Avoid touching your piercing. This causes contamination resulting in irritation or infection.
Do not remove your jewelry during the healing process unless instructed by a medical professional.
Avoid applying make-up, soap, facial cleanser, or any other cosmetics on or near the piercing site.
Do not use harsh chemicals, ointments (Bacitracin/Neosporin), or “natural” aftercare products such as tea tree oil or chamomile.
Do not leave wet hair down on your piercing while healing.
Avoid swimming or submerging the piercing site for 2-4 months.
Do not touch, twist or turn jewelry while healing.
oral piercing specifics
Rinse a new oral piercing with water any time you eat, drink, or smoke.
Drink plenty of filtered cold or ice water. This can help alleviate swelling.
Use a new toothbrush and natural toothpaste that doesn’t contain sodium lauryl sulfate.
Elevate your head with an extra pillow while sleeping to help reduce swelling.
Avoid alcohol, spicy and salty foods and foods hot in temperature during the healing process.
Avoid harsh products containing alcohol such as Listerine, this kills the bacteria needed for healing.
Avoid sharing food and beverages as well as wet kissing and oral sex while healing to avoid the spread of bacteria.
Downsizing jewelry is especially important in oral piercings as ill fitting jewelry can lead to tooth and gum damage.
Can my friend(s) watch / hold my hand?
You may bring a friend with for moral support as long as they don not interfere with the piercing process. We typically allow one support person who is over the age of 18 in the piercing room with the client's consent. Minors are not allowed in the shop unless they are receiving a service.
Can we take pictures / video?
We request you refrain from taking videos in the piercing room. Photos are allowed as long as they do not interfere with the piercing process.
How long do I have to leave it in for? / How long until I can change the jewelry?
You want to wear the original jewelry for the first 4-6 weeks, and downsize the post as the swelling goes down. In oral piercing, downsizing is typically done more than once and the first time about 2 weeks after being pierced. The length of the healing period varies from person to person and piercing to piercing.
Oral piercings need to be downsized frequently during the healing process as the initial jewelry accommodates for swelling and as the swelling goes down the jewelry can catch and cause oral damage if not downsized.
Once the piercing is fully healed you can change the jewelry if you would like. We are always happy to assist you in changing jewelry so the newly formed, delicate skin is not damaged.
If you want to keep the piercing it is never recommended to take the jewelry out for an extended period of time. Removing and reinstalling jewelry can cause tissue trauma that may require healing time. Some piercings stay open longer than others without jewelry in place. How long piercings take to “close up” varies greatly from person to person as well. The longer you’ve had the piercing the more likely it is to stay open. Piercings don’t necessarily “close” or “heal” up but they shrink down to a size that can make reinsertion difficult or impossible. The best way to find out how long you can leave your piercing out for is trial and error with gradually increasing periods without wearing the jewelry. Take your jewelry out for an hour. Put it back in. If it goes back in easily, leave it out a little longer the next time. If it doesn’t go back in very easily don’t take it out out again for a while.
What are age requirements for piercing?
There are strict guidelines when piercing minors issued by the Minnesota Department of Health. We must have all of the documentation listed in order to pierce, check on or change jewelry for minors. This documentation must be brought with for every visit.
Minors under 12 may get their earlobes pierced.
Minors between 7 and 9 years old must make an appointment. We reserve every Monday through Thursday at 1PM only for these appointments. We understand this may not be ideal for everyone’s schedule, however, it is when the shop is the quietest and the way we are able to offer a service that is not offered other places. It also ensures your child is the first person of the day.
13 year olds may pierce their nostril, ear rim/helix, as well as lobes.
16 year old may pierce their rook, tragus, conch, eyebrow, lip, monroe, medusa, navel, nostril, ear rim, helix, septum, and lobes.
All other piercings require the client to be over 18 years of age.
**ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET FOR MINOR PIERCINGS**
Parent or legal guardian must fill our the release form and accompany the minor to the piercing room during the procedure.
Both parent and minor must have valid photo IDs. School IDs are acceptable for the minor. We can also use an Amber Alert Card, Lifetouch Card, or Yearbook.
Bring along a birth certificate, adoption papers or other proof of guardianship with a state seal or notary stamp. If the guardian’s name is different on ID and birth certificate, change of name forms are also required. We require a state seal or notarized document for the birth certificate and change of name forms. No copies will be accepted.
Parents must assume responsibility for aftercare! Minors cannot be expected to be as diligent about aftercare as they need to be without parental supervision and reminders.
We reserve the right to refuse piercing someone when circumstances suggest a low potential for successful healing.