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on December 29, 2017
Nose frida does the job although I can't imagine anyone other than a doting parent willing to do this to a child. I bought one of these and used on my first born although initially few uses of me trying intentionally trying to slurp up his boogers made me gag. Now for baby number two the fact that I'm trying to suck up babies boogers with Frida on my mouth doesn't phase me. If you have a nanny don't expect her to do this for you.
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Top Contributor: Babyon September 12, 2017
I bought this but didn't think I would use it all that much. Well, when your baby is whistling through her tiny airway, you'll use it. It's inevitable.

The spray is definitely useful (but it works best upright) and I admit I only change the filter every two uses. The "filter" is nothing more than circles cut out in these foam rectangles but I guess. The hardest part is getting my baby to not move her head. I get the impression the experience of getting junk sucked out of your nose isn't very pleasant.

All in all, convenient and usually pretty effective. You may need to repeat for stubborn boogers. Occasionally, I may have a slight aftertaste of saline which I'd rather skip but it isn't guaranteed. I definitely don't regret purchasing this!
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on January 22, 2018
It works really well when you follow the direction. My little one was being fussy and found that almost both sides of her nostrils were clogged. I used the nasal spray into each nostril, waited a bit about a 4-5 seconds, then use the aspirator to suck it out. It came right off, no discomfort no cry!
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on June 9, 2018
I read about this product on a blog, read lots of reviews, watched YouTube videos then found it for the best price on amazon (Walmart offered it for the same price). It’s a little odd, and I can’t imagine anyone but a loving, concerned parent would be willing to try it out. It’s great! The spray is minimal and light, didn’t bother my fussy babies. I sucked so much drainage out of their noses to clear the nasal and back of the throat areas. My kids are sick and just miserable and as a parent, it breaks my heart that I can’t help and they can’t seem to understand how to blow their noses- but now I can help! It’s something you’d have to consistently keep up with while they’re sick, and often if it’s allergies but it does help. And when you’re “sucking” you don’t come in any contact with boogers, you suck through the straw, there’s a filter and you can see it but not touch it.
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on June 1, 2018
I was one of the people who was so against using this thing when I saw it at the store... I was so wrong. The people who say this doesn't work are not using it correctly. I hated it the first time I used it, it just made my daughter mad and I couldnt get anything out. Come to find out (and I discovered this by mistake trying to hold my daughter down to use it) the trick to using the NoseFrida is to gently pull your babies cheek away from the nostril you are going to suck out. When you open up their nostril, you get ALL OF THE GUNK up in their sinuses. Our daughter has RSV and she was over it within two weeks. Our doctor said the only reason she didnt get more sick was because we sucked our her boogies religiously. Our daughter absolutely hates it but I am so happy that I have it after realizing how well it really works! AND ITS SO SATISFYING TO GET ALL OF THAT CRAP OUT OF YOUR KID!!!! She could instantly breath 100% better and eventually stopped fighting it because she knew it would make her feel better.
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on September 20, 2017
This is one of the best products I have come through so far for snot sucking..! This is simple yet brilliant. My 2 year old daughter was soo stuffed up with boogie. She was not able to either sleep or drink milk and kept crying non stop but snot sucker came to our rescue. It's really simple to use. Spray the saline spray which comes along with the package , leave it for couple of minutes and use the snot sucker gently in the baby nose. It's this simple yet effective method to take out snot. I used to use it before every feed so that she is able to latch and suck properly and once before putting her to sleep at night so that my daughter can sleep properly throughout the night.
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on August 26, 2017
Totally unexpectedly love this product. I'll be the first to admit that I was super grossed out by even the idea of this product. But hey, as moms we did what needs to be done and sink to any level to get it done when it comes to the comfort of our babies. When our little one had his first cold at age 3 months old. We were willing to try anything. And thank heaven for this little do dad!!! I highly recommend for those little nostrils that just can't clear boogies yet.
And don't worry, no gross stuff even gets remotely close to your mouth. Sick away! There is a filter that blocks anything that could (but highly unlikely) get to the end of the tube anyway.
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We use the Nose Frida daily. It does such a good job. I could never get anything out with a bulb. This removed snot & boogers on the first attempt. It is NOT gross. After trying it once, you will understand how great it is. I just WISH they would include a cleaning brush with it! You have to rinse it out immediately, before it dries. For thorough cleaning (or dried boogies), you need to purchase a straw cleaning brush.
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on January 17, 2018
The idea is disgusting, but after fighting with the ineffective bulbs through a cold, I thew all the bulbs away and only allow the NoseFrida in our home! Easy to clean, and swap out the filters as you see fit. The updated design is nice because now my son can't pull the hose out of my mouth, as the connecting parts are reinforced. The nose spray is ok - it's just another saline spray. I definitely purchased specifically for the snot sucker!
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on April 8, 2018
This is great! I'm able to get the goopy snotty boogers outta there & relieve my lil' babe of the annoyance of her boogers. Woo!

This does not work on the dried out ones. For dried out ones, I use the 'oogiebear Ear & Nose Cleaner'. oogiebear Ear & Nose Cleaner
Or you can apparently squirt saline drops up their nose to soften the dried out boogers, then use the NoseFrida... but... even so.. I'd prolly still use the oogiebear for those.

But still get this for the goopy, deep in there, snotty boogers. The oogiebear can't get out the ones that are deep in there.
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