Every one knows massages are a time to relax. Yet preparing for a massage can be (and all too often is, unfortunately) a stressful experience.
First, you have to choose the right day and time to visit your therapist, and make sure nothing stressful is scheduled before or after the massage that would take you out of the zone of inner peace.
Second, you have to choose the rig
ht therapist: one who won’t massage too hard, but not too soft either; with the right style — Swedish, Californian, Ayurvedic or deep tissue; with the right oils so that your skin leaves the appointment feeling nourished, without breaking out in pimples the next day.
Third, right before the session, the moment most likely to cause awkwardness and stress comes: the time to undress. Some parlours require their clients to strip down entirely and become naked, then crawl under a sheet or towel they provide in order to give the guest an illusion of privacy.
Certain places even pretend it isn’t traumatic to change into your birthday suit in front of a therapist — a guy or gal you may have met mere minutes earlier.
According to a poll on About.com to which over 5,000 people responded, “What do you wear during massage,” more than half of the respondents said, “Nothing. I remove all my clothing.” However, this isn’t necessary anymore because salons and spas have now started to provide their clients with massage apparel.
This new development assures the client privacy and comfort before, during and after a massage. Some unfamiliar with the world of massage may wonder exactly what is massage apparel.
Massage wear is disposable, single-user (but not necessarily single-use) clothing made to protect and keep warm clients who receive massages. While simple in design, it comes in extra soft fabrics and comfortable cuts that guarantee relaxation.
Caractère Paris offers a full line of massage apparel, including underwear, shorts, shirts and jackets.
disposable Men’s G-string
A wide variety of underwear, such as thongs, slips, and panties, exist for the essential comfort of massage clients. The male thongs are a great starting point, covering the essential bits and pieces without rendering the massage difficult. They come for roughly 25 pence each, an accessibly affordable improvement for any massage service.
For women, a stylish and elegant G-String takes the first step toward proper clothing during a
massage. They’re also perfect for tanning salons in order to minimize tan lines and for masks or other chemical treatments that would stain most clothing.
Another option for the more modest female client is the panty, with a wider backside that affords better coverage. With both at slightly more than 20 pence per unit, how can one not provide their clients with this essential? Finally, even plus sized individuals can enjoy massages in discretion with the Large Disposable Adult Panties Underwear. Among these four products, there is a size and style for virtually everyone.
Luxury salons also provide their clients with a full line of comforting and warm massage apparel, which includes shorts, shirts and jackets.
The shorts come first in the list of priorities because of the area they cover. Their comfortable, soft Absorbtex ® material is durable, resistant to rips or tears and will absorb oils or other liquids used during salon treatments, such as masks and body wraps. They come in three sizes, each with an elastic band around the waist that keeps them in place.
The massage shirt is the other essential for full-service salons. They are generously cut and come with a set of buttons down the front that allow easy, fast dressing and removal. Each shirt comes individually wrapped, with a variety of sizes available for every client.
Finally, the massage jacket is the optimal finishing touch for any massage. It comes in a stylish, fashionable look that resembles a kimono, with a V-neck opening, pockets and belt to secure the jacket around its wearer and offer maximum comfort during the massage.
On top of all of this, the above products are all recyclable, meaning you can play your part in protecting the environment by avoiding having to wash, dry and buy new reusable apparel for when you clients want to take it with them. Any salon owner will tell you that (especially if it is the guest’s first time in a salon), the slightest detail can make or break his or her experience. In these cases, attention to detail on the part of the salon owner is essential. Investments, even small ones in things like massage apparel, will pay off over the long run in satisfied return customers and word of mouth advertising.