Sometimes a product is so great multiple moms have to review it, the NoseFrida is just that type of product. It is affordable, compact and oh so easy to use. Please read on to hear what Shelleybean3333 and S. Priebe “kristasmommy” from Amazon have to say about the snot sucker and enter for your chance to win one of your own.
Product: NoseFrida Snot Sucker
Brand: Frida Baby
Price: $11-$25, it’s is available at Betterra for $18.48
“This picture confused me because I thought that the large blue box was part of the Nosefrida. It is the just the case. There is a red mouthpiece, clear tube, blue filter and clear…I’m going to call it the “applicator” that you put up to the baby’s nose.
I examined the nosefrida for a long time before trying it out on my four month old. I wanted to make sure that there wasn’t anyway for snot to end up in my mouth. 14 hours of labored breathing, the baby’s-not mine, I decided to give the Nosefrida a go.
Darn if that little disgusting contraption doesn’t work! And I know it works because I could actually see the snot collecting in the tube. Yes, I gagged a little, but baby could breathe! And after all, isn’ that what they teach you day 1 in parenthood?
Day 1. Make sure baby can breathe.
I still think you’d have to be pretty close to someone to give this as a baby shower gift. No one wants to think of snot on their happy day.”
– Reviewed by Shelleybean3333
“This nasal aspirator is absolutely amazing. It WORKS. And it is completely non-invasive. My 4 week old newborn caught a cold, and this thing saved me. It cleared her out SO WELL! I had been using a bulb syringe, and she would scream and scream. Plus, the bulb syringe was irritating her nose and causing it to bleed. Once I got the Nosefrida, I was able to suction her nose much more effectively without shoving anything in her nostrils. She barely even cries when I use it. Mostly, she hates the saline drops I use ahead of time. I have to wonder if I didn’t start using the Nosefrida if she would have developed a worse infection. All that drainage could have headed to her lungs. I read some reviews on the Nosefrida that said it takes too much lung power. It definitely does take some lung power, but if you have healthy lungs it should be no problem (I had no difficulties). Also, some people said it’s hard to hold the infant’s head still. I don’t think it’s any harder to hold the baby’s head still than with a bulb syringe (with both aspirators you have just one hand free). Actually, I think it’s easier because I know my baby fights the bulb syringe much more than the Nosefrida. One great benefit of the Nosefrida is that you can wash it in the dishwasher. It is a very clean system. I HIGHLY recommend this product!!! Every mom who has a baby should own one. It truly comes down to a safety issue: allowing your baby to breathe.”
– Reviewed by S. Priebe “kristasmommy”
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So how exactly does the Nose Frida Nasal Aspirator work? Check out this demonstration video:
How would you like to win a FREE Nose Frida Nasal Aspirator? Be sure to enter this week’s giveaway below. Most of the entries are optional. This giveaway is open to US and Canada residents, ages 18+. It will start on September 03, 2013 to September 10, 2013 daily at 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST. Winner will be announced on Saturday, September 14. Winner will be notified via email and is asked to reply to email within 72 hours in order to claim prize.
Good luck everyone!!
[box type=”note”]Please allow us 3-6 weeks for delivery.[/box]