The popular baby-purchasing site BabyPigs has launched a website where users can rent massage-therapy services, as well as get free samples of shampoo and other products.
The website, which is not currently available in English, allows parents to find a private, discreet massage parlour, where they can rent an infant massage, give their child a massage and even buy a spa treatment.
BabyPigs is one of several massage services that have recently attracted online buzz.
Its founder, John McLean, said the website was inspired by a local massage parlor.
BabyPig’s website, like others offering baby-friendly services, also has a price tag. “
We are hoping that BabyPig will be a way of raising awareness of the issue.”
BabyPig’s website, like others offering baby-friendly services, also has a price tag.
A full massage, including the delivery of the baby, is £6 for a four-hour session, which starts at £18 per hour, with a total bill of £90.
Mr McLean said that he hoped to see BabyPige become a regular part of the local paediatric network, and that he would work with other massage providers to increase its popularity.
However, the site is also being attacked on social media for offering a cheaper alternative to the local massage.
Some people have posted comments on the site’s Facebook page suggesting that it was a scam, or asking the BabyPigg team to delete the video.
Many users have also posted on the Baby Pigs Facebook page that they are looking for a private massage.
“I just got back from a long journey and I couldn’t get to the office to do my business as I had to go to the hospital to give birth,” one user wrote.
Another user said: I can’t believe the amount of negativity on the internet about this site.
I was a bit taken aback by it but I am sure it will become more popular.
But for many others, the backlash has been more positive.
One user posted: It has become my favourite site, I just got my first baby, I don’t need to do any of this.
It’s the first time I’ve had an actual massage, so I’m looking forward to the next one!
A few users even posted on Facebook about how they had found the baby’s first tummy rubs, and how they were not going to be disappointed.
It is unclear whether BabyPigi will be available in all areas of England.