Published at Saturday, October 12th 2019, 01:17:45 AM. Bath & Potty. By Alleffra Dubois.
Some bathmats are being offered with a self-adhesive and rough textured surface to provide better grip and adhesion to the tub flooring. If you and your baby share the same bathtub, it’s best to stick to self-adhesive, non-slip type whereas you can opt for a textured surface if only adults will use the tub. This is because the rough texture may not sit well with babies and may irritate their skin.
A kitchen sink is mainly designed to clean, and cleanse kitchen utensils thus has features only suited for that. A good baby bathtub will have features that ease the child cleaning process and at the same time provide safety to your baby. A wet baby can be very slippery, and without the best features, real harm to the child can occur.
Choosing the best hooded baby towel does not have to be a difficult endeavour. It’s not a serious decision and doesn’t have the same importance that a car seat or crib has but since you use them so often it is still something you should think about when you are setting up the nursery. If the hooded baby towel you choose is soft to the touch, comfortable, and provides your baby with warmth and comfort, they are going to look forward to the times that they can have it wrapped around them. Some babies love these towels so much they end up carrying them around as they get older.
Free of fragrances and perfumes. Many towels have a perfume fragrance that is applied but these chemicals can cause problems for little ones including rashes, other skin irritations, and even breathing problems if they are sensitive to the fragrances. Look for hooded baby towels that are free of perfumes and fragrances for the safest towels for your baby.