Kate Moss Abstains From Drinking Due To Fungal Infection

by VR Sreeraman on  April 19, 2009 at 12:34 PM Celebrity Health News
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 Kate Moss Abstains From Drinking Due To Fungal Infection
Kate Moss has been reportedly ordered to abstain from drinking due to her medication for a fungal infection on a foot.

The supermodel was said to have landed with the painful condition after getting a pedicure at a "cheap salon" in New York.

"Kate fancied a little pampering when she went to New York for the launch of her clothing range in Topshop," the Sun quoted a source as saying.

"She normally uses beauty salons in the five-star hotels she stays in but she decided to pop into a parlour in New York.

"She regrets the decision now as the nail on her big toe on her right foot has turned yellow and has become really thick and ugly. She is certain she caught a fungal infection from the cheap salon," the source added.

The 35-year-old had been allegedly looking forward to spending the weekend with beau Jamie Hince at the Coachella Festival in California.

The source added: "Kate was looking forward to letting her hair down with Jamie at the festival. But she knows she's going to have to lay off the booze for the duration due to her medication."

Source: ANI
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This happened to me as well. I thought I'd have to give up pedicures and manicures for good, but now I just bring my own tools and use this product called SaniManiPedi Liquid Solution that helps keep me safe with natural antiseptics.

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