Can pedicure cause skin irritation?
While regular pedicures are the ideal solution for taking care of cracked heels and calluses, problems resulting from pedicures can cause bacterial and fungal infections. As reported on website Nurse Week, the largest bacterial outbreak took place in California in the year 2000, when four patients reported boils on their legs. The link between these women was the salon they visited for their monthly pedicures. 110 customers of the salon's were treated for bacterial infections in that year because the foot baths were rarely cleaned, providing the perfect conditions for bacteria to grow and infect customers.
If you are allergic with some acid tone, otherwise there is no harm.
Getting a pedicure is often a delightful way to relax, but in some unlucky cases, it can also be a health hazard. Stacey Wilson of Benton, Arkansas got a post-pedicure foot infection that landed her in the hospital, she told KATV. "It feels like you're sitting too close to a fire and you just cannot get away from it," she said.