Baby Care Tips: Take Special Care Of These Things, Do Not Compromise While Buying Nappy

New parents always keep their new born and weaned babies in nappy or diaper because young children wet diapers very often. 

In such a situation, many times parents feel the need to change it. 

Sometimes parents make their children wear diapers even at home. 

Due to wearing nappy throughout the day, children start having problems of rashes or dryness from it. 

The immune system of young children is not very developed and their skin is also very soft. 

In such a situation, the risk of infection increases greatly, so it is important that you take special care of these things while buying a baby’s diaper.

Keep these things in mind while buying diapers

The cloth of the diaper should be soft so that the baby’s skin is not harmed in any way. 

Try that the diaper should be of linen or cotton cloth. 

So that its cloth should have more and better ability to absorb excreta. 

Also it should have a wetness indicator to show the wetness. 

If there is a colored line on the nappy, which turns from yellow to blue, it means that the nappy is wet and needs to be replaced.

What to do if rash occurs

If a child gets rashes on the skin due to wearing more diapers and the skin of the legs and thighs turns red, then immediately apply aloe vera gel on that area. 

Also, leave the baby without a nappy for some time and apply baby cream on the rash area.

Why children get rashes

This is due to the constant wearing of diapers, dryness of the skin, not washing the nappy properly or due to the soap being stuck on the nappy.

Save little kids from rashes like this

Bathe the baby with lukewarm and mild soap. 

Clean the baby with a soft cotton towel and put on clothes and nappy. 

Clean wet and dirty nappy immediately. Change the nappy once a night. 

Leave the baby without a nappy for 8 hours a day, this will allow air to air on their skin. 

Always use nappy with air tight plastic cover for babies. 

Change the nappy every three to four or at most 6 hours.

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