BabyComfyNose Infant Nasal Aspirator Is A Favorite

I remember the days of stuff noses and colds, especially with Josiah since he went to daycare. I felt so bad for my little babies and only wanted to offer them some sort of relief. The only way I knew to suction out the snot was with one of those bulbs the hospital gave us and, they, unfortunately, did not always do the trick. Sometimes they sucked too hard and made my babies cry more. Other times, the bulb just didn't suck hard enough and didn't do anything. Now that I've heard about BabyComfyNose Infant Nasal Aspirator recently, I will definitely get one of this for our next baby. I've heard some amazing things about it from other moms and they all love it.

What's different about BabyComfyNose? It uses your own suction through a straw-like piece that connects to the receptacle. Okay, it looks a little gross, but there is a filter, so you aren't going to actually suck up snot. If you really think about it, this is a more natural way to clear your baby's nose and is much more effective than other methods. No batteries needed because your lungs provide the vacuum power.

Why use BabyComfyNose? Pediatricians are recommending BabyComfyNose to moms and dads. Plus, Dr. Sears of The Doctors TV Show recommended it as the BEST way to clear babies' noses. It's so easy to use, see for yourself.

Want to purchase one for your baby or someone you know? You can get 20% off right now!


Ari T said...

The bulbs they give out at the hospital always made me feel like they might hurt the baby if used the wrong way. This aspirator applicator and method seems much less likely to be painful and since the vacuum is created by the parent, it won't be as harsh, I think. Plus, it doesn't require batteries which is always great! I'm glad to see that it's recommended by pediatricians.

Carol L. said...

I never liked the bulbs from the hospital. They just seemed so hard for an infant. Plus if used a little too strong my babies always ended up crying more. This is a great concept because you are actually controlling the strength f suction. My daughter could certainly use this with 2 little ones. Thanks o much for your review.
Carol L
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Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I wish I would have had this when my son was a baby. It looks more gentle.

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