HADAHUG, which can be used by children as young as 0 years old, comes in two cleaning agents. One is a solid moisturizing soap and the other is a pump-type full-body foaming soap. Both can be used from the time your baby is a newborn all the way through. Ishikawa, who is a mother of two and was involved in the development of HADAHUG, told us about the difference between the two products.
For babies before they can hold their heads up, I think it is best to use the full-body foaming soap. You don't need to lather up, and you can wash your baby while holding him or her with one hand. Until babies are 2 to 3 months old, their mother's hormones cause them to secrete a lot of sebum. Foam soap, which absorbs dirt by simply spreading it on the skin without scrubbing, is gentle on baby's skin and is a good cleaning agent for new mothers and fathers in particular. We have also included bubble soap in our "Outing Set," which is convenient for carrying around.
After the baby is 3 months old, we recommend "Moisturizing Soap. This is because it contains emollients (oils). The foam is fine and elastic, and softly removes dirt and grime while maintaining the moisture content in the horny layer of the skin. It leaves the skin moist and clean. If possible, please use a foaming net. The amount of foam is probably more than you can imagine.
The most common cleaning agent for babies is weakly acidic. On the other hand, HADAHUG "Moisturizing Soap" and "Foaming Soap" are both formulated to be slightly alkaline. This is because they have the appropriate cleaning power to remove dirt from babies, who tend to be slightly acidic, such as sweat, sebum, and drool. The foam rinses off easily and does not take long to rinse. We hope this will help moms and dads feel relieved and reduce their stress.
For a list of HADAHUG items, click here