The child’s hands are dirty, do you rinse with water, baby wipes, or wipe with a wet towel? If you are wiping with wet wipes, then you should pay attention.
Parents all know that disease enters from the mouth. In order to prevent bacteria from entering the baby’s body, hands have become the focus of cleaning. Now that there are convenient wipes, and the disinfection effect is good, parents regard the wipes as the cleaning item of choice. Let’s reveal the secrets inside the wipes.
At present, many disinfection products on the market contain disinfectant ingredients such as detergents and fungicides. After wiping the child’s hands with such a wet tissue, the bacteria on the hands are eliminated, but after the water of the disinfectant evaporates, the solid particles of the disinfectant will remain on the child’s hands. When the child sucks the finger, the disinfectant particles dissolve in the child’s saliva and enter the gastrointestinal tract.
After the disinfectant particles enter the child’s gastrointestinal tract, they will kill the normal bacteria that exist in the child’s intestine itself. The normal bacteria in the intestinal tract can not only help the human body digest and absorb nutrients in food, but also protect the intestinal mucosa from the invasion of pathogenic bacteria, inhibit the excessive reproduction of pathogenic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, and avoid the occurrence of diseases. The beneficial bacteria in the human body are probiotics. It is impossible for disinfectants to distinguish which bacteria are beneficial to the human body and which bacteria are harmful to the human body.
1. It is very important to protect children’s little hands clean, but the method should be appropriate.
2. You can use wet towels or handkerchiefs that have been washed with water to wipe your children’s hands, and try not to use disinfectant wet wipes.
3. If disinfectant wipes are used, the child’s hands should be washed with clean water to remove residual disinfectant particles on the hands and avoid the occurrence of chronic disinfectant ingestion.
4. Wet wipes should not be used on sensitive and injured parts of the baby. Discontinue use if skin irritation occurs during use.
5. After the wet wipes are used, be sure to stick the sealing stickers of the wet wipes to prevent water evaporation and ensure its sterilization and disinfection effect.
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Post time: Aug-02-2022