Beauty Ritual for Feet

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From: Time Magazine – November 3, 2008

Fish Pedicures by Kate Pickert 

Some women, it seems, will do anything for beautiful feet — even use them as fish food. The practice of plunging feet into a tub of tiny carp called garra rufa, which nibble on dead skin, was popular in some Asian countries and became an American craze after John Ho, a Virginia salon owner, announced he had offered the treatment to 5,000 customers over a four-month period.

http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1855948_1862262_1862269,00.html

Bottom feeders…off the bottom of your feet, that is.  Not for the sensitive salon-goer; fish pedicures are bait for those who go boldly into that dark water.

 

 

Bottom feeders…off the bottom of your feet, that is.  Not for the sensitive salon-goer; fish pedicures are bait for those who go boldly into that dark water.

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