Maximize your spa experience with the help of Kit Expert
Danielle Edwards of Dermalogica BY DEBORAH FULSANG
you be in
the buff or
have undies on
for your session?
“That’s up to you, depending on your comfort level and, of
course, the type of service,” says Danielle Edwards, Education
Manager for Dermalogica Canada. “There’s no need to completely
undress. Most spas tell you what to wear (or what not to wear) when you
book the appointment. If they don’t and you’re unsure, ask to avoid potential
Our simple solution to the bare-or-not-to-bare question? A teensy thong.
It offers a little modesty and is so much more comfy (and less creepy) than
those supplied paper panties.
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and you’re not
First, keep an
open mind. You
might not know what you’re
missing. “The best way to
avoid this situation is to be
detailed with your requests
when booking,” says Edwards.
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What can you do if your
therapist talks too much?
“This is your time, so if your therapist is overly chatty,
communicate this,” says Edwards, adding that, “they should
always keep you informed of what is happening, but in a
non-intrusive way.” Our favourite silencer to help keep your zone zen?