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Newborn babies are basically easy to care for. Nevertheless, you should pay attention to a few points when caring for them so that your child really wants for nothing.

What do I need for the perfect care for my child?

This is what you should have at home for the care of your baby:
  • Nail scissors
  • Nasal aspirator
  • Safety cotton swabs
  • Wash pad
  • Bath brush
  • Clinical thermometer
  • Bath thermometer
  • Toothbrush trainer
  • Skin care oil, e.g. organic almond oil
  • Baby care cream
  • Wound protection cream
  • Baby hairbrush

What to look for in baby care

Baby care is very important. However, it is very important to pay attention to a few things.
-Wash your baby's hands and face in the morning and evening with warm water and a clean flannel, no soap is needed.
-Make sure you don't wash the baby too often. Once or twice a week is enough, otherwise the acid mantle of the skin will be attacked too much. You can, however, add a few drops of high-quality vegetable oil (preferably almond oil or olive oil), breast milk or cream to the bath to protect the skin's acid mantle and compensate for the loss of moisture.
-If you want to do something good for your baby, give him a massage with oil, which is not only good for the skin but also helps your baby to relax.

How to cut finger and toenails correctly

After birth, you don't normally have to worry about cutting your baby's fingernails and toenails. Of course, there are exceptions and your baby could hurt itself with its fingernails, so it's best to keep your eyes open.

Here is what you should pay attention to

Do it step by step and work too slow rather than too fast. It is best to just follow the natural curve. If you only cut small pieces of the nail at a time, you reduce the risk of hurting your baby. One thing you should be careful of is not to cut the nails too short, because the cuticles of babies grow very far forward, and you should be aware of this. Babies don't have much patience, which means that you may not always get all the nails cut at once, but that's normal.

Eyes and Ears Care

Cleaning ears the right way

Babies also produce earwax which needs to be cleaned from time to time. But don't use cotton buds, because they only push the wax deeper into the ear. Instead, use cotton wool or the end of a cloth nappy.

Clean eyes - better vision

The best way to clean your eyes is with a cotton swab. Soak it in lukewarm, sterile water beforehand and then wipe from the outside inwards, i.e. towards the nose.

Free nose - free breath

However, since you cannot simply blow your baby's nose as you can with adults, you need special aids to remove secretions.
With the nasal aspirator, you can easily and gently remove accumulated secretions from your baby's nose and make it easier for him to breathe, sleep and eat when he has cold symptoms.
The nasal aspirator is a particularly gentle and noiseless alternative to electrical devices, because it removes secretions simply, safely and effectively by gently sucking on the mouthpiece. The suction strength can be manually adjusted at any time to gently remove secretions from the irritated baby's nose.

The right dental care for your child

The time has come between the 6th and 8th month of life. The first milk teeth appear. So start with the right dental care as early as possible. You don't know how? We can help you.

The first milk tooth erupts from about six to eight months. Dental care should start from the first tooth by brushing at least once a day. Finger sticks, for example, are good for this. As soon as the first tooth erupts, dental care can begin. At the very beginning, it is usually enough to brush the baby's teeth with a damp flannel or a fingerstall. If more teeth come in, you should use a children's toothbrush and toothpaste for babies and children.

To make sure that your child does not forget to brush any part of the tooth, it is best to use the KAI method:

K= The chewing surfaces: The chewing surfaces of the teeth are brushed first with back and forth movements.

A= The outer surfaces: The outer surfaces are cleaned afterwards with circular movements. The teeth are placed on top of each other during this process.

I= The inner surfaces: Finally, brush the inner surfaces from red to white (from the gums to the teeth).