The baby bath is an essential childcare accessory for the toilet of newborns. It allows you to wash your baby freely without risking slipping. In addition, there are many models for toddler baths that adapt easily to any size of your bathroom. Follow FSHANSE guide to find out how to choose a bathtub with confidence to bathe your baby.
The different types of bathtubs
There are several kinds of baby baths. Some models fit over classic bathtubs, others fit in showers. You will find rigid tubs with arches that are put on the tub or with a support on feet so that baby is at your height. The changing table with bathtub is a practical all-in-1 model suitable for small spaces. With plenty of storage, it can be placed regardless of the size of your room. Folding bathtubs are recommended to save space but also for parents who would like to travel with an infant. The collapsible tub is easy to store, has more benefits than the inflatable baby tub which requires you to inflate and deflate it with each use. Finally, at bath time, the bath lounger is the ideal solution for newborns. Some baby baths have the upgradeable functionality of transitioning from a recliner to a bathtub safely for a toddler.
How to choose it?
An ergonomic and non-slip model seems to be the priority to wash baby comfortably. If you have a small bathroom, it would be best to opt for a classic baby bathtub to sit in the shower tray or a plastic bathtub with adjustable legs to avoid back pain. The folding bathtub is very interesting: not cumbersome, it saves real space. It will be appreciated by young parents who wish to travel with their infants. Finally, if you have a large bathroom with a bathtub, you are spoiled for choice! The first prices start around 15 euros and climb to over 100 euros for more advanced models. The best brands are Babymoov, Bébé Confort and Beaba.
Opt for pretty bath accessories!
Share this moment of relaxation with the family with practical and fun accessories. Choose a compact rigid tub with a built-in drain plug or bung as well as a drain hose for wastewater disposal. Then, opt for a non-slip bath mat to put on the bottom of the bathtub in a color matching the bath thermometer, easily manipulated bath toys, a towel holder to quickly wrap baby after his bath or handles for transport the tub easily. In addition, a reducer or a baby bath seat will allow your newborn to bathe safely. Finally, coordinate the bath cape to dry your baby and the changing mat in the same colors as your child's bathtub for more decorative harmony.