Texas State Restricts Fish Pedicures
The second largest state that is located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico- Texas has prominently restricted fish pedicure in the state. Those who enjoy fish pedicure are now banned by Texas Department of licensing and regulation.
The nibbling fish were used to do pedicure as these remove dead skin cells of feet. For is practiced on pay basis, but now after the strict order no longer fish pedicure will be seen.
This is banned for safety concerns, one of the Spokeswomen Susan Stanford said giving clearance to the issue. She said that practicing nibbling fishing for pedicure can cause infection using same fish to clean the skin of number of customers.
This is seriously related to health and infection that may be transmitted from one customer to another. The also claims at the foot bath and holding tanks that are place to live in for fish can not be cleaned properly and so can not be disinfected.
No issue regarding illness due to fish pedicure have not yet noted up till now, said Ms. Stanford. She said that it’s a realm of possibilities and they are erring on side of safety.
After the ban by the Texas Department of licensing and regulation, a salon of Virginia still found practicing the fad of fish pedicure was fined and caught. It literally disappointed the Zen Luxury Nail & Beauty Bar’s co-owners of Frisco in Dallas suburb.
She learned that she deprived to provide the service to customers. Now, the question arises before her what to do with those 500 guppy like fish that she has bought for pedicure which cost her $2,500.
She concluded with saying that she will either keep them with her as pets or else will send them back to their place.
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