Quality Microdermal Piercing Kit – Great for Professionals or Amateurs!

Microdermal Piercing Kit

Disclaimer: I do not condone in self piercing. It is dangerous, highly invasive and potentially unsanitary. This procedure should only be done by professionals with plenty of experience. 

By reading this post and purchasing this equipment you agree to not hold me responsible for anything which happens to go wrong with this piercing!


 

Now I’ve said what need to be said, if you’re gonna perform the microdermal piercing yourself regardless, please use the correct equipment!

Luckily for you I have found a top notch dermal piercing kit which comes with everything you need.

I strongly advise against getting one of those cheap dermal kits from Amazon. Having used them before and being thoroughly disappointed with the quality of the equipment.

This kit is the best you will find on the internet. Perfect for professionals and amateurs alike.

Pick up this microdermal piercing kit for with 34% off the original price while the offer lasts!

What You Get With This Kit

Microdermal Piercing KitJewelry

This kit comes with 10 4mm dermal tops decorated with clear Cubic Zirconia gems.

You will also receive 10 dermal anchors. One for each dermal top.

These high quality anchors have specially placed holes. The skin grows through the holes whilst the piercing heals. This makes for greater stability and prevents the piercing from sliding about, rejecting or migrating.

The jewelry is made entirely out of 316L Surgical Grade Stainless Steel.

Tools

With this kit you will also receive 10 dermal punches. Yes, you heard me right. 10 dermal punches!

This allows you to safely and hygienically perform 10 microdermal piercings.

As the name suggests, the dermal punch works kind of like a hole punch for the skin. Allowing you to make a clean, perfectly sized incision through the top layers of the skin. The jewelry will sit perfectly in the space you create using this tool!

This awesome kit will also give you two pairs of forceps:

  • 1 set of dermal anchor kelly grip forceps
  • 1 set of dermal anchor hemostat forceps

Gloves

Black Latex GlovesFor that extra bit of hygiene you also get a set of black silicone gloves.

Wearing gloves whilst performing a piercing helps prevent bacteria from being spread.

Be sure to wear gloves throughout the piercing process.

Once you have your gloves on, do not touch anything else. Once the gloves make contact with anything else they are no longer sterile.

If this happens, sterilize your gloves again by spraying it with piercing aftercare spray. If you cannot access any piercing aftercare products, use a small amount of alcohol. Be sure to let the alcohol evaporate before touching your jewelry or tools.

Why This Particular Kit?

When performing a dermal piercing, it is of utmost importance that you use the correct equipment.

This kit is specially designed for dermal piercing and is pretty intuitive to use.

It is possible to perform a dermal piercing using a standard hollow piercing needle, but only certified piercers should do this. This procedure is complicated!

If this is your first time doing a microdermal, this is the one and only kit for you!

Also, I feel the need to mention that the fact that you get 10 dermal punches and 10 sets of jewelry, means you get 10 chances to practice this piercing. You shouldn’t use any needle or punch more than once as it will go blunt and damage the skin!. You can practice on fake skin which can be purchased online or in the butchers!

How to Use Your Dermal Piercing Kit

Dermal punch in ear
You can also use dermal punch to pierce ears in a larger gauge size. Instead of stretching!

First things first, wash hands and sterilize all your equipment. Once this bit is out of the way, follow these instructions very closely:

  • Clean your skin using alcohol swabs and mark where you want the piercing with a sharpie pen or skin marker. No skin marker? Use eyeliner! Look in the mirror to make sure you are happy with where the piercer will be positioned.
  • Line up the dermal punch with the dot on the skin.
  • Take a deep breath and push the tip of the punch into the flesh. Use enough force to penetrate the skin. The hole needs to go through the dermis down to the epidermis.
  • Use your fingers to twist the dermal punch a bit. Keeping the tool in the same spot on the skin. This will help you go deeper without going to deep!
  • Dont freak out if you see blood. Dermal piercings are known to bleed a fair bit.
  • Now use your kelly grip forceps to pick up the anchor.
  • Slide the foot of the anchor into the hole, under the skin. Push it in and makes sure both the long and short ends of the anchor are underneath the skin. Only the post/stem should be visible.
  • Use your hemostat forceps to hold the anchor in place by the stem. Now screw in the dermal top. Make sure it is tight! Keep in mind “lefty loosey, righty tighty”.

Final Words

Like I said before I do not recommend performing this piercing at home. Self-piercing is dangerous and there are multiple things that can go wrong. For best results please go to a professional!

Please note that it is illegal to use a dermal punch on others in certain countries and states. Please check the laws of your state before purchasing this piercing kit.

You attempt this piercing at your own risk and I am not liable for anything that does happen to go wrong!

For those of you stupid enough to attempt this, best of luck! If you need any extra advice, hit me up in the comments below!

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12 Comments on Quality Microdermal Piercing Kit – Great for Professionals or Amateurs!

  1. Fantastic review, this has really made me understand how to successfully do a piercing and you have provided me with some great information on the tools I will need. Many of my friends have made an absolute hash of their piercings and i look forward to showing them your great article.
    well done, keep up the awesome work

  2. I know people who have piercings done only to piss off the parents,Some, however, take very seriously piercings, they even considered an art form, gives them different meanings,. If the piercing is stimulated brutally jewel can even cut the skin.However, they can also be avoided if you go to a professional cabinet.

    • Hey Dorina. I’ll be honest, I can’t stand when people get piercing for reasons like that. To each their own though – can’t exactly stop them!

      Thanks for your input!

      Hannah.

  3. This is definitely something as you said that I should leave for the professional.

    I am very new to those whole piercing process, but I am intrigued by something.

    As the professional does the job, after the punch process, I would imagine that besides the blood, the person might have a significant amount of pain.

    Is it not advisable for them to use some sort of a anesthetic to numb the pain?

    Just curious to know.

    I learnt through your article, the process of the piercing.

    Thanks for that.
    Regards
    Roopesh

    • Hey Roopesh.

      You are right in thinking the client feels pain after getting the piercing done. Some piercers offer numbing cream, although I find that this can actually cause problems during the healing process for some people.

      Interesting question. I’ve been wanting to learn more about numbing cream used on piercings lately funnily enough.

      Thanks for reading,

      Hannah.

  4. Hey Hannah, I had no idea I could purchase my own high quality piercing kits and do it all myself. This post has been very helpful and I now have a much greater knowledge about piercings and doing them myself. In your experience have you ever come across dodgy piercing kits? Is there certain brands or products that users should be avoiding?

    • Hey Ben.

      Some of the cheap kits you get from Amazon are not the best. I have found that the forceps are crooked, which is really no good! You pretty much get what you pay for!

      Thanks for taking interest.

      Hannah.

  5. I’ve been considering doing my own piercings because it seems like it can’t possibly be that hard. I mean, you poke a hole right?

    Thanks to your direction I now realize that it is MUCH more involved. I sure do appreciate you going through so much detail.

    I think I’ll check out the rest of your site and see if I can find some other information on this. I think it’d be cool to be able to develop both the confidence AND skill to be able to do this both for myself and my friends!

    • Hey Jack.

      I wouldn’t say it is hard to do your own piercings. Although precautions must be taken, otherwise you’re looking at a high chance of getting a nasty infection. There are plenty of safety, sterilization and aftercare articles on my site.

      If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
      Hannah.

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