Baby Wipes: Freshening Between Baths
From the playground to potty training, you don’t always need a full bath to help your little one freshen up. And those moments when you take a quick break to wipe her hands and face mean much more than you know. Your gentle touch helps her self-confidence and the enjoyable and familiar scents of JOHNSON’S® baby wipes can improve her mood.
Most paediatricians or midwives recommend bathing newborns 2 or 3 times per week, increasing the frequency as your baby gets older. Even though you may not give your baby a bath every day, make sure that the diaper area is kept clean at every diaper change to help prevent diaper rash, and that her face, skin folds under the chin and hands are cleaned after every feeding. Our JOHNSON’S®
Extra Sensitive baby wipes have been independently proven to be as safe & gentle on newborn skin as pure water, so even from day one, you can be confident you’re giving her skin the best care.
A sponge bath is an alternative many moms choose for very young babies.
Gentle Cleansing and Moisturizing Your Baby
For those times when you’re out and about or when hand washing just isn’t convenient, you can still be comfortable keeping your baby clean and fresh with their skin soft and moisturized when on the go. Our JOHNSON’S® Skincare baby wipes and JOHNSON’S® Gentle Cleansing baby wipes are perfect travel bag companions because they are clinically proven mild, made with Johnson’s moisturizing lotion and 97% pure water to ensure gentle cleansing and moisturizing from top to toe on your baby’s delicate skin.
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