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New to Vichy Showers? No worries. This should help get you started on your new spa experience.
Collect information about the service as you book it.Don’t hesitate to ask questions that come off the top of your head, especially when you’re still on the phone with the attendant booking your reservation. It’s better to ask and know as much about the service as you can to maximize your spa experience. A couple of things you’ll want to ask about could be:
What the whole process entails;
How long an entire session takes;
What kind of clothes you will be wearing;
What other facilities and services come with the Vichy Shower.
Bring loose clothes.A change of clothes is a must-have when you’re getting a Vichy Shower. You don’t want to wear the clothes you wore when you get to the spa, since you’ll want to feel brand new after all that rinsing.
Follow the schedule.In other words, don’t be late! Spas run on a tight schedule and you don’t want your entire experience cut short because you didn’t arrive on time. In fact, it’s better to come early so you have time to prepare and the therapist can orient you on the equipment to be used as well as the whole process.
Don’t wear any jewelries or loose accessories.You’re going to have to remove them anyway. Bringing them along will just make it more likely for you to misplace them.
Leave your gadgets at home as well.In addition to the same reason above, you’ll also want to disconnect from the real world so you can focus on relaxing and rejuvenating yourself. It’s not like as if you can use your phone while you’re in the shower anyway.
Be open to your therapist.If ever you feel uncomfortable at any point of the process, let your attendant know. He or she is trained to make adjustments to make sure that you enjoy the Vichy Shower as much as possible.
Finally, remember to keep your voice to a minimum since you’re sharing the spa facilities with other clients. When properly prepared for, the Vichy Shower can be a unique spa experience for veterans and first timers alike.
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