A baby bath thermometer will let you know whether the temperature of your baby’s bath water is safe. We’ve found the best baby bath thermometers on the market.
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It’s hard to judge by touch whether or not the temperature of the bathwater is safe for your baby, which is where baby bath thermometers come in. A crucial piece of baby equipment, a bath thermometer, will let you know whether the temperature of your baby’s bathwater is safe.
What temperature should my baby’s bath water be?
The ideal temperature for a baby’s bath is around 36-38 degrees celsius which is around body temperature. The water should feel neither hot nor cold. It’s a good idea to put cold water in the bath first, then add hot water before mixing the water well to ensure there aren’t any hot spots.
It’s also important not to put your baby in the bath while the water is still running, as the temperature can quickly change.
Never leave your baby unattended in the bath, not even for a second, even if there is an older child in the bathtub or you are using a bath seat.
How deep should my baby’s bath water be?
For newborns and babies up to six months, the water should be around five inches deep, or just enough for your baby to settle in the water with their shoulders covered. For older babies and children, the bath should never be more than waist-high when your children are sat down.
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