Chemical transformation by the use of a solid liquid and gas together has interesting potential for future disinfectant production.
Piercing Wizard Podcast August 8 at 8:39 PM 215 – Brian Skellie on mill certificates and material verification. It was a privilege to speak at length about body jewelry materials safety with my colleague Ryan Ouellette of Precision Body Arts in Nashua NH. I welcome your questions and comments. Do you have a complete understanding of … Read more
I am honored to be participating in a discussion on the importance of producing content of quality, as sharing ideas is a subject close to my heart. Please visit the Sala Solidária for more information about their mission to support the Kuarap and link to the event. O QUE É A SALA SOLIDÁRIA? Conheça a … Read more
My colleagues in the Australian United Professional Piercers have published the following. I was honored to help with the peer review process. Piercer Periodicals Information on topics relating to meeting membership requirements, a sponsor showcase, interesting topic deep dives, and piercing history snippets.
You can participate in my presentations online, live or recorded: September 12th, AT 2 PM – 3:30 PM CET Local Time: EU (Paris, Berlin, Oslo, Rome) Livestream: Needles: The cutting edge September 12th, At 7pm – 8:30pm CET Local Time: EU (Paris, Berlin, Oslo, Rome) Livestream: Body Jewelry Material Standards BMXnet e.V. – Tattoo, Piercing … Read more
Statim unwrapped sterilization is safely practiced worldwide by professional body piercers. Outside the practice of medicine, jewelers are using the Statim for steam sterilization for ear and body piercing. The new, cleaned jewelry and other items needed for the procedure are selected for the customer and sterilized unwrapped in the Statim along with a class … Read more
I traveled to Moscow to share ideas and techniques at the Russian Association of Professional Piercers second annual conference August 13-16 2018 Thanks to the ruAPP for an enthusiastic and curious experience as a speaker and participant. I would be pleased to return in 2019 if you’ll have me. Overall, the conference seemed well put together with a … Read more