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Safety pins

Hello everybody, in brief and sorry for my bad English language but I really need your help.
I've been to a hair saloon to shave my beard and the guy who has done shaving noticed pimples on my neck and he started to remove small hairs from these pimples by Using a Safety pin to pop pimples by a collector and he told that he has heaten the safety pin and it is a new one but I did not see if it is new, may be it was used by someone else and I did check if there was any blood on the top of the pin,am I at risk or shall do a test to calm my self specially I am a married persons with beautifull kids.
I really do need your advise and help(please)
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Waiting for your kind advise
3191940 tn?1447268717
As an adult, the only risks for HIV are:
1) having unprotected, penetrative vaginal or anal sex, or
2) sharing IV drug needles with other IV drug users.

A safety pin is NOT a hollow bore needle, like an IV needle.  There is no comparison.  There is absolutely no detail you could add to this event that would make it a risk for HIV.  
Thank you very much for your reply, but my question is ( even if there was a fresh blood of someone else on the pin
Who used it before I use it.)
And as per your comments no need to be tested.
Kind regards
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