keep your newborn clean

Our world has crossed a population of 7 billion. There is news that 385,000 babies are taking birth daily. Besides taking care of other things in the life of infants, one must remember the necessity of personal hygiene as well. Keeping yourself and your infant neat and clean gives a good gesture about your personality. Despite this, it will also protect your baby from different diseases. 

Babies are liked by everyone. That is the reason everyone tries to grab them in their laps. But if you are not checking the personal hygiene of your baby, your baby may lose the attention of others. Most newly married couples struggle while handling their infants.

Here are some tips to keep your baby neat and clean.

Take a bath

The first and foremost thing is to take a bath. Bath your baby in winter as well. It’s a wrong conception that a baby does not enjoy baths in winter. Use good quality shampoo and soap for your baby’s bath. Once the bath is over, make him dry while using towels. You can use a cotton bath towel that weighs 400 GSM and above and is considered to be good quality. Take care of your infants while making them dry. Do not rub the towel so hard that your baby feels pain.

Wear neat dress

While watching movies, dramas, or any season you feel the hero is most attractive. Have you ever thought of the reason behind it? One of the main reasons is his clothes. Good clothes give a better look of yours in front of others. Put on a good and clean dress for your baby to look attractive. Doing this you will experience better attention to your baby. Dirty clothes throw out smells. Microbes and germs will be more likely to attack such a child. This attack can lead to severe disease as well. 

Watch your eating

There is a quote which shows that, Eat to live, not live to eat. Our body is made up of different compositions. We need food to carry on those compositions and functionality of the system normally. When we come to the diet of newborns we must keep that in check. Newborns normally are fed through bottles called feeders. You should not feed them everything with one feeder. Have a collection of feeders for different types of feeding materials. Moreover, wash the feeders right after feeding. This will prevent smelling from the feeders.


You should also remove the nails of your baby when growing up. Cut nails when the baby is sleeping. Keep your baby’s private parts neat and clean otherwise, he may get an infection and cause trouble for you.

Babies can’t talk about their hygiene. He neither understands the purpose of cleanliness nor he can do it himself. It is the responsibility of the parents to keep them neat and clean.

Here is a quote about cleanliness;

“Cleanliness is not next to godliness. It isn’t even in the same neighbourhood. No one has ever gotten a religious experience out of removing burned-on cheese from the grill of the toaster oven.” ― Erma Bombeck