Baby Care Tips
  • The Importance of Using a Sterilizer to Disinfect Baby Bottles
    The Importance of Using a Sterilizer to Disinfect Baby Bottles
    Bacteria are everywhere Bacteria are not visible to the naked eye, and sometimes a baby's diarrhea may be affected by bacteria left on the bottle. To solve this problem we need a bottle sterilizer. Benefits of sterilizing baby bottles Keeping baby bottles clean and free from harmful bacteria is crucial for the health and well-being of your little one. We will explore the importance of using a sterilizer to disinfect baby bottles and why it should be an essential part of your baby care routine. Advantages of UV sterilizer Ensures Hygiene and Safety: Using a sterilizer to disinfect baby bottles helps eliminate harmful germs, bacteria, and viruses that may be present on the bottles. The high temperatures generated by the sterilizer effectively kill 99.9% of bacteria, ensuring proper hygiene and safety for your baby. Protection against Illnesses: Babies have delicate immune systems that are still developing, making them more susceptible to infections and illnesses. By sterilizing their bottles, you can significantly reduce the risk of your baby falling ill due to contaminated bottles, providing them with a healthier environment to thrive.   Effective Removal of Milk Residue: Baby bottles often contain milk residue, which can be challenging to remove completely using traditional cleaning methods. Sterilizers use UV or other disinfection methods to reach all parts of the bottle, effectively removing any stubborn residue and ensuring a thorough clean.   Time and Energy Saving: Using a sterilizer saves valuable time and energy. Unlike manual cleaning, which requires scrubbing and boiling water, a sterilizer easily automates the process. Simply load the bottles into the sterilizer, press a button, and let it do the work for you. This convenience allows you to focus on other essential tasks while ensuring the bottles are properly disinfected. Multipurpose Functionality: Not only can be used to disinfect baby bottles, but also can be used to disinfect baby clothes, toys, kitchen utensils, knives.   Maintaining clean and hygienic baby bottles is crucial for your baby's health. Using a sterilizer ensures the complete eradication of bacteria and provides a safe feeding environment. With its time-saving functionality and ability to perform various tasks, a multi-functional sterilizer like the 22L intelligent UV sterilizer mentioned above is a valuable addition to your baby care arsenal. Prioritize your baby's well-being by making a sterilizer an integral part of your routine.
  • Pumping Breast Milk Guide
    Pumping Breast Milk Guide
    There are a lots of reasons you might want to pump breastmilk instead of breastfeeding directly   The Following Reasons For Pumping And Bottle Feeding: • You don't want to breastfeed • Multiple babies or a premature baby • Baby has difficulty latching     • You are returning to work  • You prefer to know how much milk your little one is getting • Breastfeeding is painful and you prefer pumping       How to pump the breastmilk? Pump in the early morning. Many moms get the most milk first thing in the morning. Pump between breastfeeding, either 30-60 minutes after nursing or one hour before breastfeeding. If your baby wants to breastfeed right after breast pumping, let them!     How do I know my breasts are empty when I pump? Empty means you have taken most of the milk out of your breast. When your breasts are empty after pumping, they should feel soft, fluffy, or flat like a pancake. You shouldn't feel any lumps.   How long should I pump milk from each breast? Ideally, you should pump for at least 15-20 minutes from each breast. In the early days, it may take 30 minutes or more and that is fine unless your breasts do not pain on touch. While pumping, the breast milk may take a few minutes to come out.   The difference between a manual and an electric breast pump: Manual Breast Pump - Manual breast pumps work without electricity. They are manually operated and can only be used on one breast at a time. The pump is placed on the breast and the other hand is used to "pump" the lever to create suction. These pumps are generally less expensive than electric pumps, and are often very light and compact, making them a great option for those on a budget or limited space.   Electric Breast pump - Electric breast pumps express your milk quickly and require less effort to use than manual breast pumps. Unlike a manual pump, once the cup is in place on your breast, the work is automatically done for you, at a pace that you preset. This saves you from aching hands or difficult-to-maintain pumping patterns. And save more time, even when you are working you can still suck the breast milk, without embarrassment. An electric breast pump is the ideal choice for women who express regularly or exclusively as it is faster than a manual pump, allowing you to express and store more breastmilk       Whether you're at home, work or out, pump anywhere anytime! This intelligent electric breast pump with high-quality, wearable, hands free, safe PPSU material, bpa free. With night light memory function, accept oem odm service      
