Here at Treasure Coast Piercing, we follow all state and county laws requiring proper identification prior to receiving services. Minors may receive piercings WITH parental consent.
~A State or Federally issued Photo Identification (Driver's License, State Photo ID, Passport) is required for any and all Piercing Services. In situations where the client is a minor, a parent or legal guardian MUST be present at the time of the service. The parent or guardian must present their State or Federally issued Photo Identification as well as a photocopy of the minor client's birth certificate, and a form of Photo Identification for the minor (School ID card, Passport, Library card with a Photo, and/or a school or yearbook photo that includes the minor's name with the photo).
~For legal guardians and/or emancipated minor, we must have court paperwork proving so (legal, notarized document from the courts).
~If last names differ, you MUST bring a marriage license/certificate to verify name change, along with a valid photo ID.
** Please Note- A FLDOH/Martin County Department of Health Minor Consent Form, linked below, must be completed and signed by a Notary Public** (link above)
For any services besides earlobes, 14 years old is the minimum age we are able to pierce. For children's earlobes, we currently start at 5 years old.
Any clients under the age of 18 are REQUIRED to have a parent or court appointed legal guardian present.
***Please note that these are required by law, and not solely the policy of Treasure Coast Piercing***
Ear lobes: Age 5 and up
Helix and Nostril: Age 14 and up
Navel, Septum and All Ear Piercings: Age 16 and up
Absolutely NO genital or nipple piercings will be performed on minors, even with a consenting parent or guardian.
Please contact Treasure Coast Piercing for further questions or concerns.