Diapers should be changed whenever they are wet or soiled
The advancement of science and technology can usually bring us a better life. If you ask mommy what is the best invention of human beings, they will definitely say - diapers. In the 1960s, the world's first diapers were launched in the United States, which made mothers start a new way of parenting. Diapers can not only provide a dry environment for baby's skin, so that they can enjoy more adequate sleep, but also can liberate mommy from tedious and repetitive labor, so that they have time to work hard and have energy to enjoy life. In principle, as long as the diapers are wet or dirty, they should be changed. Generally speaking, the diapers should be changed within 4 hours, and they must be changed when there is stool. But mommy can't do it to baby at any time"real time monitoring", sometimes it is impossible to know when the baby will have"Condition"(especially for babies), you need to pay special attention to the following points at this time:
1. If you have allergies, you should stop using it immediately. If you find that the skin on your baby's buttocks is red, you can choose from the following options:
AIt may not be a problem to change to another brand of diapers, because babies have individual differences in skin and constitution, so the applicable brands and products are also different.
B uses the most traditional diapers to transition.
C Use the above two methods instead for a period of time, and the baby may adapt to using this brand again.
2. When using baby skin care products such as oil, powder or shower gel, etc., special care should be taken not to let them stick to the adhesive strip, so as not to reduce its adhesion. Or choose diapers with no adhesive waist stickers, even if it is stained, it will not affect it. In addition, one of the great advantages of the non-glue waist sticker is that it will not worry about sticking to the baby's tender skin.
3. Mommy should wash her hands clean before changing diapers to avoid bacteria from touching the baby's skin.
4. The diapers should be stored in a dry and ventilated room free from direct sunlight to prevent rain, snow and ground moisture, and should not be stored together with polluting or toxic chemicals.