Newborn safe bathing method
After using a sponge to bathe the baby’s umbilical cord stump and heal it for a week, it is best to bathe the baby with a warm warm towel wrapped in a sponge.
Always wash his tender face and small hands, and thoroughly clean the baby’s reproductive area after changing the diaper.
Change to a bath and take a shower. When the umbilical cord stump is dry, dropped, and healed, you can start bathing your new baby in a bath.
For a baby like this, using a kitchen sink or a small plastic baby bath would be more sensible than using a standard bathtub.
Many parents are happy to bathe their baby. In fact, it is not necessary to bathe the baby once or twice a week until the baby crawls around and causes confusion.
When you first start bathing your newborn baby, you may initially find yourself a little scared.
Don’t let him swing, then wet his body and rub the soap on the little one.
Do some practice beforehand, give yourself some confidence, stay calm and continue to hold him.
Some babies will feel very relaxed when they touch warm water.
If your baby is in this situation, let him stay in warm water.
Keeping the warmth of the bathroom can help the baby feel happy.
The children who have been crying since the beginning of the bath are caused by the fact that you took him off the warm water of the tub and put it down.
Take care of your bath. Even if you are a little while, you should never leave your baby when you are unattended.
If the doorbell or the phone rings, if you think it is necessary, hold him around with a towel.
Never put your baby in a bathtub that is still flowing (the water temperature can change or the water in the bathtub will become too deep).
Set your water temperature to around 40, and stay in the water of 60 degrees Celsius for less than a minute can cause a serious burn to your baby.
Never ignore your child.
In less than 60 seconds, a child will overflow in 3 cm of water.
How to bathe your baby ● Take all the necessary bathing supplies and spread a towel, a clean diaper and a set of clothes; ● The most suitable water depth in the basin is 6-9 cm, about 32 seconds.Around the clock, warm but not hot; ● Bring your baby to the bathroom and take off his clothes (Trick: If your baby cries every time you take a shower, first leave the diaper on his body, it can give the baby in the waterAn extra sense of security); ● Start with your foot and gradually let your baby slip into the bathtub and use one hand to lift his head and head.
When bathing, regularly pour a full cup of bath water on him, so that it does not make him feel too cold; ● Use mild soap, pay attention to the use can not be too repeated, too much use too much baby’s skin to dry.
Thoroughly clean your baby’s body before and after using your hands and towel.
Clean your baby’s scalp with a wet towel coated with soap.
Clean his eyes and face with a wet cotton ball (no soap).
If your baby’s nostrils or corners of the eyes have dried mucus there, moisten it a little before you wipe it off.
With your baby’s genitals, this is essential for daily care; ● Rinse your baby thoroughly with a glass of water and dry it from head to toe with a clean towel.
Then use a hand that supports his weight and head and another leg that supports him to wrap his one leg and lift him from the tub (the baby’s skin becomes smooth when wet);Wrap your baby in a BB bathrobe and gently pat the water on your body.
If his skin is still peeling from birth, you can use a mild baby lotion after bathing, but these dead skins are usually replaced by themselves, not dry skin.
Then change him into a diaper and kiss his fragrant head.