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BabyComfyNose Review & Giveaway

BabyComfyNose Review & Giveaway

BabyComfyNose is a better snot sucker than a bulb syringe or even a battery operated nasal aspirator.  Healthy lungs can generate 10x the suction power that a bulb syringe can.  So why not put those lungs to use?  A bulb syringe doesn’t do the job in just one try, for sure, and no baby wants to sit through multiple suction tries.  BabyComfyNose eliminates that.  The nasal tip and mouth piece are made from soft silicon-type rubber that makes it as comfortable as possible for your baby.  The suction tube doesn’t allow water droplets to be transported, so you don’t have to worry about catching your baby’s bugs.  And the tissue filtration provides added protection without having to buy expensive filters.  It gets the job done!

BabyComfyNose Review & Giveaway

Fortunately for my boy, and unfortunately for this review, I have not had any occasion to sunction my son’s nose out lately.  He’s been healthy and snot-free.  Let me tell you my thoughts, though, after doing some research and my perceptions after thoroughly looking over my BabyComfyNose.  Let’s just face it, the bulb syringes definitely leave something to be desired.  They’re necessary, but not horribly efficient.  And what baby likes to have his nose snorked out (the term my family uses for suctioning a baby’s nose!)?  Mine sure doesn’t.  He squirms and screams, all the while his dad has to trap his little arms to repeatedly use the bulb (aka snorker).  Here are some definite benefits I see to the BabyComfyNose.  As gross as the thought may be, our mouths are a whole lot more powerful than a bulb syringe, and have a whole lot more sucking power.  Thankfully, there’s a chamber where you place a wadded up tissue that acts as a filter – it’s as simple as that, no buying a bunch of expensive filters.  Also, the tubing system is clear and you can see that it’s working (Gross thought?  Yes.  But as moms, we’ve seen a whole lot worse!).  And, the whole system is easy to clean.  Sounds good to me.  There’s no question that this will take place of that gross little bulb.  And I’ve even already gifted one to my sister who is having a baby this fall – perfect!

You can buy your BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator online at Amazon.com.  They come in blue, magenta, and crystal, and retail for $14.95.  *Currently the crystal BabyComfyNose is out of stock.

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Disclosure: I received 2 Baby Comfy Nose Nasal Aspirators in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

Gianna

Friday 7th of September 2012

The nylon mesh storage pouch that comes standard with the BabyComfyNose is more than convenient storage, it allows hygienic drying.

Lisa Dripps

Friday 7th of September 2012

I like that you can tissues in it.

cassandra (rab pom)

Friday 7th of September 2012

I like that it is easy to clean.

beth c

Friday 7th of September 2012

i love the soft nasal tip and the fact that you don't have to stick anything up the child's nose!! my son hates that! they seem to have thought of everything- it sounds great! thanks! :)

kathy pease

Friday 7th of September 2012

I like that the nasal tip and mouth piece are both soft silicon-type rubber

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