Thursday, August 22, 2013

Baby Comfy Nose Aspirator Review

As a parent, we have all had to deal with the green little boogers in our infants nose. I was recently given the opportunity to try Baby Comfy Nose for free.


I am sure there are a few of my readers that are asking, " What is a Baby Comfy Nose?" Here is a brief  Product Description from baby Comfy Nose

Endorsed by Dr. Sears on The Doctors TV Show and an Amazon top 100 baby product. Baby Comfy Nose is significantly more effective than standard bulb and battery type aspirators because it uses your own suction to hygienically and quickly remove nasal mucus. Designed to use household tissue as a filter so the user is protected from contact with liquid and mucus. The mesh pouch keeps the pieces together in the dishwasher, then hang to dry. Available in three colors.

When the Baby Comfy Nose  came I was excited to try it. The infant child in my home had just caught a nasty cold from the older germ factory (her brother). She was snotty, wheezy, and whiny.

I opened the Baby Comfy Nose and discovered that there was a small bag to store the Baby Comfy Nose in so I did not have to worry about losing any of the smaller parts.
The small piece that actually goes inside the child's nose is a soft silicone rubber. It is flexible and will not cause injury or pain to your child if used correctly, This was a huge plus. I have never liked how stiff the hard rubber nasal aspirators are that you get from hospitals.

The filters used in the Baby Comfy Nose are just a standard tissue. If you don't have tissues in your house, you could easily substitute toilet paper for the filter material. It is a little creepy to know that you are going to suck on the aspirator to get boogies out of your child's nose, but know that the tissue will protect you!

Here is a great "how to" video

The Baby Comfy Nose nasal aspirator worked well to clear out my daughters nose. With the cold that she had, I was able to test this out numerous times.  With just a few pieces, it is easy to wash and put back together. It stores easily in the mesh bag that comes with it and it did not mold if I put it away without completely drying it since the storage bag has plenty of airflow.

I did find one small problem. I found that I did not have a free hand. I was holding the nasal aspirator in one hand and the tubing in the other. I like to keep one hand on my child for stability and to ensure that she does not roll over or fall. Not having a free hand made me a little nervous. It may not be an issue for everyone, but it was for me.

Baby Comfy Nose Review
Baby Comfy Nose Review
Baby Comfy Nose Review
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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