Garra Rufa Fish Spa For One (£8) or Two (£15) at Great Fish Spa (Up to 63% Off)
- Dedicated fish spa salon
- Located above Great Hairdressing
- Parking available
- Up to 30 minute appointment
- Designed to leave feet feeling soft and smooth
Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. New customers only. Children aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult. Do not apply fake tan or nail varnish 24 hours prior to treatment. No open cuts or contagious skin complaints. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 10 May 2012 at 10.24am.
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While alimentative fish without teeth are called garra rufa, those without eyes are simply known as fsh. Enjoy luxury to the letter with today’s Groupon from Great Fish Spa. Choose from the following options:• £8 for a garra rufa fish spa for one (60% off)
• £15 for a garra rufa fish spa for two (63% off)
Tranquilly tucked into the rural village of Bearsted, Great Fish Spa brews up a tonic of pedi-relaxation for sleepy toes and hardened heels. Ambient music creates a mellow and modern environment, while legs dangle lazily in tubs filled with toothless toe nibblers. To top things off, garra rufa treatments are lavishly extended with the likes of foot massages, Minx nails, and gel polishes.
Tootsies will be immersed into a tank of warm water for a 30 minute garra rufa fish spa (£20), where a group of fishy friends will get to work on gently removing dry or dead cells from the feet. Once the treatment is complete, paws will be left feeling soft, silky-smooth, and flip-flop ready.
While the Great Fish Spa is still waiting to be widely reviewed, one enthusiastic Qyper awarded 5/5 after their fish pedicure. They gave special mention to the helpful staff and the effectiveness of the treatment.
A very strange feeling but I really enjoyed. I even had a glass of wine. Afterwards my feet were lovely and silky smooth. I would definatly [sic] recommend it to anyone the atmosphere was great and so was the service.
– samanthalcooper, Qype, May 2011