Give Your Baby First Bath
Bathing your newborn baby seems daunting initially, but with the preparation and right bath setup, you can make the baby’s first bath stress-free. You can make your newborn first shower a joyful event for you and your baby if you adopt the right methods. Here are steps on how to give your baby’s first bath – and what you should know – when it comes to the newborn first shower.
How To Bathe A Newborn Baby?
After birth, you have to give your baby a sponge bath. Once the cord stumps fallen off now, you can give your baby a full bath.
Step 1- Bring a tub and fill warm water
Add warm water into the tub 2 to 3 inches; it will keep your baby safe. Support the newborn head and lower it into the water gently. The temperature of the bath should be 90 F to 100 F, hotter than 120 F is dangerous for the bay. Use a thermometer or your wrist to check the water temperature to make sure it’s not too hot or too cold.
Step 2- Keep newborn cover during bath
Even when you are giving your baby a warm bath, the newborn can lose body heat. Cover your baby with a warm cloth, and take your baby out with a fresh warm cloth after the bath. Use a thermostat before you bathe your baby to make your house warm.
Step 3- Give good newborn wipeout
Use a soft washcloth, and gently wipe out the body of the newborn, including face and head. Must pay attention to the creases underarms, around the neck, behind the ears, and the gentle areas. Use baby shampoo and soap to bathe your baby.
Step 4- Apply after bath products
Once the bath is complete, now, it’s time to apply after bath products to avoid skin dryness. Use petroleum jelly, lotion, or oils like coconut oil, sunflower oil