A spa in Houston, TX, is marketing itself exclusively to babies. Well, their parents, too.
is the project of Kristi Ison, a certified infant massage instructor. The spa offers float tubs for infants who are too young to walk, allowing them to stimulate their muscles in new ways and encourage development.
Ison says that the watery environment seems natural to babies after nine months in the womb.
Massage, on the other hand, improves infants circulatory systems and helps their growing bodies. Parents are welcome to come and try their hand at baby massage techniques during their son or daughters one-hour session.
Whether or not Isons about to spark a baby spa craze, these images are irresistibly adorable.
This little one is ready for a float.
Just taking a deep breath.
Getting a much-needed massage.
Those little feet!
Ison cuddles one of her charges.
Theres room for a little goofiness, too.
Whats that you say?
Baby spas are silly?
Maybe, but look at those irresistible smiles.
Someone may have just gotten a little two comfortable, if you catch my drift.
Make that more than one baby.
These relaxed little ones are all ready for their close-ups.
It doesnt look like theyre protesting getting massages.
The rosy-cheeked little one looks like he or she got a facial, as well.
Spa clientele are certainly getting younger and younger.
That chubby one in the middle is too much.
Theres no way to resist those eyes.
This little one even gets a decorative necklace.
The gangs wondering why any parents wouldnt send their child to the spa.