Baby Care

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Baby Care

Here you can find anything you want for your baby, including teether and clip, anti-colic bottle, breast pads, soother clip, nipple shields, silicone soother, and many, many more!

There's a lot to think about as you prepare for your baby's arrival, but once you have all the newborn baby essentials you need for the first three months or so, you'll feel more prepared for the day you bring your baby girl or boy home. Use our baby checklist products to discover what you may still need for the nursery, as well as what other things you may need including must-have clothing items, bath time essentials, and much more. Even if you already have a baby and you just want to replace some disappointing products you already bought, we are here for you and your needs!

Our baby care checklist is the best for your needs, at least in the first months

Let's talk about some essentials you must know when you are expecting a baby or you already have one:

 1. Feeding Supplies

If you are breastfeeding, you don't need much more than your breasts - and the contact information for a good lactation consultant or breastfeeding support group should you encounter a breastfeeding challenge. If you are bottle-feeding, we recommend at least 5-8 bottles. Here you can find as many bottles as you want, every bottle made for your need.

 2. Bath Items

For the first week or two, until your baby's umbilical cord falls off, doctors recommend giving your baby a sponge bath. After that, you don't need to bathe your baby daily - three times a week or so will suffice. 

Bathing your baby too often can dry out or irritate their skin. Don't worry, though, between spit-ups and diaper changes, there will be lots of opportunities to do a little spot cleaning in-between baths. 

Here at Health7, you can find a lot of bath essentials for your baby, so don't worry, we give only the best for you and your sweet child!

 3. Bedding and Sleep Needs

Whatever bed you choose for your newborn (crib, cradle, bassinet, co-sleeper), it is recommended that your baby sleep in the same room with you for the first 6-12 months of life.

If you want some quiet in your room, you may want to try our teether and clip relaxing and bite products.