The latest beauty craze—fish pedicures—offered in salons and spas across the world have raised serious health concerns.
But the therapy`s opponents said that unlike usual salon rules, which compel staff to throw away or sanitise tools after each use, the epidermis-eating fish are too expensive to discard. The agency began investigating after being contacted by environmental health officers. "The HPA will examine the most up-to-date evidence of any possible risks associated with garra rufa fish pedicures," said an agency spokesman. ANI
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