As the weather changes, skin has a way of reacting. As temperatures fluctuate, skin can easily go from smooth and glowing to dry and flaky. Yet it seems that no matter where in the year we are, our feet are always in need of a little care. This leads some style-conscious folks to seek exfoliation to keep their feet clean, soft and refreshed.
To achieve this, some spas are offering a unique treatment. Rather than toil on your feet yourself, they make it possible to stick them in special fish tanks and let the little nibblers take care of the problem for you. On the surface, it seems like you can't lose, because the fish eat away at the dead skin without bothering the healthy skin.
Yet, the process isn't quite as easy as it seems and public health officials are concerned that these "fish spas" may be unsafe for customers. The CDC has stated that over 10 states have banned the practice.
Today, we're going to find out why and help you decide whether trying it for yourself is a good idea.
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