Bathing can be difficult for someone with limited mobility. Just moving to a tub or shower can be challenging. With Comfort Bath Cleansing Washcloths, there’s no need to move to running water.
Each washcloth is pre-moistened with a unique blend of skin-friendly, rinse-free cleansers and moisturizers to clean and soften skin. There’s no need for soap, water, washcloths, or moisturizers—everything you need is right in each washcloth.
- Cleansers leave skin feeling clean
- Moisturizers enriched with aloe and vitamin E for soft, nourished skin
- Ultra-thick cloths are softer than the average washcloth and gentle on skin
Giving a warm, relaxing bath has never been easier. Follow the instructions on the back of the package to warm Comfort Bath in your microwave. The insulated package keeps the cloths warm for the length of the bath.
Each package contains 8 cloths—one for each area of the body. The back of the package includes a diagram with suggested bathing instructions.
Purified water (aqua), methylpropanediol, glycerin, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate,
decyl glucoside, phenoxyethanol, polysorbate 20, citric acid, benzoic acid, dehydroacetic acid, ethylhexylglycerin, simethicone, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), aloe barbadensis leaf, fragrance (parfum).
Polyester (PET) Fiber
8 x 8 inches
- Peel open label without removing.
- Skin Check? Guide may be set aside for later use.
- Warm package no longer than one minute.
- Since microwave wattage varies, adjust heating time accordingly.
- Reseal label to retain warmth.
- Discard immediately if washcloths are dry.
- May also be used at room temperature or warmed in a Comfort Personal Cleansing Warmer.
- To reheat a minimum of 2 or more cloths, warm in package for no more than 20 seconds.
If there is any indication washcloths are excessively hot, do not use. Remember, gloves diminish your sensitivity to heat. Closely monitor heat level with infants, unresponsive or skin-sensitive individuals.
Use one washcloth for each area of the body then discard. Package for individual use only. DO NOT FLUSH CLOTHS IN TOILET.
1. Face, Neck, Chest
2. Right Arm/Axilla
3. Left Arm/Axilla
5. Right Leg
6. Left Leg
Basin Baths (Sponge Baths) - Potentially Harmful
The basin bath (sponge bath) is a common bathing practice performed both in hospitals and the home. But a recent study shows that 98% of basins tested at several sites were contaminated with bacteria, including the "superbug" MRSA.
Skin Check? Promotes Communication
Our Skin Check Guide makes it easy to monitor and report any changes in patient skin condition, improving communication between all levels of caregivers and promotes routine skin care.
References: 1. Results from survey conducted at APIC 2010. Data on file. 2. Marchaim D, et al., Hospital bath basins are frequently contaminated with multi-drug resistant human pathogens. Poster presented at SHEA 21st Annual Scientific Meeting, April 2011. 3. Johnson D, Lineweaver, Maze L, Patients' bath basins as potential sources of infection: a multicenter sampling study, AJCC, Vol 18, No 1, Jan 2009.
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