Noze Filter-Free Nasal Aspirator Review (Bbluv)

Noze Filter-Free Nasal Aspirator
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What It Is

Runny noses are no fun for anyone, but if your baby has one this cold and flu season, the Noze Filter-Free Nasal Aspirator can help alleviate discomfort. The nose tip is made of 100-percent medical grade silicone, as is the large mouthpiece. Gently insert the tip into the baby's nose, insert the mouthpiece into your mouth, and gradually suck. Mucus gets trapped in the safety valve, while air travels through the suction chamber and tubing. All of the pieces come apart so you can easily clean or sterilize them. A storage case is also included.

Why Is It Useful?

If you have a baby, you need a snot sucker. Yes, they do work. No, you will not suck snot into your mouth. That's what the safety valve on the Noze is for. And that's what also makes it different from other nasal aspirators. Instead of filters that you have to change with each use, the Noze is filter-free, so you don't have to worry about needing filter refills. It's easy to set up, easy to use (provided your baby isn't too wiggly), and easy to clean.

Who It’s For

The Noze can be used with babies from birth and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Because the parent provides the suction, make sure you use a slow, gradual suck to prevent discomfort and injury to the baby.

The Noze is BPA- and phthalate-free.

Additional bbluv products to help care for a sick child is the Termo non-contact infrared thermometer, sold separately.

AT A GLANCE:
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy