Many new mothers are very nervous before bathing their children, for fear of drowning them, choking them, or washing them out or catching a cold. Don’t worry, this will tell you baby bath precautions, give you expert advice.

Bath advice:

If the baby is less than 6 months old, there is no need to use shampoo and body wash. It’s OK to bathe with clear water. Mother should pay attention to proper methods when using talcum powder for her baby. It is suggested that mother bathe her baby every day in summer, and 2-3 times a week in cold days is enough. The whole body cleaning from head to foot can keep the important organs of the baby clean. Take care of the following points when bathing your baby:

It’s best to bathe the new baby with water. If the baby’s scalp is covered with a thick layer of brown material, it will gradually fade away, and the mother does not have to clean it deliberately.

* the baby’s head and neck are prone to perspiration. Please clean them with water to avoid the appearance of prickly heat.

* babies under 3 months don’t need shower gel, which can minimize skin irritation. Babies over 6 months old can use baby’s special shampoo. This shampoo usually has tear free formula, does not irritate eyes, moistens hair and prevents skin allergy.

* if talcum powder can be used, it will not be used. If it can be used less, it should be used less. When using talcum powder for female baby, don’t rush to her lower body, otherwise, the dust will easily cause gynecological diseases when entering the reproductive system. Use hand instead of powder puff, and cover the baby’s nose and mouth, so as to avoid excessive dust inhalation in the lungs causing allergic asthma. It should be used when the baby’s skin is clean and dry to protect the skin. Talcum powder should be banned during diaper rash.

Note: if your child has eye disease, you must prepare a clean towel or cotton swab alone. If you want to learn more about the hygiene habits that children need to cultivate online, you can go to Baibai safety net to check and read, and more knowledge is more care for your baby. Come and scrub the baby. Don’t mix it with other towels!