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Nibble Fish Arrive in Arlington Just in Time for Beautiful Toes for Oscar Night
Date:3/7/2010

The latest in footcare - a fish-y-cure pedicure!

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) March 7, 2010 -- On Saturday, March 6 Yvonne’s Day Spa opened at Market Square at Potomac Yard, complete with 10,000+ employees, most of whom are garra rufa fish. The fish, well known in the Middle East and Asia as “doctor fish”, are minnow-like and toothless, and gently ‘kiss’ the skin of the feet delivering an invigorating pedicure. Customers immerse their feet in individual baths of warm water and 200 garra fish, and relax while the fish clean their feet. On Saturday, March 6 Yvonne’s Day Spa opens at Market Square at Potomac Yard, complete with 10,000+ employees, most of whom are garra rufa fish. The fish, well known in the Middle East and Asia as “doctor fish”, are minnow-like and toothless, and gently ‘kiss’ the skin of the feet delivering an invigorating pedicure. Customers immerse their feet in individual baths of warm water and 200 garra fish, and relax while the fish clean their feet.

Yvonne’s at Market Square at Potomac Yard is the third area salon for owners John Ho and his wife, Yvonne. Design of this shop includes a high-tech waterfall that doubles as a holding tank for the thousands of fish. “These fish are like children to me,” said Ho, “I’m constantly checking to make sure the water doesn’t go below 70 degrees, and I don’t want them to work too hard. One pedicure and they get a rest.”

The “fish-y-cure” pedicure has been featured on all of the national morning shows as well as NPR and You Tube. The salon also offers other treatments. For more info, please go to www.yvonnesalon.com or call 703.224.3103.

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