Parts stay together well, and easily come apart for cleaning. Made from soft silicone for more comfort during use. Comes with a convenient case and cap to cover the device and keep it clean. Efficiently relieves stuffy noses and clears boogers without pain.
Meant mostly for newborns and infants as the tube is very small.
This nasal aspirator uses a tissue as a filter rather than having to purchase separately. Works quickly to reduce time spent using, and to offer instant relief. Purchase is accompanied by breathable storage bag. Easy to put together.
Product does not come with written instructions for use.
Electric design works quickly and product emits minimal noise. Is very hygienic to minimize the spread of germs. Works quickly and sucks more out at once, cutting down on repetition. Does not require replacement filters.
More effective after moisturizing nostrils with saline.
Easy to use and gentle on a baby’s nose. The shape of this tool is perfectly designed to slide into a newborn’s nose. Lightweight in hand. Easily cleaned. Comes at a low price point. Made of thick, durable material.
Tool does not disassemble for cleaning purposes.
Conveniently includes 3 differently sized silicone tips. FDA approved model that has been medically tested. Easy to clean as it’s completely waterproof and doesn’t have an abundance of pieces. Small in size, which makes it easily portable.
Is a bit loud while in use.
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Babies can’t blow their noses, so relieving their congestion is a parent’s job. You’re probably familiar with the bulb aspirators that they typically use in the hospital, which use air suction to unclog babies’ noses. However, there are less forceful ways to aspirate your baby’s nose. The newest trend in baby aspirators is actually to use your mouth to suck air through a tube to gently remove built-up mucus. It’s not as gross as it sounds — filters ensure that the mucus stays safely in the aspirator and not in your mouth, and many babies seem to find this type of aspirator more comfortable that the traditional bulb type.
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