Even babies need a spa day too. All that crying, sleeping and playing can get intense.
First, Fava uses a jade roller to lightly massage Natalie’s face. Next, it’s a “hydrotherapy” bath where Natalie luxuriates in bubbles, followed by a foot massage. The little girl’s tiny foot is small enough to fit between her mother’s two fingers. Then, Fava treats Natalie to a baby manicure with a gentle infant nail file. Finally, she gets a massage from mommy with baby oil.
“Bruh, I’m sending this to my mom, it’s never too late,” one person replied.
“One time my mom let me roll off the bed and I was stuck between the bed and the nightstand for three hours,” another joked.
In case you’re wondering: yes, baby spas are actually a thing. At least at Baby Spa Perth which offers massages and hydrotherapy sessions for babies. The Australian salon claims that hydrotherapy increases lung capacity, helps muscle growth and improves sleep. But perhaps most of all it’s a family activity.
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