  • 7 Natural Ways to Produce More Breast Milk
    7 Natural Ways to Produce More Breast Milk
    Breastfeeding provides plenty of  benefits  for you and your little one. But breastfeeding doesn't always come easy—and creating enough breast milk can be a big problem!The most common causes of low supply are inadequate food and fluid intake, fatigue, high stress levels, and feeding the baby too infrequently or for only short periods of time.     Not sure how to make enough milk to feed your little one? Try the following 7 tips to maximize your breast milk production naturally.   1. Eat a Healthy Anti-Inflammatory Diet This healthy diet plan is heavy on fruits and vegetables, whole grains like brown rice, foods rich in omega-3s like salmon and flaxseeds, and vegetable proteins. Aim for about 2,500 calories per day.     2. Drink Plenty of Water Your body can't make milk if you're dehydrated. And you need more water than you probably think—in addition to the doctor-recommended eight glasses per day, you should add another 4 glasses in.     3. Sleep Whenever Possible Get restorative nightly sleep as often as you can and nap during the day when the baby is sleeping.     4. Find Ways to Stress Less Regularly practice healthy stress-reduction techniques, such as breathing work, do yoga and etc.     5. Delegate What You Can Ask your family for help with household duties, you can focus on feeding your baby and getting some rest.     6. Breastfeed Often The more often and the longer your little one latches on to suck, the more milk you'll produce. A lactation consultant can teach you the best techniques and positions to help you and your baby get the most out of breastfeeding.     7. Check Out Some Natural Breastfeeding Helpers A bowl of oatmeal a day is a traditional milk booster that's also good for you.  
  • The Best Baby Wipe Warmers for More Comfortable Diaper Changing
    The Best Baby Wipe Warmers for More Comfortable Diaper Changing
    Are Wipes Warmers Really Necessary? Yes, a wipe warmer is used to simply warm up the wipes that you use on your child. It has a top to down system of warming the wipes efficiently without getting it too dry. It makes the wipes warm and comfortable for the babies and sets it to the perfect temperature to provide some relief to the child and give some warmth.     Imagine: On a cold winter night, your little one wakes up crying and desperate for a diaper change. You go to reassure him and his cries subside for a minute, your baby cried even harder when the cold wipes hit his bare ass. When your whole family wakes up and the illusion that anyone can get a good night's sleep fades away,  a wipe warmer could be a good solution.     How Does a Wipe Warmer Work? If you're not familiar with this amazing appliance, the large wipes warmer dispenser looks like a regular wipe dispenser with the addition of a heating element that heats the wipes from the inside. The closed container keeps the wipes warm without drying, once the wipes are inside the infant wipe warmer close the lid and plug in 220V. Warming baby wipe that won't shock your baby once touched. Many parents swear by warm wipes to make diaper changes smoother. The warmth of the wipes can also more easily and effectively remove bacteria and debris from your baby's skin and create a more hygienic environment.     What to Look for in a Wet Tissue Warmer ?   45℃~55℃ Constant Temperature  Thermal sensor inside, the wet tissue warmer uses rapid top heating technology to surround the wipes and evenly heats them at a consistent temperature, 24 hours wipes warmer and avoids the shock of a cold wipe to your litte one's system   Special Top Heating 24 hours smart control, warming and moisting. Not only for baby wipe, but also for facial mask warming, Lock the moisture, keep humidity and freshness     Energy Saving 18W low energy consumption, one day consumption ≈0.4KWH   Large Capacity  Can hold 80pcs wipes, suitable for all sizes of wipes on the market     Contact us for more details about the Best Heated Wet Wipe Warmer    
  • How to Warm Breast Milk to Preserve the Nutrients
    How to Warm Breast Milk to Preserve the Nutrients
      As a new parent, you may be different reasons for you to opt to Electric Breast Pump or feed breast milk directly. However, sometimes, When the baby is too late to eat, you need storing the expressed milk in the freezer or refrigerator for using it subsequently, it is important to learn how to warm it up so that its nutrients remain intact! If you think that what is the big deal with warming up, well, it is trickier than you think. If you want to learn different ways to warm up breast milk and other important aspects related to the topic, just read the following to get more information!   