The bathing practices of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’s children have sparked heated debate. Some people find it intolerable…

Kutcher and Kunis began dating in 2012 and were engaged in February 2014. In July 2015, the pair married in Oak Glen, California. When they began dating, Kutcher was reportedly finalizing his divorce from actress Demi Moore. Moore and Kutcher’s divorce was finalized in 2013. Kunis and Kutcher have two children: Wyatt, a daughter, and Dimitri, a son. The family lives in Beverly Hills, California, in a green farmhouse designed by the couple and architect Howard Backen.

Kunis and Kutcher will appear on actor Dax Shepard’s podcast «Armchair Expert» in July 2021. With the help of co-host Monica Padman, Shephard led his guests through a talk about Bitcoin, Kunis’ new impending ventures, and the topic of personal cleanliness. Continue reading to learn Kunis and Kutcher’s thoughts on how frequently children should bathe.

When the topic of personal hygiene came up in a recent «Armchair Expert» episode, it was discovered that Kutcher, Kunis, and Shepard only wash «critical body parts» every day. Kutcher claims he never washes his crotch or underarms, although he does «throw some water on my face after a workout to get all the salts off.»

Some people were taken aback when they learned this knowledge concerning personal hygiene. «I can’t believe I’m the only one in this group who showers their entire body.» Who told you not to wash? In response to Padman’s query, Kunis stated, «I didn’t have hot water growing up, so I didn’t shower much anyway.»

Kunis was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union, where she lived until the age of seven. But, she said, «I didn’t wash them every day when I had kids either.» I was never the parent who bathed their new baby. This is not uncommon; many parents choose not to bathe their infants on a regular basis unless there is a major mess to clean up. When you think about it, babies don’t perspire as much as children do while playing and running around.

Some people, however, believe that children should always have a bath, regardless of their appearance. In the Kutcher and Kunis household, the concept of cleanliness is more binary. Here’s the deal: if you can see dirt on them, clean them. «There is no other way,» Kutcher explained. There are many different points of view on the subject, but one common issue is that children do not always enjoy taking showers or baths.

The American Academy of Dermatology Association makes clear recommendations on when parents should bathe their children before and after puberty, yet they do not specify whether you should wash in the shower or bathtub. They also provide helpful tips for parents who are having difficulty convincing their children to take a bath.

Before puberty, children only need to be washed «at least once or twice a week, when they get dirty, such as playing in mud, after being in a pool, lake, ocean, or other body of water, when they get sweaty or have body odor, or as often as directed by a dermatologist if getting treatment for a skin disease,» according to the association. Children aged 6 to 11 should, however, bathe every day.

With this information, it appears that Kutcher and Kunis are making sound decisions regarding their children’s bathing regimens.

«Dermatologists advise parents that once puberty begins, children should take a daily shower or bath,» the association stated. They should also wash their faces twice a day to remove oil and dirt, and take a bath or shower after exercising, swimming, or otherwise perspiring profusely.

Making bath time feel more like playtime will help children who dislike cleaning the dishes. «Children frequently begin to appreciate bath time by making it interesting,» the Association adds. Bath time can be pleasurable when your child can play with a favorite waterproof toy, listen to favorite stories, read a book developed just for reading in the bathtub, or have an adventure you arrange to make bath time entertaining.

Kunis informed Shepard that she and her children disliked taking daily baths. Unlike the other parent, I did not bathe my infants. «Never,» the lady said. Excessive bathing, according to Dr. Friedman, a dermatology professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, may eliminate the natural moistures that children require. Water is most likely the world’s top irritant since it destroys the natural moisturizing components that our skin produces, he claims.

Furthermore, Kunis and Kutcher are not alone in their views on bathing. Shepard and his wife, Kristen Bell, admitted that they do not frequently bathe their daughters. According to the couple, they use the «foot smell test.» «I enjoy waiting till something stinks. «When you smell something, biology tells you that you should clean it up,» Bell explained. «Because it’s really just germs, there’s a warning sign.» If you have bacteria, you should get in the shower or bathtub right away. «I’m expecting the stench,» she added.

The views of both families were supported by actor Jake Gyllenhaal. In a Vanity Fair interview, he admitted, «More and more, I find bathing to be less necessary, at times.» However, actor Dwayne Johnson preaches the polar opposite. In a tweet, Johnson asserted that he is the polar opposite of a superstar who «does not wash himself.» «I take a quick cold shower when I get out of bed to start the day.» Before going to work, I take a warm shower after my workout. I take a hot shower when I get home from work. «I exfoliate, wash my face, and use body wash in the shower while singing off-key,» he added.

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