NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator Device

NoseFridaSKU: 463724001

Price:
Sale priceR 269.90

The product images shown are for illustration purposes only.

Shipping - Read more here:

  • FREE delivery for metropolitan orders R600+
  • FREE in-store collections (Crossings store in Nelspruit only)
  • R20 delivery for selected areas
  • R75 delivery for metropolitan orders below R600 (2-3 working days)
  • R150 delivery in non-metropolitan areas (3-7 working days)

Description

Delivered in 3-6 working days. Local orders within 4 hours. T's and C's apply.

Pediatrician Endorsed Baby Nasal Aspirator: Doctor invented nasal aspirator that uses parents own suction to safely and effectively clear stuffy noses

  • Hygienic: Disposable filters are clinically proven to prevent the transfer of mucus or bacterial germs to the snot sucker when clearing stuffy noses
  • Comfortable and Non-Invasive: NoseFrida creates a seal with the outside of the baby's nostril for seamless gentle snot-sucking
  • Safe: BPA and Phthalate free
  • Convenient: Easy to clean, most parts are top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Comes with 3 Hygiene Filters
  • Made in Sweden

How to set up the NoseFrida

  1. Place a clean filter into the end of the snot straw. The filters are designed to be single-use. 

  2. Connect all the pieces: mouthpiece to nose hose, nose hose to snot straw. You'll hear the snot straw click into place when it's properly inserted. 

How to use the NoseFrida

  1. Squirt a nasal saline spray into your baby's nostrils to help loosen up the mucus. "Just using a few drops of nasal saline is often enough to loosen the mucous and shrink the swollen nasal tissues," Dr. Stricklen told Insider Picks.

  2. Once you've given the saline spray a moment to loosen the mucus, position the tip of the snot straw on your baby's nostril. "Don't shove the large tube inside the nostril, just place against to create a seal," Parsons said.

  3. Put the mouthpiece in your mouth and gently suck the snot. This is where you'll hear and see your disgustingly satisfying success! (No, you won't suck the snot into your mouth. The single-use filter creates a barrier between you and the snot.)

  4. Repeat on the second nostril. 

Recently viewed