Bubbles - Dr. Fish Foot Spa Malta *Special Offer*

Saturday, 27 August 2011


As I've already done Fish Pedicure post, I know a lot of people are curious as to what happens? What does it feel like? So I thought I'd write a full review.

So today I went along to the Bubbles Fish Foot Spa (Sliema), for those who don't know where it is, there is one right between the Preluna Hotel and Times Square ( the men can have a pint while we get pampered, it's a win-win situation). There is another one at Park Towers, Borg Oliver Street, St. Julian's.

So when you first go in you sit on a stool, remove your shoes and have your feet washed to make sure no dirt from outside harms the fish. After you will be given a pair of flip flops and shown to your "Tank".

Once seated, you take your flip flops off and dip your toes and then whole feet and half your calf into the water.

Some people find it's ticklish at first, but you very quickly get used to the sensation and begin to relax.
Personally, as mentioned before I think it feels like having your feet in fizzy water.

So you just sit there for either 15 or 30 minutes and relax. After a long day in the heat, and shopping in Sliema, dipping your feet in cool water is rather refreshing.

For those who don't know, these are Garra Rufa fish. Don't worry they don't have teeth, they just gently suck on your feet, with the same result as exfoliating.

I've arranged a special offer for my blog readers at both locations, you can receive either €1 off 15 mins, or €2 off 30 mins, simply just mention "Beauty Abroad Blog" when you visit. So it's worth trying if you haven't already.

Contact Details can be found here : Exclusive Offers

3 comments:

  1. This is a really nice idea- so sweet of them to agree to the discount! I tried this once at the fishbar in portside pub and I didn't like it.. felt sooo weird I wanted to just kick them off haha! Seems so popular though and I did love how soft it left my feet :) xx

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