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on November 18, 2016
This is litterally an awesome product. Im very glad to find out here.
on November 13, 2016
I love this item. I have owned two. I lost my first and couldn't live without it, so I had to buy another. It has a small adapter perfect for newborns in addition to the normal size. For parents on the fence between this and the other kind of mouth suction nasal aspirator go with this one. The
Baby ComfyNose Nasal Aspirator is so much better no filters just tissue (snot does not get past the tissue I promise).
on November 9, 2016
Love Love Love! I was concerned about this and the whole sucking snot into my mouth thing, but it's so not what I organelles thought. My baby has tiny nose holes and the traditional brown sucker you get in the hospital didn't fit. So, I tried this and I actually enjoy sucking her nose. Weird I know, but I take satisfaction in knowing that I'm helping her breathe better. You put a tissue in the "bottle/container" part and there's no way a boogie or snot can get past it. I wish I had known about this with the previous 3 babies I had!
on October 28, 2016
Amazing product. EASY to use, easy to clean, easy to pack and go! I hate bulb type nose cleaners. My oldest had blisters in her nose from them. I was so scared leaving the NICU with my premie. Products like this made it easier. Using my own suction I can stop suction and I can tell when I have a nasal wall. The infant tip is perfect for my son's little nose! Really great buy.
on October 27, 2016
far better than the regular bulbs. fast as well so less pain holding baby down. just make sure you direct the nozzle towards the flow not the nose walls or it will be useless and might be painful.
on September 29, 2016
I've had a couple different aspirators.
I like this one the best so far.
It is gross cleaning it out, but washing it off is fairly easy.
I like the soft feel of it.
This is a must buy for newborns.
on September 27, 2016
Best nose sucker ever better then the nose Frida the tips are softer and make it easier to actually suck the snot out of a squirmy stubborn 6 month old. A must get the only nose sucker you will need
on September 13, 2016
This is an invaluable purchase for little ones that can't blow their own nose. I love that you don't have to purchase any separate filter or parts to use it. All you need to operate is to replenish with fresh tissue with each use. I clean every piece but the hose every time, and it air dries fairly quickly between uses on those sick days.
on October 20, 2015
I get one of these for every new mom I know. We tried the battery operated nasal aspirator and it was terrible. Other aspirators on the market require you to purchase filters. This one is genius. When babies get a stuffy nose, they can't blow it out. And if it sits in there, it could lead to infection or just constantly drip down their throat and make them irritable. This thing works like a charm to pull it out. It is amazing (and disgusting) how much comes out of one of my baby's nostrils.

1) Clean after every use. You honestly don't have to get fancy, you can rinse it with very hot water between deep cleans.
2) Use half of a tissue to avoid obstructing the air flow. It says to put a whole tissue in but I find 1/2 works best.
3) Push the tip into your baby's nose far enough to get a very good seal so the suction isn't wasted.

No, it doesn't feel pleasant to have your boogers sucked out of your head, so your child will probably resist and fuss. But that doesn't negate the fact that this product works. It's meant to help clear out congestion to help your baby feel comfortable and get well faster. And it works! The picture is what came out of my one month old's nostril. Poor babies, help them breathe again!