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Why use Baby Towels for Babies and Not Regular towels?

Have you ever wondered why buy baby towels? Can’t simply regular towels be used instead? There is no denying the fact that you can use regular towels to dry your baby after a bath. But there are a few considerations to be made before you pick up the right towel to wipe your little one’s skin dry.

Sensitive Baby Skins

Babies have sensitive skin. While keeping that in mind, when we use a special soap, shampoo, moisturiser etc. for your baby, then why not use children towels too? For their gentle skin, they are made of extra soft fabric too.

Less Immunity

Sharing an adult’s towel may pass illnesses to the baby as they have weak immunity and can soon catch diseases and illness, whereas using a different set of towels helps avoid such scenarios. Also, babies have poor resistance to cold, so using baby towels that are softer and warmer will help maintain their body temperature while keeping them cosy too. A regular towel may not be as comfy, soft, or absorbent, so keep that in mind. Many children towels also come with hoods to keep them warm and secure.

Another reason to buy these is that they are super cute just like your babies.


Now you know the reasons why you should opt for specific baby towels instead of regular bath towels. Explore more at to get a great selection of premium-quality baby towels in different colours and designs.


Published by DuncanStewart

Duncan Stewart is a family-run business helping to make those special occasions extra special through personalised gifts. Based in West Sussex, Duncan Stewart first established themselves to become one of the UK’s leading suppliers of wholesale premium textiles. Over the last two decades, the business has evolved to bring a diversified range of textiles, homeware, and gift items to our customers.

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