You should take very good care of your baby’s respiratory system because they are still developing. One way of doing this is making sure that your child is breathing moist air. You can use humidifiers to achieve this.
Humidifiers for babies
Vicks starry night
This type of humidifier is usually placed in the ceiling. They are of different color, and so you choose the color that matches your ceiling. It is
light in weight, and you can easily hang it on the ceiling. Besides it comes with some room soothing feature useful if your child is sick.
Safety first ultrasonic 360
This comes together with rotating nozzles that work hand in hand to humidify the air sufficiently. Its water tank is usually treated with an antimicrobial agent to keep off germs and molds. It has a variable mist control that helps you with changing the output of moisture. It can cover up to five hundred square feet according to the manufacturers.
This humidifier comes with together with a powerful filter which helps to remove unwanted chemicals in the babies room. The technology used to make this humidifier has then ability to inhibit any growth of microbial. It is usually automated hence can stop the room from over humidification.
Daphnie the duck
It is a humidifier using ultrasonic technology for room humidification. This humidifier effectively, a room of up to 250 square feet according to the device manufacturer. The duck style type have other different designs like the dragon, tiger, and elephant.
Crane drop shape
It is a type of ultrasound humidifier that has the capability of putting out up to 2.3 moisture gallons a day. It looks adorable for your baby’s room with green, orange, pink and white LED lights.
Honeywell HUL mistmate
This humidifier unit is best for small rooms. It comes in different colors like blue, white, black and red. These colors will harmonize the baby’s room. It helps with refreshing the sinuses as well as nasal passages.
While using all these humidifiers for your baby’s room ensure the levels of humidity are between forty and sixty percent. Higher humidity levels tend to dampen things in the room causing mildew growth and encouraging molds.