Choosing The Right Type Of Diaper?
Good afternoon, I want to ask for the use of diapers on babies over 6 months which is better huh ?? Are disposables or can you re-wash them? Then the reason why?
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Using disposable diapers or diapers that can be washed and reused actually is the choice of each parent. Each type of diaper has advantages and disadvantages. The most important thing is that you prioritize security for your baby. It means that in this case there is no one better, but you need to pay attention to every type of diaper you use.
If you choose to use disposable diapers, make sure you use disposable diapers that are proven to be chlorine free or disposable diapers with organic cotton. In addition, you can also choose disposable diapers that are free of latex, perfume, and coloring.
The advantage of these disposable diapers is that they are more practical and easy to use. In addition, various types of diapers can also be an option, for example diapers that contain gel soaking liquid urine so that it can hold more fluid so it does not need to be replaced often and does not leak easily. This soaking gel can also make the baby's skin stay dry so that your child still feels comfortable and is not fussy when urinating.
If you choose to use this disposable diaper, a few other things to note include:
If using a diaper with rubber around the baby's groin and waist, should not be too tight or buy a larger size. If a rash appears on the groin and waist, baby's skin may be sensitive to a material from the diaper brand. Alternatively you can choose or try the brand Other Always wash hands after changing a child's diaper to prevent the spread of germs. However, if you are still worried about the disposable diapers used today. You are free to choose to switch to cloth diapers. Although it does not absorb much of the baby's urine, washable cloth diapers are certainly free of the dyes and chemicals of concern. And if you are going to use cloth diapers that can be reused, the following things you need to pay attention to are:
Cloth diapers that are wet with faeces or baby stools should be washed first. When washing cloth diapers, separate them from other clothes and use gentle detergents specifically for babies to prevent irritation to the baby's skin due to detergents. Always washing hands after changing baby diapers to prevent the spread of germs. That's all our answer, hopefully it's useful