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An infant is to be the weakest in the world. Although the child is still small and therefore does not make a multitude of physical activities, and therefore it is not really “dirty”, it is very important to introduce him to the bathroom, because if the we believe health professionals, the bath took part in his physical and psychological development.
Here is how to take a bath to her offspring. It must first be ready for the bath, such as preparing the necessary effects such as towels, shampoo, lotion, soap, and of course the thermometer. This step, although minimal, is crucial to be able to focus solely on the baby later. Once you start the bath, do not leave under any pretext. Read the rest of this entry »
An important feature of the bath, the shampoo is the opportunity to take care of the hair both radiant and fragile your little angel. Still need to know how to do it … Here’s how.
Whether your toddler from birth has a thick or just a few bits, the shampoo is a step in the toilet should be practiced with care and attention.
The bathroom is often one of the favorite moments baby since he can relax and release tension accumulated during the day. It is also the perfect time to proceed to shampoo and from birth. To make Relaxing this moment, everything must be prepared. First, make sure not to be disturbed and available. Make sure the room where the bath is held at safe temperatures (20/22 °). Provide hot water at 36/37 ° and also make sure you have everything needed at your fingertips (toiletries, soft towel, diapers and clothing). True full care, shampoo can be made every day, especially if baby has some cradle cap in the skull. Read the rest of this entry »
You can bathe your baby every 2 or 3 days. Use a mild soap and baby shampoo.
Until the baby’s belly button is healed, you can give a sponge bath the baby.
- Lay your baby on a soft cushion.
- Dip a cotton ball in water and only gently wipe their eyes.
- With a wet washcloth (no soap), wash the face. Then wash the body with soap and water. Wash the diaper area last.
- Rinse with plain water and dry gently without rubbing the baby.
Once you heal the navel, bathing the baby in a small plastic tub or sink with a little water. Place a towel so that the surface of the tub is not as slippery. Read the rest of this entry »