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Sucky Fish

Sucky Fish provides natural pedicures using the amazing Garra Rufa fish (AKA. Dr. Fish), to clients throughout the local area. Sucky Fish operates a no appointment just walk-in service from Spring Clinic. The Spring Clinic, which is located in Regent Street in Leamington Spa, was set up in 2002 and has years of experience in the Health and Beauty trade. These small tropical fish were first discovered in the 19th century in the hot springs near Kangal, a small town in Turkey. They have been recognised for their numerous healing benefits and effectiveness in exfoliating, cleansing and softening of the skin by bathers for centuries. Their suction-cupped shaped mouths are perfect for gently lifting dry skin away and removing rough patches without damaging the healthy new cells underneath. It has been claimed they help to regulate the nervous system, increase blood circulation and stimulating acupressure points and reflexology points. Regular treatment has been shown to greatly improve skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

Sucky Fish
Spring Clinic
Leamington Spa
Warwickshire
CV32 5HW
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Sucky Fish provides natural pedicures using the amazing Garra Rufa fish (AKA. Dr. Fish), to clients throughout the local area. Sucky Fish operates a no appointment just walk-in service from Spring Clinic. The Spring Clinic, which is located in Regent Street in Leamington Spa, was set up in 2002 and has years of experience in the Health and Beauty trade. These small tropical fish were first discovered in the 19th century in the hot springs near Kangal, a small town in Turkey. They have been recognised for their numerous healing benefits and effectiveness in exfoliating, cleansing and softening of the skin by bathers for centuries. Their suction-cupped shaped mouths are perfect for gently lifting dry skin away and removing rough patches without damaging the healthy new cells underneath. It has been claimed they help to regulate the nervous system, increase blood circulation and stimulating acupressure points and reflexology points. Regular treatment has been shown to greatly improve skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

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