The answer to this true or false question that you might have read here- Bathing was an important part of culture in Ancient Rome.
The answer is true! Since there was no water supplied directly to each house, their were public baths varying in temperature. Men’s and women’s would be separate, but otherwise there weren’t any privacy precautions. After bathing, people would go through a routine of massages, getting oiled, and then scraping their bodies to remove any access dirt.