Why You Need Warm Breast Milk Before Feeding If you want to give cold breast milk to your little one, you can do that, and there is no harm for your little one. However, the milk that babies feed directly from the breast is slightly warm; this means babies may prefer warm breast milk than cold ones. Another important reason to warm up the milk is to make it more digestible and nourishing for the babies because warmer foods are easier to digest than colder ones. Also, when the milk is refrigerated or frozen, the fat usually separates, and by warming it up or even bringing it to the room temperature helps in restoring the consistency of the milk.     How to store breast milk? Can be done in the following way: Room temperature: ≤ 25°C or 77°F, 6 hours Storage Tips • If you are not going to breastfeed your baby within 6 hours of expressing, you should freeze or refrigerate it within an hour of expressing refrigeration. • Label the container with the date and time. • Store small amounts separately to prevent wasting breast milk. • Always allow freshly expressed breast milk to cool before adding to frozen or frozen breast milk. • When freezing, leave an inch of space above the container.     Can Microwave Breast Milk? Never thaw or heat breast milk in a microwave. Microwaving can destroy nutrients in breast milk and create hot spots, which can burn a baby's mouth.    When breast milk is heated, it is best not to exceed 56 degrees. High temperature heating above 56 degrees Celsius will reduce the activity of A-immunoglobulin and enzymes. It is best to heat it at around 40 degrees. Mothers who want to save time and energy can choose a Electric Bottle Warmer, set the temperature of the milk warmer at 40 °C, and heat breast milk in water. The Breastmilk Warmer, its principle is the same as "warm water heating", but the milk warmer is more intelligent and more convenient. Pour the thawed breast milk into the bottle, put it in the bottle warmer, press the button, the bottle warmer will automatically heat up, which is very fast and convenient.       Why Choose Electric Bottle Warmer? Bottle Warmer Benefits Bottle warmers are considered healthier options than the microwave or the stove because they use a water bath or steam to warm the milk, constant temperature control without un...
  • More Tips About Infant Nutrition
    More Tips About Infant Nutrition
    What is the best nutrition for a newborn baby? Breast Milk Stick with breast milk or formula Breast milk is the ideal food for babies — with rare exceptions. If breastfeeding isn't possible, use infant formula. Healthy newborns don't need cereal, water, juice or other fluids.   What are the nutritional needs for an infant? Infants need energy from food for activity, growth, and normal development. Energy comes from foods containing carbohydrate, protein, or fat. The number of kilocalories (often termed “calories”) needed per unit of a person's body weight expresses energy needs.   What is the importance of nutrition in infancy? Correct feeding in the first three years of life is particularly important due to its role in lowering morbidity and mortality, reducing the risk of chronic disease throughout their life span, and promoting regular mental and physical development.     How to feed a baby after weaning? Introducing your baby to solid foods, sometimes called complementary feeding or weaning, should start when your baby is around 4~6 months old.   At the beginning, how much your baby eats is less important than getting them used to the idea of eating. They'll still be getting most of their energy and nutrients from breast milk or first infant formula. Giving your baby a variety of foods, alongside breast or formula milk, from around 4~6 months of age will help set your child up for a lifetime of healthier eating.   Gradually, you'll be able to increase the amount and variety of food your baby eats until they can eat the same foods as the rest of the family, in smaller portions. According to officials, the baby is suitable for fine and pure food at 4-6 months, small granular food at 7-9 months, large granular food at 9-12 months, and soft liquid food at >12 months.     So how do you prepare these foods for your little one? It is very important to have a baby food processors, which will save parents a lot of feeding troubles.         We would like to introduce our electric baby food chopper   Model: ODI-FSJ5  With double cups and double knives, raw and cooked separately, saving time. Suitable for your little one's daily  Know more details   Model: ODI-FSJ8 Electric wireless portable mini baby food blender with USB charging Know more details   YOICE have its own circuit board production workshop, Appearance design department, R&D and engineering department, we provide OEM ODM service. Know more
  • Best UV Steilizer For Your Little One
    Best UV Steilizer For Your Little One
