Baby's first bath

Suds and Smiles: Tips for Making Baby's Bath Time Fun and Safe


In the journey of parenthood, ensuring the well-being of your baby is a top priority. Bath time is a crucial aspect of your baby's care, and it's essential to get it right. This blog article provides answers to common questions about baby baths and recommends eco-friendly products to make bath time both enjoyable and safe for your little one.


What is the best temperature for baby baths?

The ideal temperature for a baby bath is around 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit), which is the same as your baby's body temperature.


How do I know if my baby's bath is too hot? 

If the water is too hot, it can be dangerous for your baby's sensitive skin. To ensure the water is at the right temperature, you can use a bath thermometer or test it with your elbow.

If the water feels comfortable to you, it should be safe for your baby. If the water feels too warm or hot to the touch, it's too hot for your baby.


Should I wash my baby's face every day?

Yes, it's important to clean your baby's face every day to keep their skin healthy and prevent irritation. Use a soft, damp washcloth to gently clean their face, paying special attention to the creases around their nose and mouth. Be sure to avoid getting soap or water in their eyes.


How often should you wash newborn hair?

Newborns don't need their hair washed every day, as their hair doesn't get as oily or dirty as older children's hair. Two to three times a week is usually sufficient.

Be sure to use a gentle shampoo that's free of harsh chemicals and fragrances like some of the eco-friendly products on the market.


When should I start brushing my baby's hair?

There's no specific age requirement to begin brushing your infant’s hair, but be sure to use a brush with gentle bristles to avoid any discomfort or irritation on your baby's delicate skin.


When should a baby start using a toothbrush?

 Although some infants may have no teeth yet, by the time they reach 6 months of age, a few may begin to have teeth emerging. To maintain oral hygiene, you can begin using an infant toothbrush.


Making baby bath time fun

Bath time can be a fun bonding experience for you and your baby. To make it more enjoyable, try adding some bath toys to the mix.  Beba Canada offers a range of eco-friendly baby toys that are safe for your baby and the environment.

Our bamboo washcloths, hooded baby bath robes, and bamboo towels are also great additions to your bath time routine. By using our products, you can rest assured that you're doing your part to protect your baby's delicate skin and the environment.

We have a wide range of sustainable baby products for parents everywhere, and if you have any questions at all please feel free to reach out to our friendly team.


Retour au blog