As the high season for various infectious diseases such asthe hand, foot, and mouth disease and influenza, this autumn has seen the COVID-19 pandemic enter the normalization stage of prevention and control. However, daily protection should never be taken for granted, especially for newborns and toddlers, who always like to put their hands in their mouths. They don't care whether their hands are clean or not, let alone whether hands are washed or not. if you want a 100% guarantee of your baby's health, one of the simplest and most effective things is handwashing, because it can reduce the spread of germs, naturally leaving less possibility for bacteria, viruses, infection, diseases to come at your baby.
But, get your little one to wash his hands quietly? Mission impossible!
The handwashing EACH time is like a disaster. Even if you've got them and forced them to wash, it won't last long. Then their handwashing looks just like "lamp rubbing", roughly with once or twice to call it an end.
Therefore, parents try to rack their brains for how to make their babies wash hands.
Today, sanosan will share with you the right way to wash your baby's hands. Let's work together to protect your baby's health~
Handwashing guard your baby's health and prevents the spread of diseases effectively.
Since the baby staggers to learn walking, they start to explore the world with curious eyes. They use their little hands to fumble here, to touch there, and even to feed their mouth. As a result, through touching a contaminated surface or objects, they could be easily infected with various bacteria, which in turns, enter their bodies stealthily, through such behaviors as finger biting, eating food or rubbing their eyes and noses with the unwashed hand.
As proper handwashing can reduce various pathogens on hands and effectively prevent common diseases such as colds and diarrhea, babies must develop good hygiene habits in daily life to wash their hands regularly.
Then in daily life, what kinds of situations require handwashing for babies?
Before touching food, or after eating food;
Before and after using the toilet;
After playing with animals;
After coming back home from some outdoor activities or trips;
After coughing, sneezing or blowing their noses;
After getting visible smudges on both hands;
After contacting a sick person.
What is the right way to wash your baby's hands?
1. Wet your baby's hands with running water, while the water temperature should generally be controlled between 25℃ and 34℃ (based on the room temperature), because high temperature would scald the baby's delicate skin;
2. Lather the palms of the baby's hands with sanosan's Care Soap and rub hands together to produce foam. Then scrub the hands for at least 15 seconds, with special attention to the backs of the hands, between the fingers, under the nails, and around the wrists.
Follow the seven steps below to help and teach the baby to wash their hands the right way.
Picture source: People's Daily
sanosan Care Soap
l The Soap can satisfy your baby's needs for cleansing;
l Its gentle formula contains such mild nourishing ingredients as hydrolyzed milk protein, olive oil, glycerin, etc.;
l The smooth and creamy foam can prevent moisture loss in skin while cleansing, leaving the skin fresher and softer after use.
l No residue is left after rinsing. The Soap is suitable for both children and adults, especially for the newborn's face and whole body.
3. After washing, dry the baby's hands using a soft towel or air dry them by gently patting. Remember to use the care lotion to protect your little one's tender hands.
sanosan Care Lotion
l The Lotion contains a variety of natural plant extracts, providing the necessary nutrition and moisture for your baby's skin;
l A film of moisturizing protection can be formed on the skin surface to ease the discomfort caused by dehydration or improper care of the baby's skin.
l It meets the care needs of the baby's delicate skin after cleansing, helping the skin restore its softness and tenderness.