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 every

 person

getting

 body art

 has the

 right...

 

...to be served in a scrupulously hygienic, well lighted, open environment by a clean, conscientious licensed body arts practionieer wearing a fresh pair of clean disposable gloves. 

...to a sober, straight, friendly, calm, and knowledgeable artist who will guide them through their body art experience with confidence and assurance.  Gary has over 35,000 procedures in his state licensed body arts studio.  No artist in Nebraska is more experienced or knowledgeable.

...to the peace of mind which comes from knowing that their artist knows and practices the very highest standards of sterilization and hygiene.  We have state of the art Autoclaves, Glass bead sterilizers, Ozone sterilization, Colloidal Silver sterilization.

...to be pierced or tattooed with a brand new, completely sterilized needle, which is immediately disposed of in a medical sharps container after use on you alone. 

To be tattooed with new bottles of ink/pigment that was just opened for you.  Guns 2 Roses does not reopen used ink bottles on our customers.  Every client gets a new unopened sterilized fresh bottle of ink, in 54 different colors.  If you want to cut corners and work with used bottles of ink and trust your health to an already opened bottle, go get tattooed at any one of a dozen studios around here that serve their clients that way.  Good Luck!

...to be touched only with freshly sterilized, new implements, properly used and disposed of and not used on anyone else.  Other studios reuse items like tube, tip and grip assemblies that has blood on them from prior procedures.  Guns 2 Roses feels it is not good enough to clean and re-use these items - Every client gets new equipment for their procedure.

...to know that ear-piercing guns are NEVER appropriate and are dangerous and never used here. 

...to be fitted only with jewelry which is appropriately sized, safe in material, design, and construction, and which best promotes healing. Gold-plated, gold-filled, and sterling silver jewelry are never appropriate for any new or unhealed piercing. 

...to be fully informed about proper aftercare, and to have continuing access to their artist for consultation and assistance with all their piercing-tattoo related questions.  Gary provides each and every customer a book free of charge on how to properly care for their body art. Guns 2 Roses also publishes their aftercare information on this web site for your convenience.

...to be given your aftercare supplies after your procedure.  It is unconscionable to perform body arts procedures on clients and then not provide them with the tools they need to properly heal their body art.  Some (most) studios charge for aftercare supplies. Guns 2 Roses never has.  Even if you were unfortunate enough to have gotten your body arts procedure done by someone other than Gary, we will still give you your aftercare supplies.

 

 

The standards above are always in place at Guns 2 Roses

 

 

Gary

Mayo

Has Over

In The Business Community Of Nebraska

 

 

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Over 50,000 visitors a year from all over the globe

Guns 2 Roses is

world famous and we have body arts on people everywhere

 

 

 

 

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quotes from the Health Dept & newspaper about Guns 2 Roses

 

"Good work providing sterilized ink and tattoo machines."  

Brian Hurst, Lancaster County Health Dept

 

"Professionally in the safety and sterility of Guns 2 Roses"

Lincoln Journal Star - Hilary Kindschun - Journalist

 

"Guns 2 Roses ..... There's no chance for hepatitis"

      

Lincoln Journal Star -  Kathryn Cates Moore - Journalist