Nosefrida nasal aspirator ... safe, natural & effective relief from congestion.
The NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator reduces mucus in the nose, enabling babies to breathe, sleep and feed more easily. Due to its unique, mouth-operated design, you can simply position the tube near baby's nostril, put the red mouthpiece in your mouth and apply gentle suction. The NoseFrida is safe for your little one's sensitive nose. The replaceable hygienic filter prevents the transfer of mucus and bacteria. It is doctor-invented and doctor-recommended and has been used by European moms & dads for years.
Why parents love the Nosefrida Nasal Aspirator:
Nosefrida, the doctor-recommended, non-invasive nasal aspirator, is the new standard in keeping babies snot-free. Ingeniously simple Swedish design features a tube that is placed against the nostril (not inside). Parents use their own suction to draw mucus out of their childs nose. Disposable filters prevent any bacterial or mucus transfer. Nosefrida comes in a diaper-bag-friendly case, is easy to clean, top-rack safe, and BPA and Phthalate free. It is superior to the bulb aspirator, presents no risk or harm to internal nasal structures and is dramatically more efficacious. Dr. Joseph Edmonds, MD, FAAP, Childrens Ear, Nose & Throat of Houston.
Includes: Nosefrida tube, 4 hygenic filters & case. Additional filters are available. Nosfrida recommends changing the filter after each use.
The Nosefrida aspirator is designed to be safe and effective for use on newborns and toddlers.
This is a must, the bulb aspirators do not do nearly as good of a job!
Best way to get rid of baby snot!
I've used this on all 3 kids, from as young as a week old. It clears the snot, meaning no drippy noses and also much happier babies!
My uncle even tried it on himself and was impressed.
Used this on my 3 week old and it allowed him to sleep and feed a lot easier!
Definitely missed out having this tool with my first baby. So effective compared to the bulb syringe.
I bought this when I had my son 2 years ago and loved it then. I forgot about it until my 5 month old got a cold this past week. I didn't think her nose was bothering her until she was in the middle of an inconsolable crying fit and I tried to feed her and she wouldn't latch. I had an "Ah-ha" moment and thought maybe if I cleared her nose that would help. Well 2 minutes after clearing her nose she was smiling at me and had something to eat and has been happy ever since! Now when she gets worked up we clean her nose and she's good to go.
Works great on the two year old as well when he lets us use it! He thinks it's hilarious for some reason!