|€7.50 * / 1 l
|€6.50 * / 1 l
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- Order number: 250003
- EAN: 4001499939013
Powerful but gentle cleaning without perfume and dyes
In a practical and ecologically sensible refill pack
Frosch Baby Rinse Cleaner powerfully yet gently removes milk, porridge and food residues from baby accessories such as baby bottles, teats, teething rings or washable toys. The baby-friendly, hypoallergenic formula does not contain perfumes or dyes, rinses off without leaving any residue and is therefore completely safe for your baby. Thanks to its pH neutrality, which has been dermatologically tested, Frosch Baby Rinse Cleaner is also particularly gentle on your hands.
Organic quality in 9 points
Thorough, uncomplicated, ecological - since 1986, the Frosch brand has stood for environmentally friendly detergents, cleaning agents and cleansers. Vegan and without animal ingredients. Frosch not only thinks about the environment when it comes to its formulas, the brand also takes ecological responsibility in all other aspects of the product cycle.
|Green power formula with nature-based active ingredients to underline care and cleaning properties.
|With surfactants of renewable plant origin - with high, rapid biodegradability.*
|Excellent skin-friendliness of the dermatologically tested formulations. Minimized use of mild preservatives and carefully selected perfume components or complete absence of them.
|Free of phosphate, borate, formaldehyde, EDTA and organohalogen compounds.
|Less environmental impact due to reduced use of packaging materials and future-oriented use of recycled and recyclable materials.
|Vegan, without animal ingredients.
|Sustainable and energy-conscious production at manufacturing sites whose environmental management is certified according to EMAS (Eco- Management and Audit Scheme) , ISO 50.001 and A.I.S.E. (International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products).
|In-house water treatment plant to ensure the highest hygiene standards of our products and maximum wastewater pre-treatment.
|More than 30 years of experience in the development and production of environmentally friendly detergents.
The Frosch organic quality. Good for you, good for the environment. Simply really good.
|Products with organic ingredients:
|Werner & Mertz GmbH
|Werner & Mertz GmbH, Rheinallee 96, 55120 Mainz, Deutschland
|Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Coco-Glucoside, Sodium Benzoate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, N-Acyl, N-Methyl Glucamine, Propylene Glycol, Panthenol, Lactic Acid, Amide Polyglycol Ether, Glycerin, Amylase
Cleanliness and hygiene for children
Children love to play in the dirt, romp around in puddles or bake delicious sand cakes in the sandbox. Parents are less pleased when their little ones are completely dirty, from top to bottom. But how dangerous is it for children to be exposed to dirt and grime while playing? It used to be said that "a lot helps a lot!", but is that really true? A certain amount of cleanliness must be natural, in excess just the hygiene in the environment can make sick.
Personal hygiene and baby care
While still in the hospital, your child already experiences the first care, namely the cleaning after the weaning. Either the pediatric nurse will show you how to care for the navel properly or your midwife will. There are different ways to keep the navel clean, so don't be upset if you get different advice. Usually, the navel falls off within the first seven days after birth. If something is wrong, contact your midwife or a pediatrician immediately.
What to basically keep in mind when caring for your baby.
An infant, even if you might think so, does not have such poor defenses, because during the first three months it can still enjoy the so-called nest protection (protection of the child against pathogens by maternal antibodies) through breastfeeding. During this time, your baby is still well protected against more harmless colds. Of course, a few things should still be observed, especially in the early days:
- only touch the baby with clean hands
- Treat skin injuries carefully
- Do not put baby near sick people
- Air the apartment/house often, as bacteria collect in warm rooms
- change baby's bedding regularly
Breastfeeding or bottle feeding, what hygiene should be observed?
The immune system of infants is not yet as strong as that of adults. They first have to get used to germs, which means that pathogens can settle in them more quickly.
If you are breastfeeding your child, you should make sure that you have
- use a sterile pump set and a sterile milk container. Cleaning can be done either in the dishwasher, but it is better to boil the equipment and containers or use a sterilizer
- wash hands before pumping.
If you are using bottled milk, make sure that you
- rinse the bottle and teat hot after each meal, provided for this purpose: Bottle brushes.
- Clean grooves in the teat properly.
- Boil the bottle and teat for five to ten minutes.
- put the cleaned things on a clean cloth and cover them with one as well.
How often should the baby bathe?
Bathing every day is not necessary and would also attack the protective layer of the skin too much, so daily washing and bathing once or twice a week is sufficient. Regular control of skin folds, can prevent the formation of wounds.
Ears, nose, nails & teeth - how are they cared for?
Under no circumstances should a cotton swab be used to clean baby's ears, as there is a risk of breaking the swab or damaging the eardrum. An alternative is to clean the auricle with either a damp or an oil-soaked cotton ball, otherwise the ears will clean themselves. :)
Also, under no circumstances should such a stick get into baby's nose, for this there is a special nasal aspirator to free the nose. Otherwise, as with the ears, the nose cleans itself, such as sneezing.
In the first four weeks after birth, you should not cut your baby's fingernails yet, and toenails only after a few months.
Your little one's first tooth already needs to be brushed. You can start the dental care with a damp cotton ball or a rag. Once your child has three to four teeth, you can go buy the first baby toothbrush. Make sure there is no food debris stuck between the teeth.
How often should an infant be swaddled?
Many babies often have sore bottoms, this is sometimes due to the fact that baby skin is generally very thin and delicate. This makes it susceptible to bacteria and fungi, which particularly like to settle and multiply in warm/humid regions. If you can, you can also let your baby romp naked, as fresh air prevents soreness and has a healing effect on a sore bottom. Certain foods also cause a sore bottom, pay attention to what your child has eaten. There should be an initial reaction within the first 24 to 36 hours. And of course, change diapers after every bowel movement and otherwise about every three to four hours.