Nuru massage meaning

Nuru massage is one of the most “eager to know” word in the adult industry.

Even myself, I never knew the meaning of Nuru massage until lately.

Now that I know what it means, I can’t hold it to myself but share it here for others who also wish to know the meaning of Nuru massage.

The word NURU in Japanese means “slippery”.

The Nuru Massage uses a special gel that is made from deep seaweed and is colorless, tasteless, and extremely slippery and smooth.

The masseuse will rub your entire body with the nuru and slide on you from all imaginable angles.

Nuru originates from Japan, specifically in Kawasaki. Also known as “Soapy massage”, Nuru is basically a body-to-body massage using a gel-like lubricant.

This massage is usually performed in the shower, either seated, on lying down on an air mattress.

This massage was invented at a time when there were a lot of restrictions on prostitution.

As paid sex was banned, adult workers found a way to make money by giving body massages that felt as good as sex.

This massage was also known as soapy massage owing to its slipperiness.

What makes this massage so slippery is the use of an odorless, colorless, and tasteless gel made of nori seaweed, known as Nuru gel.

So, basically, the idea behind Nuru massage was to replace paid sex with something that provided an equally immersive and satisfying experience.

Today, people enjoy this massage across the world.

Now you understand what a Nuru massage is.

The next time you hear someone ask “what is a nuru massage” you can explain from what you have read and take the glory all to yourself.

Though if you got confused at any point of reading this post, feel free to leave a comment and you’ve further explanation.

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