So now I was left feeling helpless. I tried doing everything I could; you name it from saline spray to those useless rubber bulbs you get from the chemist. I even took her into the shower and let the hot water run hoping the steam might help the congestion. Nothing was working, so I turned to the internet hoping someone out there might know of a better way. Luckily a mother from a forum suggested this amazing new aspirator called the BabyComfyNose.
What is the BabyComfyNose? What if I told you that it's the most effective way to relieve your baby's nasal congestion. That's right, a baby nasal aspirator that really works! Forget using saline spray on it's own, forget using a bulb, forget purchasing filters, forget any other way you know. Why? Just ask someone that uses the BabyComfyNose and you'll know why.
I personally couldn't be without it and I highly recommend all mothers have one on hand. Even if your baby isn't as congested as my baby, they are bound to catch a cold eventually. You can't prevent them from getting sick but you can relieve their stuffy noses with the BabyComfyNose. It's only $19.95 plus $2.75 postage Australia wide, a very small price to pay for something that works so well. It even comes with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
- Battery-powered devices simply cannot generate sufficient suction required to remove the mucus residing deeper in the sinus cavities. The high cost of the unit and the batteries aside, if it worked, we'd pay twice as much for it. But it doesn't, so we won't. Human lungs can generate 10 times the suction power (depending on the user) of battery aspirators. And beware the ones that play music with the claim that the child will be distracted and soothed. These units create more negative association in the child than suction.
- employs the same principle as the BabyComfyNose of using your own suction. And it works really well. What? We're complimenting the competition? Yes, because the human-suction method is by far the most effective way to remove nasal mucus in small children (with the exception of hospital suction). But here's the catch: with the Nosefrida, you are committing to buying their foam rubber filters for the lifetime of the unit.