Bath & Hair Care
Baby's skin is very delicate and sensitive. Proper skin care and bathing can help maintain the health and texture of the baby's skin. The majority of babies don't require a bath every day. Babies only need to be bathed every other day or two to three times per week. Special hair care is also required for babies. Establishing a proper hair care routine is also important because babies' heads and hair are prone to become quite dirty, knotted, and occasionally a little stinky too.
Always choose a product that is gentle and has been clinically shown to be mild for everyday use because it shouldn't irritate the baby's delicate skin.
What do you mean by Bath?
Bathing is the act of washing something or submerging it, especially the body, in water, steam, etc., for cleansing or medical treatment purposes.
What are the types of bath?
The various types of baths are:
- Free standing bath.
- Shower bath.
- Recessed or alcove bath.
- Clawfoot and pedestal bath.
- Corner bath.
- Whirlpool bath.
- Steel bath.
What is the best care for hair? How do I take care of my hair daily?
One of the main causes of thin and brittle hair is a sweaty and unclean scalp. You may take care of your baby's hair by following the below hair care routine.
- Make sure to shampoo your baby's hair thrice a week and massage his/her scalp.
- Apply coconut oil. Natural vitamin E, an ingredient with antioxidant characteristics, is abundant in coconut oil.
- Comb your child's hair.
- Use a gentle towel.
- Detangle your baby's hair regularly.
- Maintain a balanced diet.
Which oil is best for hair?
Hair oil not only conditions your child's hair but also makes it lustrous and smooth. Here are a few baby hair oils that you should think about purchasing.
- Himalaya Baby Hair Oil.
- Mamaearth Nourishing Baby Hair Oil.
- Johnson's Baby Hair Oil.
- Goodness.me 100% Organic Coconut Baby Hair Oil.
- Mother Sparsh Ayurvedic Baby Hair Oil.
How do I take care of my hair after a bath?
After washing the baby's hair, immediately pat them dry with a soft towel. Gently rub a towel through their hair. A hooded towel is a great investment if you want to take your child from the bath to the changing area without having to worry about them getting cold.