Having good hygiene habits involves more than just hand-washing. Teaching your kids to have a healthy hygiene routine when they’re young can create habits that last throughout their lives. Use this head-to-toenails guide, and teach your kids good hygiene habits.
Clean teeth and gums can prevent a wide range of health issues, including bad breath, cavities, and heart disease later in life. Your child should brush and floss at least twice per day, if not after every meal.
Bathing plays an important part in your kid’s life. Your child may love it or hate it. But make sure that they should bath properly for their hygiene care. Teach your child to bathe twice in a day- before they go to school and after they come back.
Encourage him/her to scrub the different parts of the body like the armpits, groin, legs, and feet.
Toddlers and preschoolers still need parents to help them with skin care. Skin blemishes such as due to rashes, bumps, scabs
Before your child gets dressed after their bath, help them look over their skin from head to toe to make sure they don’t have any new blemishes that need care.
The bathroom or the toilet is one of the places in the house that contain the maximum germs.
Teach your child to wipe or wash after every time they go potty.
Teach them how to flush on their own.
Remind them to wash their hands every time they use the bathroom.