Clean, Healthy Skin, No Hassles
Whether you are on the go or bathing your newborn at home, fragrance-free Baby Bath makes it easy to give your baby a warm, cleansing bath. There's no need to gather multiple products such as soaps, baby shampoos, a basin or bowl, washcloths, towels, cotton balls, baby wipes, and lotions, or even running water to give your baby a cleansing bath.
Experts recommend bathing your newborn every few days so long as you are addressing the areas that really need attention, the face, neck, and diaper area.1 The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends sponge baths until the umbilical cord falls off.2 Experts suggest that bathing every few days can help prevent your baby's skin from drying out with the use of traditional soaps.2
Baby Bath cloths are pH-balanced, meaning they won't dry out your baby's skin. Plus, the solution is dermatologist-tested and proven to be hypoallergenic, gentle, and non-irritating.3 The ultra-soft cloths are also safe to use on your baby's face and diaper area.
Soothing Warmth in Seconds
Giving your baby a relaxing, soothing and warm bath is easier than ever, just put Baby Comfort Bath packages in the microwave! Unlike basin or bowl water, which starts cooling immediately, baby Bath's insulated package keeps cloths warm throughout the bathing process.
Ultra-Soft and Durable Washcloths
Each package of Baby Comfort Bath contains 4 premium heavyweight washcloths, one for each area of the body. Indulge your baby in a comforting bath while cleansing and moisturizing their skin.
What is pH-balanced?
The pH scale ranges from 0-14 and measures how acidic or basic a substance is. Normal, healthy skin has a pH between 4.5 to 5.5. Most deodorant bar soaps have a pH between 9.5 to 12.0, a difference in pH that can be harsh on the skin, leaving it dry and altering the skin pH level. All Comfort Bath? products have pH levels between 4.7 to 4.9, well within the range of healthy skin.
What is Skin Check�?
Skin Check is a peel off guide that comes on every package of Sage Comfort Bath? products to help monitor and report changes in skin condition. It was originally designed to improve communication in hospitals, but can be used by caretakers at any level to promote routine skin care.
References: 1. Baby bath basics: A parent's guide. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved July 29, 2014. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/infant-and-toddler-health/in-depth/healthy-baby/art-20044438. 2. Bathing your newborn. American Academy of Pediatrics. Retrieved July 29, 2014. http://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/bathing-skin-care/Pages/Bathing-Your-Newborn.aspx 3. West DP, Scheman A, 21-day cumulative irritancy patch test: Comfort Bath? Cleansing System. Northwestern Univ Dept of Dermatology, Chicago IL, May/June 1998.