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40 comments:

Shalaina Simmons said...

I haven't used a nasal aspirator yet. But I have seen recently online that people tend to prefer them over the standard bulb aspirators, so I may give it a try.

Julie @ Director Jewels said...

I love my NoseFrida!

Lauren said...

i love our nasal aspirator. so much easier than the bulbs from the hospital!!

Meghan said...

I have used a bulb syringe but I would love something that I can see is clean.

Lovely Mrs. Long said...

no and I am squeamish about them

beccajoy said...

I have not tried it but I would love to!!

efficientmom said...

haven't tried it, but I'd like the chance to :-)

Renee Ashley said...

we've used saline and a bulb, and he hates it! so i usually just end up picking his nose, lol.

Krystal said...

I've only ever tried a bulb aspirator. And my finger. And a q-tip. Neither of these options are great. I'd love to have one of these!

Talia said...

I haven't tried one yet, but I want to SO badly! I love that it uses tissues instead of the foam filters.

Crystal Espinoza-Shanahan said...

as a first-time mom, i really want one of these -- the reviews at different sites are great & i hear this kind of tool is invaluable!

Unknown said...

I have only ever tried the old fashion kind that you get in the hospital. Hated it with my first, loved it with my third. But I have heard this kind is way better.

Brandi Hart said...

I've only used the ones they send home from the hospital. They work, but my little ones hate it. I've heard great things about this one though.

Khristin Zakem said...

I love the "snot sucker" that we have for our kids. It is invaluable when your little one can't breathe and just wants to nurse. At first, I was a little bit put off by the ick factor, but it ceased to be and issue when I saw how well they work to clear little ones nose.

Mary Schuh said...

I just put one of these on my KC wish list! Ah! I would love to win this; the bulb syringe does not work at all! And I love how you can simply use tissue paper instead of the filters you have to keep buying with the Nosefrida.

aperry said...

Yes!!! I love the nose Frieda.

Mercedes Stevens said...

I don't have my baby yet. But have been looking into these. :D

amanda jo said...

I haven't tried one yet, but I am very tempted! The blue bulb from the hospital just doesn't seem to get the job done.

Amber Elbon said...

I would love to try one of these because it is so frustrating trying to get the stupid bulb syringes to work.

Anonymous said...

I've never tried one, hoping to though!
Lacey J

Sunnie said...

I have never seen this before, I would like to try it for the next baby though!
sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

Anonymous said...

I have not tried one I want to tho!

Stephanie Portz said...

I use the nosefrida for my son. It works great! I'm always losing it though, so it would be nice to have another option :)

Christine said...

I have a nosefrida and love it! I wanted something to keep in the diaperbag, too

Jes said...

Not yet!

RandN'smommy said...

Regular aspirators are so hard to use. Would love to try this kind.

Boise Wiebers said...

I have not used one but have read good things about them.

Anonymous said...

my son currently has been sick for a month and just cant kick it. i am always sucking his nose out after a steam bath and i want something that is clean and easy to use rather than the green hospital bulb. this is actually on my wish list right now!

Zara Gennert said...

We've tried the nasal bulbs, but they just never seem to fit my little one's nose right. They're huge! But, I did get one of these ComfyNose aspirators and we love it! My son even asks for the "pink eggy" when he's got a cold. It's great!

Erin Ritter said...

I haven't tried this aspirator, it wasn't out (or I hadn't heard of it when my son was born in 2009). I used a regular hospital aspirator with him and it grossed me out, I never felt like it was clean. I would love to have one of these on hand for when my little girl arrives in December!!

Anonymous said...

Id like to try his out.

Aurora said...

I have not try it or any other, but I hate those nose pumps that keeps mold inside

Anonymous said...

I have not used this particular aspirator but I love the nosefreda! I work at a daycare and it is the best thing for all the kids!

Melissa Tharpe said...

I haven't used a nasal aspirator yet but we are just getting through our first cold and I know it would be helpful. I cried when I had to use the bulb thing I got from her birth. She hates it and screams when I try to use it.

Lauren said...

Haven't tried one yet, but have heard they work much better than the old bulb-style ones

Stephanie Scerbo said...

Expecting my first any day now and I'm pretty much excited to try anything!

Valerie said...

No, I haven't!

Vanessa Coker said...

I tried nasal aspirator before and we love love love it!

S. Olsem said...

I haven't, but am very curious to try - the bulb is not my daughter's favorite item...and you hate to do it over and over cause it doesn't work well.

Lynne said...

I've only ever used the bulbs like they have in the hospital... on baby number 4 and none of my kids ever liked it! It's awful!