Baby Bath Products

Here at The World Of Babies we have gathered together a huge range of baby bath products to help you to find the right product at the best price. We have listed a few of our baby bath products below with some useful tips and advice.

Baby Washing Cloth: This has to be gentle considering that the baby’s skin is quite delicate. It can be used to give the infant a gentle wash. This will not be really necessary in the very first few weeks after the baby is born but you can use it once in a while if you feel the need. They are also very hand for keeping your baby warm while having a bath as they can be dipped in the bath water and placed across the babie chest. This will help keep the baby warm as the bath water for a new baby should be no more than a few inches deep. A video in how to bath a new baby can be found on our bathing baby page which is full of tips and advice on baby bath time.

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Johnson s Baby Shampoo: Keep it mild and gentle. If possible, go for pure baby wash which helps make use of eco-friendly materials that doesn't harm the baby’s skin. For a newborn baby, there isn't a need to buy the bath and shampoo separately. An all body wash will do just fine. Also thing about using Johnson s Baby Powder and maybe some Johnsons Baby Oil after the bath

Soft Towel: baby towels should be manufactured from delicate materials that does not scratch the baby’s skin. A grownup’s towel should not be used for a newborn, instead have a number of towels designated for your baby. You could also try out a hooded towel specially for a newborn baby. New babies get cold very easily and a hooded towel will help keep yours warm.

Baby Bath Thermometer: the baby’s bath water should be warm, generally at body temperature. But for new mums and dads it can be quite daunting attempting to determine if the water temperature is just right. Get a baby thermometer to help eliminate that uncertainty and build your confidence.

Comfortable Seat: for anyone who is using a bath tub, you are most likely going to need somewhere comfortable to sit or you would end up squatting the whole time. A robust, low seat chair or stool will work well.

Before you even commence bath time, it is very important make sure that all your baby’s clothes are nearby. The nappies and nappy rash ointment really should be within reach so also the baby cream