So what did you do on Friday night? Dinner? Drinks? Well, my lovely ladies and I had other ideas and headed to Anises for a Piscean Pedicure. Around the country shopping centers have become filled with fish tanks with shoppers dangling their feet in, so we decided to see what all the hype was about.
Being watched by a gaggle of passersby wasn’t really pushing my buttons, so we headed to the luxurious Anises in Clapham which is favored by the likes of Alexis Jordan and Denise Van Outen.
When we arrived our feet were cleaned by the therapist and then we nervously dangled out tootsies heels first into our tanks. No, it didn’t hurt, but it was very ticklish to start with as the Garra Rufa Fish nibbled away at the dead skin.
At the end of our 30 minute session, the therapist dried us off and I inspected my feet ready to feel the baby softness we were promised. My feet did feel nice and smooth at this point, but I think it was more to do with the soak than the fish doctors. It wasn’t the miracle I was hoping for, but 24 hours later, I think there is less dry skin on my feet.
Posted on November 4, 2011, in Beauty Tips and tagged Bridal Pedicure, Fish Pedicure, French Pedicure, How to do Pedicure, Pedicure, Pedicure by Fish, Piscean Pedicure, Tips for Bridal Pedicure, Tips for Pedicure. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.