BabyComfy Nasal Aspirator Review

BabyComfyNoseâ„¢ Nasal Aspirator uses your own suction to remove nasal mucus safely and hygienically. Uses lightly-wadded tissue inside the aspirator to filter mucus and germs. The mesh pouch keeps pieces together in the diaper bag and the dishwasher.  Two soft nose tips included: standard and newborn. Significantly more effective than bulb and battery-powered nasal aspirators.  The 1# tested nasal aspirator recommended by baby guru Dr. Sears. The Original Snot Sucker.

  • To clean, disassemble the unit, put all the pieces into the dishwasher/storage pouch and put into the dishwasher.  You can also boil the unit in water.
  • To sterilize the tubing, boil or pour hydrogen peroxide into the tubing. Do not use microwave sterilizers as the aspirator could be damaged.
  • Use no more than one square of bathroom tissue (or equivalent) as a filter.  Too much tissue may compromise the suction.


Gets Snot Out Like a Champ. Huge Money Saver.

This thing has been a life saver for years. Especially once our daughter started going to playschool and her immune system was getting used to the influx of new germs she was being exposed to and was sick for like 4 months straight. This was the only way she could get sleep at night and the only things that kept her from getting really sick at times because we got the snot out so it didn’t stay in her head and get infected or go into her lungs. It clears the nose so well. It’s so much cheaper than buying something with replaceable filters. 

Rachel M.

Works great!! Prefer it to the Nose Frida.

The 2 attachments make it great for multiple stages. The smaller one worked well when my daughter was 3 months and gets the mucus that’s really up there. The bigger attachment is good for blocking the whole nostril to keep suction.  Reasons I think is better than Nose Frida- The Nose Frida was too big for my 3 month old and wasn’t able to get the mucus way up there.

No need to buy a foam filters as you use a tissue inside the compartment to stop the mucus from traveling up the tube to your mouth.

Amy Rehkemper