During pregnancy, hot tubs and other spa services that can raise your body temperature, such as wraps and sauna are off limits for pregnant women. You should also be careful about the oils used in your spa treatments because some may not be safe for pregnant women. However, you should not be afraid to use some essential oils as they can be great for alleviating the different side effects of pregnancy. Just be careful on your reactions especially that pregnant women develop the hypersensitivity to smell. If something seems unpleasant, be sure to ask your spa attendant or spa therapist.
This is not true. There are a number of treatments that can be performed fully clothed or in your costume. It is best to ask your spa therapist before booking your spa treatment. Although some spa treatments are done with minimal clothing on, spa therapists make certain to respect your privacy and keep you comfortable at all times. Therapists often leave the room when you remove your clothes for a treatment and wait for you to cover yourself with a towel before reentering the room. Alternatively, the therapist will lift a towel up to shade you while you lie down and cover yourself with a towel. Special towel techniques are also used throughout treatments so that the only area of your body that is exposed is the section of the body with which they are working on.