If you’re reading this then you must be a new mum, congratulations! You’re probably wondering where to start with a lot of things but we’ve got nappy changing covered for you.
It might take you a few goes to get used to it but you’ll be changing nappies so frequently that you will get the hang of it in no time.
We’ve compiled a list of all of the essential information you need to know about how to change your baby’s nappy correctly so check it out below.
- Lay your baby on their back where you would like to change them. It’s important to remember to never leave your baby unattended, regardless of how old they are, as they can roll off the changing table or bed, even if it’s just for a few seconds.
- Remove your baby’s used nappy by undoing the sticky tabs at the front and gently lifting them up by their legs.
- Wrap the used nappy up and place it in a nappy bag to ensure that no smells spread.
- Carefully clean your baby’s nappy area with wipes. Always remember to wipe from front to back for boys and girls.
- Pick your baby’s legs up again and place a clean nappy under them.
- Pull the front of the nappy up on your baby’s belly. On both sides of the nappy there are wings, you should stick each of the sticky tabs on them to the front of the nappy. The nappy should be snug but not too tight on your baby. Pampers® New Baby nappies are ideal as they are designed to minimise leaks and are dermatologically tested and approved by experts at the Skin Health Alliance so you don’t have to worry about your baby’s skin.
As a new mum it can be overwhelming as there are lots of nappy options, but you know you’re making the right choice with Pampers® New Baby nappies as they are made with a unique DermaComfort layer with absorbent pores that instantly pulls wetness & mess away and lock them inside the nappy. So your baby’s skin remains dry and healthy.
Pampers® New Baby nappies are specially designed to provide comfort and protection. If you’re worried about breathability for baby’s skin, they have an airy top sheet, a quick dry core and wetness indicator which will all work to ensure your little ones’ delicate skin is protected.
Prolonged contact with urine or poo can affect the condition of baby’s sensitive skin, as well as causing discomfort and stress. Pampers New Baby nappies are especially designed to provide the softest and most caring protection, so you know you’re doing what’s best for your baby.
- Wash your hands when you are finished and disinfect the area where you changed the nappy.
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