Fishing pedicure in a restaurant:
Indonesian capital Yogyakarta is offering two in one place where people can eat their meal by enjoying a fish pedicure. They offer a meal by sitting on chairs by lying their feet into ankle-deep water. There are thousands of little fishes that nibbled dead skin from the diner’s feet.
It is an open-air restaurant with a beautiful location. Many people came there from different cities.
· Fishing pedicure Procedure:
The procedure of fishing pedicure is to take your feet in a bowl of water and many tiny fishes usually nibbled dead skin and leave newer skin exposed.
- Fishing pedicure benefits: Nibbling away dead skin
- It smooths out and softens the feet.
- Fishing pedicure disadvantage:
- Hygienic issue
- Health risk
- Bacterial infection
- Where Fishing pedicure banned:
- pedicure is banned in Florida and Texas.
- Why fishing pedicure banned?
- pedicure is banned because some doctors think after each pedicure tool will be discarded or sanitized but it is not possible for fishes when it is being used as tools.
- Does fishing pedicure hurt?
- to some customers, fishing pedicure doesn’t hurt.
- Fishing pedicure cost:
30 minutes massage for approximately $60.
- Reviews of fishing pedicure:
- reviews are good for a fishing pedicure.
- women said, ”she feels like fishes are biting there feet”.