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2022, January

How different patient gowns are used in hospitals
0 How different patient gowns are used in hospitals

Patient gowns are also known as hospital gowns; especially during this Covid-19 pandemic, gown plays a vital role. It's a collarless gown tied in the back, worn by patients examined or treated in a doctor's office, clinic, or hospital. Patients generally dislike hospital gowns as sparse, ugly, ill-fitting garments often leave one's backside ignominiously exposed.

Medical gowns are the protective gear, often known as Personal Protective Equipment; it is used in the medical field to protect patients from infections. Various hospitals offer reusable patient gowns to reduce waste and purchasing costs. These gowns are also known as Johnny.

The gown was designed to maximize medical staff access to the patient's body.

Patients are asked to wear pajamas, robes, and slippers. On the other hand, in the other units, patients are asked to wear their street clothes brought from home.

There are various advantages to hospital gowns. They allow doctors to gain easy access to the patient to conduct a physical examination. A recent study found that patients are often asked to wear hospital gowns even when there is no medical reason to do for them.

A patient gown has its own determining factor for its quality. A piece of thicker fabric is sturdy and does not get worn out after a few washes, unlike lighter fabrics. 

Types of patient gowns 

There are several different patient gowns like,

  • Hospital Pajamas Poplin Robe
  • Seersucker Robe
  • Nursing Gown
  • Bariatric Gowns
  • Hi-Risk Elopement and Psych Gowns 

Hospital Pajamas

Hospital pajamas are "a long piece of clothing worn in a hospital by someone doing or having an operation which is easy to wear.

Poplin robe  

Poplin robe, also known as tabbinet, is a plain-weave cotton fabric with excellent horizontal "ribs," or yarns, resulting in a strong, crisp fabric with a silky, lustrous surface. The patients in the hospital used to wear which is easy and comfortable.

Seersucker Robe

The seersucker robe is a fabric that has been around for centuries. It's light cotton, linen, or fabric with a crinkled surface and is often striped.

Nursing Gown

Nursing gowns are robes or smocks worn in operating rooms and other parts of hospitals to guard against contamination.

Bariatric Gowns

Bariatric gowns mean "relating to or specializing in the treatment of obesity." When you hear the term "bariatric" being used in a medical setting, it refers to the treatment, prevention, and causes of obesity.

Hi-Risk Elopement and Psych Gowns

Elopement is primarily known for the patient who leaves the hospital because of legal status or has been deemed too ill or impaired to make a reasoned decision to leave.

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  • PAJAMA SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE WITH SNAPS at the price of $116.16
  • PAJAMA PANTS WITH DRAWSTRING & FRONT FLY at the price of $105.50 
  • POPLIN ROBES - 1 HIP POCKET AND SELF BELT at the price of $162.80
  • SEERSUCKER ROBE WITH BELT, LONG SLEEVE & 2POCKETS at the price of $239.36
  • Imperial Patient Gowns for $116.80
  • Hi-Risk Elopement and Psych Gowns at the price of $158.33

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How bathrobes are used among the guest in salons and spa
0 How bathrobes are used among the guest in salons and spa

The bathrobe is a dressing gown made from toweling or other absorbent fabric and may be used while the wearer's body is wet, serving both as a towel and as a body covering when there is no immediate need for full dress wear. Bathrobes have many names like lounging robe, wrapper, housecoat, negligee, peignoir, duster, wraparound, tunic, bed jacket, and smoking jacket.

Bathrobes are one of the most underrated items of bath linen. When most of us buy items for the bathroom, we focus more on towels, face and hand flannels, even bath mats.

Bathrobes have high utility in the sense that they provide modest coverage after a shower; you can answer the doorbell wearing the robe or lounge about the house wearing. 

Why is it called a bathrobe?

Bathrobes are universal gender-neutral garments. We now have plenty of amazing bathrobes for men and have no problem wearing them.

Tips for selecting the best bathrobe

There are several tips for choosing suitable bathrobes like

  • Pick the right fabric 
  • To choose the right length.
  • Look for details that personalize the robe

Pick the suitable fabric. 

Bathrobes are available in several materials, from cotton to silk, in which cotton is considered the best; the material you pick depends on the use you are going to put the robe too. Some people like to have their bodies dry cursorily and slip into a bathrobe that absorbs excess moisture; you are one of these people, should pick a cotton robe that offers high absorbency. Then others like to wear the robe in-between clothes changes, and they like to have a luxuriant material like silk or satin on their skin. That's what we mean by picking a robe that suits the purpose or use. 

