Love this when he has a runny nose. We also bought some Japanese baby booger tweezers that my husband loves for the dry ones.
Works pretty well, but my little one hates it only slight less than a bulb syringe and it's hard to tell how much more effective it is.
This is very easy to use, I switch off between this and the zoli nasal aspirator, this one isn't noisy and has a wider hole for sucking up the snot (to be blunt!)
Works much better then the bulb and you can see what comes out
Great to clear out congestion from the little one!
i originally thought this was a gross idea. I mean, sucking snot out of my babies nose...towards my mouth? but really, it works, it's so much easier than the bulbs, and the filters are great!
Other than forcing his head down and having him squeal and scream it works fairly well.
My husband was appalled when I suggested this, but it's now the first thing he reaches for when she's stuffed up. Works like a charm every time.
Every parent should have one of these. The idea is gross, but there is a barrier so you don't get the ickies in your mouth. Better suction than a bulb syringe.
A must have!
It looks gross to do, but WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know . . . it sounds little . . weird/gross, but it isn't. It was more helpful than the bulbs. Still was difficult to get baby to cooperate though.
WAY better than a bulb. You have to mentally overcome the fact that you're using your mouth to suck snot (tho it's sanitary). But it works perfectly. Love it! Hard to dry hose condensation tho!
Mine falls apart too easily. LO hates it just as much as an aspirator.
This is one of my go to gifts for new moms. They always look disgusted when they realize what it is, but have ended up thanking me later. It is an absolute must have.
This is a game changer. It's the only thing that gets everything out of the babies nose and it doesn't make them scream as much as other things we've tried. It's also very easy to get inside their nose and it's easy/perfect for travel!
great although as baby grows starts to resist
best thing for stuffy or runny nose!
kind of gross, but only mentally. Works much better than those bulbs and lets face it, a snotty nose baby is very unhappy so I was willing to overcome the yuck factor to quickly clear my kids up.
Honestly, one of the most helpful things when baby has her first cold.
amazing! so helpful during first cold.
Life saver! Baby hates us using it, but feels so much better after.
I was scared of this at first, but when I started using it I realized how effective it is.
Just couldn't get enough negative pressure to make the product work. Bulb syringes continue to work much better for us.
so much better at removing snot than the bulb. i don't travel w/o it!
Before I had my daughter I thought it was gross. Fast forward to her getting a cold at 2 weeks old and the bulb sucker was just not cutting it for us. I think this will be my new baby shower gift.
I used it once, unsuccessfully.
This really works!
So much easier!
being a pediatric nurse and having an affinity for suctioning this is a must at home sick baby survival item!
I thought this was super gross when I first read about it but it really does work great and you don't get grossed out by things like this when it is your baby. :)
Absolutely essential for helping baby breathe and sleep!
I don't know what I would do without this little apparatus. Works like a charm. My husband might have something else to say about it since he threw his back out while using it on our LO. Lol!!
amazing only snot sucker that worked for me!!!
It may seem gross at first, but this really is a must-have item, especially during the winter!
This is awesome for getting their snot out...kind of gross but totally works
This is a definite must-have!!
It works GREAT, but it takes both mom and dad and LOTS of tears to get there. :S
This is SO much better than the bulb syringe. I couldn't get through a baby cold without it.
I know it's gross, but I get such satisfaction from sucking snot out of my LO's nose. This works MUCH better than the aspirator we rec'd at the hospital, and it's way easier to clean too.
You might get light headed if you're having to inhale a bunch, but it's SO worth it to get that little one's nose clear. I found it to much gentler than the bulbs from the hospital.
Gross but works great.
Seems like a gross concept at first glance, but it works soooo much better than those bulbs.
not as gross as it sounds :)
This is the single most disgusting and helpful item in our baby arsenal.
Nosefrida The Snotsucker, the doctor-developed and doctor-recommended nasal aspirator is the new standard in keeping babies naturally 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 child's nose. Disposable filters prevent any bacterial transfer. Nosefrida is easy to clean, dishwasher 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.
Find essential baby products with advice from your friends.