EC Tattoo is proud to be one of San Diego’s top body piercing shops. First and foremost, we uphold the highest standards of sterilization and body piercing techniques and procedures. We utilize individual, disposable, single-use needles for each and every procedure. We use state of the art autoclaves for sterilizing all equipment and jewelry prior to touching your skin, every time!

Our expert San Diego piercing team brings an un-paralleled level of talent to the table with over 40 years of experience to ensure your piercing(s) exceeds your expectations. We have the largest selection of body jewelry in San Diego and we offer wholesale prices to the public. 98% of our body jewelry is 6 dollars apiece. We have over a 1000 plugs that are 12 dollars a pair ranging from 14g to 2.5 inches and materials ranging from surgical steel, titanium, wood, bone, buffalo horn, glass and acrylic.

Piercing Options

Basic Earlobe Piercing
Basic Cartilage 
Forward Helix Piercing
Conch Piercing
Daith Piercing
Tragus Piercing
Anti-Tragus Piercing
Snug Piercing
Rook Piercing
Forward Helix
Tongue Piercing
Dermal Anchors
Smiley Piercing
Genital Piercings
Triple Forward Helix
Orbital Piercing
Industrial piercing
Tongue Piercing
Nipple Piercings
Helix Piercing
Eye Brow Piercing
Nostril Piercing
Septum Piercing
Bridge Piercing
Navel Piercing
Surface Anchor Piercing
Surface Bar Piercing
Oral Piercing
Monroe Piercing
Lower Lip Piercing

Call Today! El Cajon 619-444-8288

Body Jewelry Aftercare
The worst thing you can do is touch the piercing without washing your hands. To clean your piercing get Dial foaming soap (non scented). Place the soap onto a Cotton ball and gently rub it around the piercing. Then get a saline solution like Nielmed. Rub the spray on your hand then get it onto a cotton ball. Gently rub it around the piercing to get rid of the soap residue of the piercing. You can also soak the piercing in the saline solution with a shot glass as well. Do this twice a day; once in the morning and once at night. You can clean it a third time in the middle of the day with just saline solution if you would like. General healing time is about 16 weeks but some piercings can take much longer.

Sometimes the piercing can swell this is why we pierce with longer jewelry in the beginning. After about 12 to 14 weeks if the piercing has been properly taken care of you should be able to switch it to a shorter piece of jewelry. Do not submerge the piercing in any water for at least 3 weeks. Running water like showers are fine but try and keep shampoos and body washes away from the piercing. Always keep make up and other peoples body fluids away from a fresh piercing. The better you take care a your piercing the quicker it will heal!

For questions about properly caring for your piercing don’t hesitate to give us a call. Your safety is our number one priority and we would happy to help.

For oral piercings you want to use a saline solution or a nonalcoholic mouth wash. Use it after eating, smoking and drinking alcohol. Stay away from hot and spicy foods for 3 to 4 days. Try not to play with the piercing while it’s healing. Stay away from other peoples body fluids.

**In order to receive a piercing you must be 18 years old and have a valid form of ID. If you are under 18 years old you must have a parent or legal guardian present. If you are coming with a legal guardian you must have the court paper work stating you are the legal guarding.