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Infection Pathogens From Previous Clients May be Lurking in Pedicure Drains and Basin Tub Jets...

Bacteria Fungi Viruses Skin Cells

The Best and Only Time to Get a Safe Pedicure is Being the First Pedicure of the Day

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Worry Free Pedi

Dr. Ming Su, a formulation chemist, was approached by one of the largest nail care products suppliers to discuss sanitary issues in pedicure basins. Reports of foot infections were increasing. The two collaborated to create a simple solution that sanitized the water without causing irritation to customers’ feet and that could be EPA approved. They Succeeded!

An easy-to-use Sanitizing Tablet that:

Kills 99.99% of Bacteria & Fungus in 60 Seconds


Protecting Your Feet is Easy:


Step 1:

Bring a Worry Free Pedi Tablet with you when get your next pedicure.


Step 2:

Drop the Tablet into the basin water and wait 60 seconds as it dissolves and sanitizes the water.


Step 3:

Dip your feet in the basin and enjoy your Worry Free Pedicure with confidence!

Pedicure Spa Basin Liners
DO NOT Address The Transmitted Germs in Drains and Jets.

If your favorite Pedicure spa, or one you visit while traveling replaces a plastic liner between customers, they could be putting your feet at risk! Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses Accumulate in the Jets. Cleaning and Disinfecting the Spa While Running is Necessary


None of these cheap, disposable liners mitigate the risk of disease germs in the basin, drain, or the jets. The EPA requires disinfecting for at least 10 minutes between clients.

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 “What Are The Risks?”

Prior to Pedicure

  1. Prior clients transmit communicable diseases into water, including basin and jets

    1. 75% of nail salons do not follow state hygiene guidelines for foot baths.

    2. 55 M people in the US have toenail fungus in at least one toe

  2. Paying customers are seldom turned away

    1. Pedicurists are not properly trained medically to turn away customers with “gross feet”

    2. Pedicures are sought out as solutions to improve appearance of toenails with fungus for cosmetic reasons

  3. Injured feet, traumatized toenails, or cracked heels from others can transmit disease

During Pedicure

  1. Micro-cuts can occur during procedure that can provide means of transmission of infection

  2. Tools are not properly disinfected using EPA protocol

  3. Pumice stones and other exfoliating tools are porous and can not be properly sterilized

  4. Transmissions of diseases including:

    1. Bacteria: Staph infections, MRSA

    2. Athletes foot fungus

    3. Warts

    4. Toenail Fungus

    5. HIV

    6. Hepatitis B

  5. The use of plastic liners does not address germs in the basin, drain, and jets.

  6. Pre-existing medical conditions like Diabetes, immunocompromised, or older clients have significantly higher risks of having toenail fungus and some infections

After Pedicure (Short and Long Term)

  1. Painful infections can occur in days

  2. Seeing a physician, podiatrist or dermatologist becomes necessary, time consuming, and costly

    1. Toenail fungus can be present for life with few medical solutions and limited efficacy

    2. Topical solutions have limited effectiveness if used early

    3. Oral Medications risk drug interactions and adverse effects on the kidneys and liver

  3. Dangerous medical conditions can occur if client is taking medications like blood thinners to boil clotting

  4. Medical pedicures by advanced or medically trained specialists will be required for future pedicures increasing costs over time


Spalding Robert, Death by Pedicure: “The Dirty Little Secrets of Nail Salons. 2006

Spalding Robert, The Science of Pedicures: Countering the Crisis in Nail Salons, 2008

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