    It's important to sterilise all your baby's feeding equipment, including bottles, nipple, toys,and other baby feeding product. There are lots of innovative sterilisers to help make this process easier and one of the most advanced ones are UV sterilisers, which can sterilise your little one's bottles get out of bacteria and germ.     Is UV sterilizer safe for babies? Yes, they are safe for babies, in fact, medical professionals have relied on UV sterilising to sterilise rooms and equipment for years now. Also, unlike UVB rays, which causes sunburn, UV sterilisers use artificial UVC rays, which kill germs and bacteria, safely and quickly.   What's UV? UV Technology GERM-KILLING LIGHT TARGETS THE DNA & RNA OF MICROBES DNA & RNA is the genetic material that makes up all living organisms, controlling their growth, development, functioning and reproduction. UV light produces electromagnetic energy that can destroy the ability of microorganisms to reproduce and cause inactivation of microbes by causing mutations and/or cell death.  UV light produces electromagnetic energy that can destroy the ability of microorganisms to reproduce and by causing photo-chemical reactions in nucleic acids (DNA & RNA).  The ultraviolet energy triggers the formation of specific thymine or cytosine dimers in DNA and uracil dimers in RNA, which causes inactivation of microbes by causing mutations and/or cell death and failure to reproduce.        The UV region covers the wavelength range 100-400 nm and is divided into three bands: UVA (315-400 nm) UVB (280-315 nm) UVC (100-280 nm)     We care what you care, our best UV sterilizer using this technology, UV light destroys germs at the DNA level. After a lot of research, UV-C light can destroy the DNA and RNA of bacteria, thereby eliminating the ability of bacteria to reproduce, and enhance the disinfection efficiency and eliminate the peculiar smell.  To protect you and your little one's healthy.     If you choose to bottle feed your baby, you need a good quality and reliable bottle UV sterilizer to help you keep all of your equipment clean and hygienic. Babies have very sensitive digestive systems. So every bottle, breast pump, and nipple must be zapped free of germs and bacteria between each feed. This newest baby UV bottle sterilizer keep your baby away from harmful germs with powerful UV light, killing 99.9% of germs and bacteria   Product Parameter: Product Model: ODI-XDG07F Number of sterilization lamps: 16pcs Capacity: 22L Product Size:386mm*300mm*390mm More Details  
  • Enjoy Breastfeeding, Baby Deserves It!
    Enjoy Breastfeeding, Baby Deserves It!
      Now, there are a few key facts that exist: ①Every infant and child has the right to good nutrition according to the "Convention on the Rights of the Child". ②Undernutrition is associated with 45% of child deaths. ③Globally in 2020, 149 million children under 5 were estimated to be stunted (too short for age), 45 million were estimated to be wasted (too thin for height), and 38.9 million were overweight or obese. ④About 44% of infants 0–6 months old are exclusively breastfed. ⑤Few children receive nutritionally adequate and safe complementary foods; in many countries less than a fourth of infants 6–23 months of age meet the criteria of dietary diversity and feeding frequency that are appropriate for their age. ⑥Over 820 000 children's lives could be saved every year among children under 5 years, if all children 0–23 months were optimally breastfed. Breastfeeding improves IQ, school attendance, and is associated with higher income in adult life. ⑦Improving child development and reducing health costs through breastfeeding results in economic gains for individual families as well as at the national level.   Undernutrition is estimated to be associated with 2.7 million child deaths annually or 45% of all child deaths. Infant and young child feeding is a key area to improve child survival and promote healthy growth and development. The first 2 years of a child’s life are particularly important, as optimal nutrition during this period lowers morbidity and mortality, reduces the risk of chronic disease, and fosters better development overall. Optimal breastfeeding is so critical that it could save the lives of over 820 000 children under the age of 5 years each year. WHO and UNICEF recommend: early initiation of breastfeeding within 1 hour of birth; exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life; and introduction of nutritionally-adequate and safe complementary (solid) foods at 6 months together with continued breastfeeding up to 2 years of age or beyond. However, many infants and children do not receive optimal feeding. For example, only about 44% of infants aged 0–6 months worldwide were exclusively breastfed over the period of 2015-2020.       Breastfeeding Exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months has many benefits for the infant and mother. Chief among these is protection against gastrointestinal infections which is observed not only in developing but also industrialized countries. Early initiation of breastfeeding, within 1 hour of birth, protects the newborn from acquiring infections and reduces newborn mortality. The risk of mortality due to diarrhoea and other infections can increase in infants who are either partially breastfed or not breastfed at all. Breast-milk is also an important source of energy and nutrients in children aged 6–23 months. It can provide half or more of a child’s energy needs between the ages of 6 and 12 months, and one third of energy needs between 12...

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