tried out the fish pedicure (finally!) at Malika, One New Change London. The treatment was such an exciting one... after washing the feet, the therapist prepared the fish tank for the treatment. I was reluctant at first, thinking it would be painful/ticklish (it was neither) If I had to...

(Racked) • Fish pedicures, a process in which you place your feet in water as live one-inch carp feed on your dead skin and toe jam, have been deemed unsafe by the Center for Disease Control. Apparently, the fish carry bacteria that could lead to infections in human beings. While only a few...

As I've already mentioned, it takes me no longer than 20 mins to have my brows both threaded and tinted - definition and shape, with 40 mins to spare! As well as HD Brows, Anesis also specialises in fish pedicures, Blink & Go Lashes, LVL Lashes and Rodial treatments as well as OPI manis and...

One of the slightly wackier beauty crazes to make an impact in 2010, was the introduction of Fish Pedicures. When the Garra Rufa fish, found in Turkey, were discovered to have exfoliating properties when they would swarm on swimmers and nibble away at their dry skin. They are also used to give...

They also have a nail team and those funky little fishes that give you a manicure of pedicure. You know the ones I'm talking about, Garru Rufa Fish. I stuck my hand in for a second and have already promised to book an appointment for a pedicure next week... You'll also find a team of...

The Really Buff Boutique is being launched in central London to celebrate the Really TV channel coming to Freeview to coincide with this on offer will be free treatments including fish pedicures, top manicures, hair styling, waxing and tanning. Offers are open to everyone via their...

I have used Groupon before, purchasing a deal for a garra rufa (fish) pedicure which took place at Whiteley's shopping centre and operated a drop-in policy so it was easy and enjoyable. After considering a few deals I decided to go for a personalised sterling silver name necklace (which...

The fad got its start in Turkey, where tiny Garra Rufa or "doctor fish" eat away dead skin on your feet. It has been banned in some U.S. states like Florida, New Hampshire, Texas, and Washington due to fears that infections could spread through open wounds. Those who suffer from psoriasis,...

Last but not the least is the fish pedicure which is gaining immense popularity day by day for its miraculous effects. In the procedure, tiny fishes are used to nibble away the accumulation of dirt and dead skin cells from your precious feet. The pedicure is known for its amazing feel good...

 

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