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NoseFrida The Snotsucker Nasal Aspirator
- PEDIATRICIAN ENDORSED. Doctor invented and recommended nasal aspirator that uses parents' own suction to effectively clear babies' stuffy noses.
- NON-INVASIVE. NoseFrida creates a seal with the outside of the baby's nostril for seamless, comfortable snotsucking
- HYGIENIC. Disposable filters are clinically proven to prevent transfer of mucus or bacterial germs.
- SAFE. BPA & Phthalate free.
- CONVENIENT. Easy to clean, most parts are top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Made in Sweden.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
What’s The Fuss? Your baby is fussy and uncomfortable because they’re full of snot - you’d be fussy too if you couldn’t blow your own nose! NoseFrida the SnotSucker is the doctor developed and recommended non-invasive nasal aspirator that actually works safely and effectively. The fuss stops here.
Simple and Effective. The simple Swedish design features a BPA and Phthalate free tube that is placed against babies’ nostril (not inside).
Hygienic. The disposable filters are clinically proven to prevent the transfer of mucus or bacterial germs. It is recommended to change the filter after each use.
Easy to Use. NoseFrida uses parents’ own suction to clear babies’ stuffy noses. Place large tube against child’s nostril creating a seal, use red mouthpiece to suck out snot. Move tube in a circular motion against child’s nostril - you will hear and see mucus coming out of the nose. For thick mucus, use a few drops of saline solution in each nostril to help loosen mucus before using NoseFrida.
Easy to Clean. All pieces come apart. Most parts are top-rack dishwasher safe.
Guaranteed. Lifetime warranty on all replacement parts.
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Top Customer Reviews
BOY WAS I WRONG.
this thing works. it sucks boogers out of noses. it even stores them in a little tube to eat later. or, you can just wash them out in the sink. anyway...it works better than any of the other things we tried...and we tried pretty much everything. there's a technique to it:
- suck in quick short bursts with your mouth muscles first...Read more ›
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.
1 or 2 little "baby colds" later, half a dozen restless if not completely sleepless nights later, I sent him out to purchase this miracle tube. And miracle it is, my friends.
First of all, it's not as disgusting as I first thought. It's not like siphoning gas - the snot isn't going to fly up into your mouth. Check out the picture. The snot is collected into a tube at the baby's nose, and then you blow it back out into a nearby tissue or wipe. And unlike the infamous "bulb syringe", this works.
Picture this: You're up in the middle of the night because baby is snoring and grunting. He can't breathe. Again. You lay him down on the changing table and grab the bulb syringe and depress it, and stick it into his nose. It slooooowly regains its shape and sucks out a bit of snot. You depress it again. By this time your baby is screaming like he's being squashed by an elephant. The problem with the bulb thingy is that it doesn't always "suck" fast enough, leaving you with a screaming baby. Enter nosefrida: You grab it and place the end of the tube into the baby's nose. You suck quickly. BAM! You can see what's coming out. You see your progress. Within 5 seconds, your baby's airway is clear and you pick him up to comfort him.
It's easy to clean. It's transportable. It's ready whenever you need it. It's fast-acting. This thing ROCKS.
Oh, and don't act like you're grossed out by this review..Read more ›
The other thing is that I never felt like the bulb syringe was clean. I mean how do you wash the inside? With this I know I've rinsed all the funk out. It's really a great item. Just buy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The baby hated this thing and screamed like crazy but it is quicker and easier than traditional nasal aspirators. Plus it works very well if you can breath when your done.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Works so well and no struggle. So gratifying to see all of the stuff get sucked out of the little one's nose and she is so much happier. Read morePublished 1 day ago by G. Smith
I buy this as a gift for every single baby shower I'm invited to. Wonderful invention. Works great on all my grandkids. Sure wish they had this invented when my kids were babies.Published 2 days ago by DRS
My favorite baby nose cleaning item! :) It grosses out my family, but it's the fastest, easiest, & quickest way I know to clean a yucky nose fast! Lol.Published 2 days ago by Audrey Burkett
A must have. This was way better than those sucker bulbs they give at the hospital. Totally clean to use, easy to clean with alcohol and gets out the tough mucus that can cause... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Pen Name
Fast delivery and item as described. Does the job as it should even though my son used to think am sucking his brains out.Published 3 days ago by chick30
This is the best thing ever!!!! I had friends tell me about a NoseFrida right after I had a baby. I was skeptical at first when I began to visualize using it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Baby hates it, so its very hard to use with even with both parents working together. May work if baby is fast asleep. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dr. Q