5 best baby wash brands for newborns, according to Pinoy moms
Buying baby products can be sometimes frustrates us. Worry no more! Here are the best baby wash for newborns in the Philippines according to pinay moms.
Are you a new mom or just a practical mother that wants the best for their child? Buying baby products such as clothes, diaper, stroller or even formula milk is frustrating. We don’t know if the product in our cart suits baby.
Worry no more, moms! These are the best baby wash for newborns in the Philippines—according to Filipino moms, of course.
Best baby wash for newborns in the Philippines, according to Pinoy moms
We asked moms from theAsianparent Community what bath products they usually use for their newborns. Here are some of the feedback we got about the different baby wash brands.
Baby bathing tips
Whatever brand you choose to use on your little one, here are a few tips when it comes to bathing your newborn:
- Never leave your baby alone in the tub. A baby can easily drown even with just little water.
- Remember to always support your baby’s neck. In the first weeks of life, your baby still cannot support his head, so it’s important to make sure that his or her head is supported.
- Always check the water temperature. The water should not be too hot or too cold when touched with your inner wrist.
- Choose a soft wash cloth. Baby’s skin is ultra sensitive and rough wash clothes might scratch his or her skin.
- Always use a bath product that is meant for baby skin. Adult bath products are not suitable for babies, much more newborns because of its harsh formulation.
- Look at the label. Do not use products with toxic ingredients. It is also advisable to use hypoallergenic products that suits baby’s skin.
- Pick a product that moisturizes. Baby’s skin easily loses moisture and can become dry, so choose a bath wash that replenishes that lost natural moisture when bathing.
- No to long baths! You might be enjoying bathing baby, but his or her skin dries up easily when bathing. Keep bathing quick!
- And last but not the least, dry off baby. Make sure you wipe baby down after bathing, so that baby won’t get too cold out of the water.