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Cleansing the face and body without water. When should you do it and what products should you use?

Caring for someone who is elderly, bedridden, ill, has a disability or has had surgery is a challenge, especially if you don't have much experience in this area. Among the most difficult tasks is maintaining the hygiene of the patient who spends long periods of time in their bed. Are you wondering how to wash your patient without getting the bed sheets wet? 

Learn more about cleansing products that do not require water and see when they should be used.

Basic and supplementary care for bedridden patients

Caring for bedridden, chronically ill or elderly patients is a huge responsibility and one of the most difficult experiences in life. Fortunately, there are many specialised skincare products designed for bedridden patients which make it easier to complete everyday tasks. Are you wondering which ones you should choose? Will basic products suffice? See for yourself! 

Very dry skin – feet, knees, elbows and hands. How to effectively moisturise the skin?

How to moisturise very dry skin? These questions usually arise in late autumn, winter and early spring. It’s not surprising. The weather conditions characteristic for these seasons, which also impact the temperature and humidity indoors, prove to be very challenging for thin and delicate skin. However, these are not the only causes of very dry skin this time of year. Find out what causes dry skin and how to address this problem.

Quick skin cleansing with SENI CARE adult wet wipes

Full body hygiene is very important not only for comfort, but also and most importantly – for health-related reasons. Neglecting hygiene leads to the formation of an environment conducive to microbial growth, which can eventually cause skin irritation and disorders. The elderly, bedridden patients and people with disabilities are at much greater risk. Therefore, specialist skincare products which are designed to meet the needs of demanding skin are the best solution in this case.

What is urea? Urea in Seni Care skincare products

Are you trying to take care of your skin or the skin of your loved one as best you can, but the cosmetic products you use do not produce the expected results? Are you looking for new, more effective formulas? The leading skincare products are creams with urea. Do you want to know more about the properties of this ingredient and the products where it is used? See for yourself!

Active ingredients in Seni Care skincare products – what are they and what are their properties?

Are you looking for specialist skin and haircare products, but you don't know what you should pay particular attention to? Are you wondering how to navigate the maze of various products and find those that will be best suited to your skin, even if it’s very demanding? You most likely already know that before purchasing a product, you should check its composition and look for active ingredients. Keep reading to find out what these ingredients are and which ones can be found in Seni Care products.

Unpleasant skin odour – causes and solutions

Everyone's skin has its own individual scent, which changes with age due to many different factors. This is a normal process which does not require medical intervention, as long as the body odour is mild and pleasant. The problem arises when the odour becomes unpleasant. It is observed in patients who remain in bed for long periods of time or in elderly people, such as those suffering from urinary incontinence. Learn how to prevent and combat the unpleasant skin odour.

Vegan bodycare products

Public awareness of how consumer choices affect the environment is growing. This applies not only to food, but also to personal care products. More and more people are paying attention to the origin of the ingredients found in various products. Modern consumers are particularly enthusiastic about products marked with the vegan symbol. You can find such products also among Seni Care cosmetics. Find out what that mark means.

Chafes in bedridden patients and patients with urinary incontinence. Effective skin protection

The skin of the intimate areas is very thin and sensitive, and therefore extremely susceptible to various types of irritation and damage. Patients suffering from urinary incontinence and patients who remain in bed for long periods of time are particularly vulnerable in this respect. Are you wondering what products you should use to treat chafing in the groin area of an adult patient? What can you do to prevent chafes in the buttock and crotch areas? See for yourself!

Comfort of care – we pay attention to the comfort of both the caregiver and the patient

For many people, caring for someone who remains in bed for long periods of time is one of the greatest challenges they have ever faced. However, we must remember that it is a difficult situation for the patient as well. Being fully dependent on others, even in private situations, can provoke many negative emotions. Learn how to make caregiving easier and more comfortable for both the carer and their patient..

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