Fishy Business Ever gone to one of those spas in Thailand or China, where they get little fish to nibble away at your callused foot skin? Yeah, it looks pretty ick... yet strangely compelling. Having only recently been introduced to Hong Kong, Wonderfish! Spa is one of the first places where you can get your feet nibbled by the hungry little critters. The spa uses Garra Rufa fish, which have no teeth and only eat hard, dead skin, so you’re in for a pleasantly ticklish sensation, rather than a “Jaws” re-enactment. They have been used in their native Turkey for many years as a cure for skin conditions, and are said to help improve blood circulation and skin quality. A 30-minute session costs $180, or if you’re really scaly, $300 for an hour, and you can add $70 for a neck and shoulder massage. Shop 25, L/2, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Rd., The Peak. Light Up The party season is well and truly underway, and everyone’s looking for products that are a) funky and easy to apply on the hoof; and b) reasonably priced enough that you won’t cry for days when you leave it in the back of a taxi. This is where Danish brand Gosh comes in. It’s “Light ‘n’ Shine Lip Glazes” come with a built-in mirror and light for easy application in dark clubs. As for the lip glazes themselves, they offer a high-shine finish without stickiness, while multi-pigments offer a 3D plumping effect. They’re $98 each, available from Watson’s . Smile Like you Mean It The lovely people at Go Smile sent us a trial pack of their on-the-go touch-up kit, which promises lovely pearly whites in a matter of minutes. We thought it sounded too good to be true, but in the name of journalism gave it a go, and actually, it worked pretty well, and with minimum fuss. All you need to do is break the ampoule and let the whitening solution flow into a sponge-tipped applicator, and then rub it on each tooth, paying more attention to the more discolored ones. They come in three flavors, including mint, watermelon and apple. The press release says we can use the products anywhere and at any time, but judging by the amount of tooth baring and drooling we did, we might opt to keep it at home anyway. A set of 7 costs $95; Set of 14, $260 and a set of 30 costs $325, from Lane Crawford Times Square, 1 Matheson St., Causeway Bay.