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In the past, I had enjoyed regular pedicure, so I hoped that adding fish to the mix would only increase the feeling of being pampered – or at least make a good story. I made an appointment at an upscale spa in Los Angeles and was looking forward to my adventure. “I`m not saying it necessarily poses a significant risk to humans, but it has shown that they can carry things that are uncomfortable for fish and humans,” he added. Peritual infection with Mycobacterium marinum after a fish manicure. Vanhooteghem O, Theate I, De Schaetzen V. Skin Appendage Disord. 2021 Aug;7(5):393-396. doi: 10.1159/000514853. The author of the report claims that the woman had no other medical history that could be related to her condition. Dr. Lipner believes that the woman`s problems are due to the physical effects of the fish that bites into the nail.

Experts say they don`t know how infections might spread through fish pedicure. This may be because the remaining microbes of those who were there for the last time, unlike the fish themselves. Health experts have expressed concern that fish baths recycle fish from person to person and may not properly clean tubs between applications. After a young woman`s toenails began to separate from her toes, a doctor finally focused on the bottom: a fish pedicure, according to a report published Tuesday in the journal JAMA Dermatology. That`s exactly what they did. Once my feet were submerged, they were hung in the aquarium about 6 inches from the bottom, giving the fish full access. The sensation was an immediate and overwhelming tickling rush of tiny gray fish (1 “to 2” long) on the soles of my feet, sides and tips of my feet, and – ugh – between my toes. Fish do not bite you, but cling to your (dead) skin and suck it.

Every few seconds I felt a small sting, similar to what you feel when you sew your skin with a pin or walk on a staple. “We had some concerns about the welfare of these animals transported around the world, often by people with limited experience,” he said. And healthy fish, he added, would mean “fewer problems all around.” Although the CDC says there are no official reports of infections from fish pedicures, 15 states have banned them due to health concerns. And then there is the problem of fish, which are said to have starved to death to be hungry enough to eat the skin. Another source of concern: some salons mistakenly use Chinese chinchin instead of Garra Rufa fish, traditionally used in fish baths. What`s the difference? Chinchin fish have teeth and can draw blood. Six months earlier, the woman had plunged her feet into a tub of water filled with tiny fish called Garra rufa, which eat dead human skin when there is no plankton around. It wasn`t until later that she noticed that her nails were starting to fall out. Then the technician gave me small elastic paper boots (the ones you wear to the hospital) and drove me to the aquariums. Imagine an old shoe polish frame in which you take 3-4 steps to a raised seat, and you will get the picture.

But instead of shoe polishing, each customer had a square plexiglass tank with about 100 fish sitting a few feet above the ground, just like the aquariums in a Chinese restaurant. I think the screen was designed in such a way that other customers could experience the process. But one of the strangest fads that hit the industry was to be the “fish pedicure.” In the spirit of first-hand knowledge that we can pass on to our readers, I decided to treat myself to one. When I got home, the first thing I did was jump in the shower because I felt a little weird. When I dried after that, I noticed that my feet were very soft and looked smooth for baby. but that they did not look very different than after a regular pedicure. I thought the fish pedicure was a unique experience, but not one I wanted to repeat. (People are obsessed with this home foot scrub that removes dead skin like a snake.) During a fish pedicure, also known as a fish spa treatment, guests put their feet in a tub of water filled with small fish called Garra rufa [PDF – 12 pages]. Garra rufa are sometimes called “doctor fish” because they gnaw dead skin on people`s feet and expose newer skins. “I would be very surprised if you found a dermatologist who recommends the Garra rufa pedicure,” Lipner said. Several published case reports describe diseases resulting from fish pedicure (see below). According to Dr.

Shari R. Lipner, assistant professor of dermatology at Weill Cornell Medicine and chair of the nail department, “I think it`s probably more common than we think. We don`t see [the nail] fall out until months after the event, so I think it`s hard for patients and doctors – especially if they don`t even know that fish pedicure can do it – to make that connection. “My astonishment quickly turned into worry. I remember reading about women who had developed infections with carnivorous bacteria after having (normal) manicures in salons that had not properly disinfected their tools. What if the previous client had an infectious disease? What happens if there is mold or other bacteria in the tank? What if the fish themselves transmitted germs, bacteria or diseases from other people to me and others? Staphylococcus aureus infection of the feet after a fish pedicure. Veraldi S, Nazzaro G, Çuka E.Infection. 2014;42(5):925-926. doi:10.1007/s15010-014-0622-4 Foot infection with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus after fish pedicure. Sugimoto K, Frei R, Graber P. Infection. 2013 Oct;41(5):1013-5.

doi: 10.1007/s15010-013-0437-8 (WCMH) – A study published Tuesday claims that a woman`s toenails fell out because she had a fish pedicure a few months earlier. Another type of fish that “grows teeth and can draw blood” is sometimes mistaken for garra rufa and used in fish pedicures, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lipner was unable to identify the fish species affected in this case. Although Lipner believes the woman`s problems are due to the physical effects of the fish gnawing at her nail, she noted that there have also been reports of fish pedicure-related infections in the past. In the UK, “the salons themselves were very popular here; They emerged very quickly,” said Amanda Walsh, senior scientist in Public Health England`s Emerging Infections and Zoonoses team. As part of her previous work with the UK Health Protection Agency, she helped create the Agency`s 2011 fish spa guidelines. In addition to the loss of nails, there were other problems related to the pedicure of fish. But in the UK, the fish spa fad didn`t last very long.

“It was a bit of a madness that excited people, and then they moved on to the next thing,” said Verner-Jeffreys, who added that the concern about fish spas wasn`t just about human health. The fish pedicure is believed to have originated in Turkey, Croatia and other parts of the Middle East before it arrived in the United States.