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NoseFrida The Snotsucker Nasal Aspirator

$15.99
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  • In our experience most children are not fond of the idea of using any nose aspirator, but they will appreciate how quickly and effectively the SnotARator® Nasal Aspirator clears their nasal passages.

    Say goodbye to congested nose and have peace of mind knowing that your baby is comfortable with the BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator. Designed to use household tissue as a filter, this nasal aspirator is more effective than standard bulb and battery-powered nasal aspirators. With the safety nose-tip, the unit can not be inserted too deeply. The mesh dishwasher/storage pouch included. Always safe for parent and child because you control the suction. Dishwasher safe.

  • With the , users employ human suction instead of battery-generated power to remove mucus from a small child's nose. Owners insert a soft nasal tip into the child's nose and use a mouthpiece to create suction to remove mucus. Standard fits into the BabyComfyNose aspirator and serves as a disposable filter.

    Assemble the nasal suction device (place the nozzle onto the silicone tube) and attach the bell-shaped end to the hose of a household vacuum cleaner. Turn your vacuum cleaner ON and start removing mucus by positioning the nozzle to your child's nostril. Hold it there for a couple of seconds while the discharge is deposited in the collecting canister. Repeat the process as needed. If there is no mucus in the collecting canister of the nose aspirator, the procedure should be stopped.

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    BabyVac Nasal Aspirator

    This is a very unusual aspirator that works when hooked up to a vacuum cleaner. A filtering device regulates the suction so that the aspirator never pulls more than it should do. Some parents find this a great deal, but others are a little worried about using a vacuum cleaner in this way.

    NoseFrida the Snotsucker Nasal Aspirator

    The name says it all: This aspirator gets the nose clean. In this aspirator, a tube goes into the baby’s nose, and the suction is created by the parent sucking on the other end of the tube. The mucus goes into a filter that prevents the parent from sucking it too far.

    Graco BebeSounds NasalClear Nasal Aspirator

    This is a battery-operated suction device that offers continuous suction of the baby’s nose, but some parents say it isn’t strong enough to be truly effective. It works best for thin mucus. It can be put into the dishwasher for disinfecting.

    BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator

    This nasal aspirator also uses parental suction to work, but instead of having a filter that must be discarded and replaced, it allows parents to use simple household tissue to catch the mucus. This means that it can save money. It is dishwasher safe.

    Hospital's Choice Nasal Aspirator

    This is the most common nasal aspirator, and one that has been on the market for many decades under various names. It works by simply squeezing the bulb of the aspirator, as described in the directions above. It also happens to be the least expensive option. However, this one can also be pressed too deeply into the baby’s nose if you aren’t careful, so be aware of the depth when you use it.

  • Say goodbye to congested nose and have peace of mind knowing that your baby is comfortable with the BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator. Designed to use household tissue as a filter, this nasal aspirator is more effective than standard bulb and battery-powered nasal aspirators. With the safety nose-tip, the unit can not be inserted too deeply. The mesh dishwasher/storage pouch included. Always safe for parent and child because you control the suction. Dishwasher safe.

Nosefrida Nasal Aspirator with addtional 40 Hygiene Filters

This nose aspirator is AMAZING! Our nurse at our pediatrician's office told me to get this when we took our son in for his 1 month appointment. Unfortunately, I waited 4 months till he was already sick to purchase. I have never been able to get much snot/mucous out with the regular nose aspirators. The Nosefrida was getting snot out that I didn't know my son had in his nose. The concept does seem strange at first, but you get use to it, especially after you hear how much better your little one can breathe after you do it.