Like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, she rarely bathes her children
After Mila Kunis’ and Ashton Kutcher’s viral statements about the personal hygiene of her kids, Kristen Bell is now commenting on the topic. The actress also does not bathe her daughters daily, but “waits for the smell”.
“I’m a big fan of waiting for the smell,” says actress Kristen Bell, 41, when it comes to bathing her children. In the US talk show “The View”, the actress now refers to the not entirely uncontroversial statements of Mila Kunis, 37, and Ashton Kutcher, 43, on the subject of child hygiene, according to the magazine “People”.
Kristen Bell agrees with Ashton and Mila on reduced child hygiene
In the podcast “Armchair Expert” by Kristen’s husband Dax Shepard, 46, Mila and Ashton revealed a few days ago that they would not put their children in the bathtub until they “can see the dirt on them”. With this, the Hollywood couple has triggered a debate about the personal hygiene of children. A heated affair, on which Kristen Bell and her husband now also comment.
In the “The View” episode, which aired on Tuesday, August 3, 2021, she and Dax were guests. Like Mila and Ashton, the couple also have two young children, daughters Lincoln, 8, and Delta, 6. Actually, they had bathed the two every evening, says the father of two. But at some point, the girls fell asleep before the washing routine and the two did not want to wake them up. comprehensible. Bathing was forgotten, Kristen admits, jokingly adding that as parents they would sometimes perceive a smell.
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“I’m a big fan of waiting for the smell.”
“I’m a big fan of waiting for the smell. As soon as you smell a whiff of it, that’s the way of biology to tell you that you have to get rid of it. That’s a red rag,” Bell said. The actor couple supported the statements of Kunis and Kutcher. They would wait for their children to “smell” until they go into the bathtub, explains the mother of two laughing – and is completely right with this handling.
Because if the skin of children is washed too often with soap, it dries out. According to the Professional Association of Pediatricians and Adolescent Physicians e.V., a study by American dermatologists advises that children should not be bathed more than “once or several times a week”. At the age of six to eleven – in which the children of the acting stars are also located – “two or three baths a week” are completely sufficient.
Source used: armchairexpertpod.com, people.com, kinderaerzte-im-netz.de