Choose the right length.

The length of the bathrobes is the essential part as not everybody likes knee-length robes, which are the most commonly available sizes in the market. People might prefer a shorter length that skims the mid-thigh or a longer one that touches your calves. Browse for different robe sizes across various brands before picking the one that appeals the most. But when choosing the size, ensure that you check the size chart provided by the brand: most of them commonly list the length and other dimensions of the product and mention the model's height.

Look for details that personalize the robe.

It is not enough to pick a robe that looks great. Look for personalization as much as you can. These robes include pockets, hoods, and piping in a darker color, the chance to emboss your name on the robe.

Types of bathrobes

There are various types of bathrobes like

  • Cotton Bathrobe
  • Velour Bathrobe
  • Terry Bathrobe
  • Kimono Style Bathrobe 

Cotton Bathrobe

Cotton bathrobes are made of the natural fiber of the cotton plant. Known for its incredible versatility, the quality of the robe is based on the length of the fiber used. The longer the fiber, the more robust, absorbent, and durable to use.

Velour bathrobe

A velour bathrobe is a pile fabric where the loops woven into the fabric have been cut. Velour bathrobes are made with terrycloth lining, as terrycloth absorbs water better than velour. Velour can make a bathrobe appear more luxurious, cozier and makes the garment. 

Terry bathrobe

Terry bathrobe is a soft cotton that comes with weaving in looping patterns. Terry cloth is also the material which is a polyester blend, not only in cotton. Terry cloths are the loops woven on a loom, making the fabric soft and plush. 

Kimono Style Bathrobe 

Both men and women use kimono-style bathrobes; they wear them as dressing gowns or robes over sleepwear or bathing suits. They are loose-fitting, with a matching fabric belt for closure. It refers to the full-length robes worn for important or formal events, primarily by women.

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  • Kimono Style Bathrobe - 48 "X60" Honeycomb Waffle at $16.88 
  • Terry Bathrobe - 48 "X60" Kimono Style at the price 
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  • Double Layer Bathrobe - 48 "X60" Kimono Style at the price of $37.11
  • Kimono Style Cotton Terry Bath Robe at the price of $279.20

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How different salon capes are used in haircutting salon  ?
0 How different salon capes are used in haircutting salon  ?

In these modern days, salon capes are used by hair and beauty salons for hairstyling services, in which they protect clothing from loose strands of hair being cut from the head.

Salon capes are water-resistant jackets or cover-ups, ideal for shampooing and styling; hair salon capes come in a whole range of shapes, sizes, material types, and styles. It is challenging to decide which hair salon capes are best for your business with so much choice available.

The hair salon industry is expected to continue growing, which experts believe is due to continued demand for services and an improving customers' disposable income. The industry revenue is projected to rise at an annualized rate of 2.1% to $62.0 billion.

The Quality salon capes should be both lightweight and also breathable. For example, nylon is an excellent fabric choice for its lighter-weight materials. If you consider a long cape, first get to know your choices with lightweight fabric and its usage.

   Type of salon capes used in hair cutting salon 

  • Barber Capes
  •  Shampoo Capes
  • Chemical Capes
  • Comb-Out Capes
  • Hairstyling Capes

Barber Capes

Barber Capes are the staples used in a barbershop or salon. There is more to a practical barber cape than a piece of cloth to drape over your client. Barber cape is an experience, especially for children getting their first haircut.

Shampoo Capes

Shampoo capes in a rectangular-shaped garment prevent a person's neck from contact with water during a shampoo. A shampoo cape protects the salon customer's clothing.

Chemical capes

Chemical Cape is used to repel all chemicals, including hair color, bleach, and peroxide. The Poly Chemical Cape is designed to protect skin and clothes from stains during hair color application, treatments, and highlights, the protection.

Comb-Out Capes

It is used to make hair neat and smooth with a comb or, in other words, to make smooth out tangles in hair with a comb. 

Hairstyling Capes

The purpose of the Hair Cutting cape is to make the customers experience mess-free and should cover the salon's client for protection from loose hair and color and styling products.

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  • Premium Textured All Purpose Cape - 44" x 54 at the price of $17.69
  • Client All Purpose Cape- 36" x 54 at $12.95 
  • Stripes Barber Capes - 50" x 50" at $12.08
  • Fromm Apparel Studio Reusable Hairstyling Cape at the price of $11.99
  • Comb-out Cape - 28" x 28 at $7.89

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