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Bathing aids are often items that can be installed in your bathroom to make bathing safer, such as safety steps, bath chairs, and sponges or brushes designed to help you clean hard-to-reach places. Some bathing aids are used by healthcare professionals and caregivers, while others can be purchased by you for everyday use. The goal of using bathing aids is to allow people who need assistance to get the hygienic care they need whether they are at home, in a nursing facility, or in a hospital setting.
Medical Body Wash
Medical body wash is designed to help people get clean without worrying about skin irritation or infection. Some medical body wash can be rinsed from the skin, while others require no water whatsoever. You can also find medical body cleansers in powder form. Medical body wash should be pH balanced and contain no fragrances or dyes. This ensures that the patient is getting clean without irritating a wound or without having to worry about skin irritation in general. You can find several varieties of medical body wash at CVS Pharmacy stores and online.
A sitz bath is a water bath specially designed to help ease the discomfort that is often associated with postpartum or episiotomy recuperation, hemorrhoids, or other genital or anal-area related conditions. This bath fits most standard toilets and comes with a solution bag. There is an on/off flow control so you can easily turn the water on or off as needed. This bathing aid helps to reduce messes and you can control the amount of fluid as required to help you feel clean and get relief without having to take a bath or shower. A sitz bath is usually FSA (Flexible Spending Account) eligible.
What Are Bathing Aids?
Bathing aids are used for people who are recovering from surgery, older adults, and those who have disabilities. These groups of people may need help with bathing. Taking a bath or shower takes a lot of physical ability. This is where bathing aids can come in handy to make the process easier. Bathing aids come in a range of products that can be installed or that just make the cleaning process easier. Some products that are used to help people include: • Wound protector cast • Cleansing wipes • Rinse-free shampoo and body wash • Body wash gloves Whether they are used at home, in a nursing home, or in a hospital, bathing aids allow people who need assistance to keep themselves clean.
How to Make Bathing Easier
For those recovering from surgery, there are bathing aids that can make it easier for a person to maintain their hygiene. They allow an individual to clean other body parts while helping the recovering body area to remain dry without needing the assistance of others. For older adults and those who have disabilities, bathing can be painful and embarrassing. Bathing aids help make bathing less invasive and not cause a lot of pain. Some bathing aids do not require a shower or bath. They can be used right out of the package, applied to the individual, and wiped off with a towel.