- Uses your own suction as the most effective method to remove nasal mucus
- Uses household tissue as a filter – nothing else to buy!
- Three color choices keeps aspirators separate. Ideal for siblings and multiples.
- Handy mesh dishwasher/storage pouch keeps pieces together
- Medical-grade quality; 100 dishwasher cycle-tested
This nasal aspirator is by far easier on my childs nose than the industrial strength one from the hospital. My child does not fuss near as much and I’m able to get out much more mucus then the regular bulb syringe due to the longer suction time. I recomend clear so you can see what’s comming out. The tissue (easy to replace) is there as a safeguard if there is ever enough snot to fill the tip. Thus far I’ve just needed to rinse the tip to clean it.
This product is perfect to help unclog my daughter’s nose when she is sick since she does not understand the concept of blowing outward for her nose yet. If you put a piece of tissue (rip a smaller piece of tissue, enough to trap what it needs to trap but that there is enough space in the holder still for the oxygen to go through for when you suck inward) in the main holder then everything just goes into the holder and you just remove the tissue and rinse the main holder only, the nose piece and the mouth piece. It is very practical when your little one is suffering and sick and their nose is runny and or clogged.
I have both the NoseFrida and this BabyComfy. When I ran out of filters for the nosefrida I decided to order the baby comfy instead of new filters. I thought I would prefer the convenience of using tissue. I find the Babycomfy is harder to suction from. I’m not sure what it is but there is alot of resistance when I suction from the babycomfy vs. the NoseFrida. And I’m only using like 1/4 of a tissue, very loosely packed. Maybe it has to do w/ the size of the opening or the rubber material. I will probably make the babycomfy my spare and go back to the NoseFrida.
Genius will never use bulb syringe again
I love this product Baby Comfy Nose and Nosefrida has stepped out of the realm of useless bulb syringes and are on a totally different level. Its my look gross but when you realize how much relief you baby gets from congestion you will really and truly appreciate its grossness…lol…The tubing does wear a bit so I’d get it replaced maybe every year. Other than that its a great product…
A MUST HAVE!!!!
A family member bought this for us, and, it is the most useful item we have! The old fashioned bulb aspirator that the hospital sends you home with…HA! Kudos to who invented this advanced product. I couldn’t even get the bulb from the hospital into my son’s nostril to start. This aspirator is amazing. Gets the job done.
Amazing for getting little noses unstuffed. You can really suck a lot of snot, goo, etc out of a baby’s nose. Also, I don’t worry about damaging their nasal passages, like I would with a bulb syringe. Easy to clean.
Nasty, but IT WORKS!
This is the most effective way to clear your baby’s nose suffering from allergies. Just saline spray wait a minute and get rid of the problem. Yup this is proof that there is nothing you won’t do for your child lol. But when your child feels great, it makes it all worth it. 🙂