Baby safe bath tip: Give your baby a good bath

time:2022-12-02 12:02:52source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby bones
Baby safe bath tip: Give your baby a good bath

Baby's bath time can be a fun time for you and your baby to develop a deeper connection. However, this is also a time to be cautious, and you need to keep these bathing points in mind to make sure your baby has a safe bath~ The first and most important rule is: never leave your baby alone, even if One minute. Children can drown in less than 30cm of water. You need to prepare the necessary bath products in advance, so as not to pick up in the middle. If the doorbell rings or the phone rings and you have to deal with it, go with your baby in a towel too. Do not put your baby in the bathtub or tub while the water is still running (the water temperature may change or the water level may be high). Make sure the bathtub or tub your baby uses is safe. Especially the tub, it's very slippery, be sure to have rubber bath mats for safety. You can choose a child-specific tub or tub, or sit or lie down, to keep your baby safe. The temperature of the bath water should be appropriate (preferably 32-38°C). Infants and toddlers generally prefer cooler water temperatures. Don't put too much water in the bathtub. Sitting no higher than your waist is best for toddlers and older children. Have your baby sit in the tub instead of standing. Soaps, shampoos, and bubble baths can dry out your child's skin and can cause a rash, so use them sparingly. They may also irritate the urethra, which in turn increases the risk of urinary tract infections. So don't let your child sit in soapy water for too long. If you are running water from the faucet, keep your child's hands out of the faucet. You can try sitting in the water with your back to the faucet. Keep appliances, such as hair dryers and curling irons, away from your baby's bathtub or tub. Mom and Dad must pay attention to the safety of the baby in all aspects, and let the baby take a beautiful bath~
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