Baby Bath Towel made from Organic Cotton with Owl Design
Bathing your baby is a routine that is a delightful pause in the day for both of you. Keeping an eye on the baby bath temperature is common sense but what about after the bath? Keeping your babies head warm and helping them feel secure after removing them from the water is easy when you use a hooded baby bath towel to ensure security and comfort is immediately felt by your baby.
When you are choosing products for your baby, this Organic Cotton Hooded Towel for your baby (OE 100 certified) is our top pick.
Dimensions: Approx 76cm x 76cm making it ideal for newborns and useful for up until 2-3yrs. The quality organic cotton fabric is divine and you will find yourself using this for more than one child.
The neutral owl design makes this organic baby bath towel a great Baby Shower or Nursery Gift due to the combination of practicality and beauty! Organic Cotton Hooded Baby Towel.
Soft to the touch, these generous hooded towels are designed to wrap completely around baby after a bath or even a swim Easy Machine wash and dry. 30″ x 30″ (76 x 76 cm)
How often should I bath my baby?
Generally for newborns we recommend a bath only once or twice a week. They are not dirty newborns except for nappies! Their skin is just getting used to the air and dry environment outside the womb so we recommend not bathing every day until they are a little older. Soap is not required. If their bottom is a little dirty, you can keep your baby’s genitals clean between baths by using warm water and cotton wool. About 5-10 minutes is long enough for a baby bath. This is especially important if your baby has dry or sensitive skin. Have their baby bath towel handy. Place the towel over your shoulder with hooded section laying flat. Place baby on towel while still set, fold hood over their head first and then bring the tail of the towel up to cover their back and bottom.
This habit will help them feel secure and warm quickly after leaving the lovely warm baby bath temperature. A lot of heat escapes via a baby’s head so using a hooded bath towel to cover and dry their head quickly is good common sense for a newborn baby.