Babies get an average of 7 colds a year and as all parents can tell you, a blocked nose means disturbed sleep for all and difficulty feeding. All of which adds up to cranky baby and cranky parents.
So how to you de-stuff a stuffy nose in a baby who is too young to know how to 'blow' their nose. You use Nosefrida the SnotSucker. We've got 15 Snotsuckers available for reviewers to try (and keep )
This call out is now closed
Why is Nosefrida better than other aspirators?
Nosefrida is non-invasive-instead of going inside the nose like the bulb, it forms a seal with the outside of the baby's nostril (creating a vacuum). Parent powered (mouth) suction is much stronger and effective than the static suction of the bulb or battery powered aspirators.
NoseFrida is also easy to clean, dishwasher safe, and BPA & Phthalate free.
NoseFrida was developed by ear nose and throat specialists over 10 years ago and helps over 500,000 parents each year worldwide. Used and recommended by Paediatricians, TGA approved in Australia and FDA (Food and drug administration, USA) Nosefrida is the number one selling Nasal Aspirator Worldwide, it reduces the amount of mucous in the nose.
When your baby is congested and they are too young to blow their own nose, Nosefrida helps clear their nose, enabling them to breathe, feed and sleep easier.
You can read more about Nosefrida on their website, where Snotsuckers cost $15.95.
So if you want to become a Snotsucker, this is what you need to do:
Reply to this thread IF:
- you have a baby/child aged 0-3
- you would be able to use this product and write a review for us
- you are a member of our Reviewer Panel (you can join up - info here)
- your Reviewer Panel details are up-to-date with your current address (user cp > edit profile to change your details - remember members cannot see this info, only admins can see this data)
- you must live in Australia
By replying to this thread, you agree to:
- test the product diligently
- post a review in our reviews section within three weeks of receiving the product having used the product
- your review must be at least 50 words long and written in a way that is easy to understand
If you agree to all the above, post in this thread saying Pick Me and tell us why we should!!
We'll look at all the posts that have been made 10am Tuesday 29 May, Brissie time, and select 15 lucky viewers. If you have completed your Reviewer Panel details correctly, we'll have your name and address and will be able to send you the product.
Preference will be given to regular contributors to our community and those who have posted in our reviews section previously. How to add a review guide
And if you miss out this time, don't worry, there will be plenty of other opportunities coming up soon! Subscribe to this section to make sure you are the first to hear about any opportunities.
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24-05-2012 12:39 #1
15 reviewers needed for the Nosefrida Snotsucker!
Last edited by BH-bubhub; 29-05-2012 at 11:10.
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24-05-2012 12:57 #2Senior Member
- Join Date
- May 2012
Pick me! My two s'not suckers are useless and are now being used to entertain bub while changing her nappy! I have tried fess with them but just makes her nose run more!!
mummy to gods gift to us
24-05-2012 12:59 #3
Pick me I have 5 young kids we have copious amounts of snot to suck
24-05-2012 13:02 #4Junior Member
- Join Date
- Jun 2011
Pick me please!
My bubs is only 3 months old and has had 2 colds already! I've tried using the bulb but it doesn't ever suck all the snot out. Bubs gets so upset he barely sleeps and finds it hard to feed with a blocked snotty nose
24-05-2012 13:08 #5
I got TWO girls (within in age gap) with blocked noses due to having colds. This will be perfect to remove those boogies since neither of them can blow their nose yet.
Last edited by Missemzy; 25-05-2012 at 11:58.
24-05-2012 13:08 #6
*puts hand up* pick me too!
24-05-2012 13:13 #7Member
- Join Date
- Sep 2011
Pick me. I have a 14 month old and 3 year old who have difficulty blowing their nose. This would help ease the pain and frustration of nose blowing for littlies!
24-05-2012 13:13 #8Junior Member
- Join Date
- Jan 2012
Would love to get chosen have a snuffly 17mth ATM :-(
24-05-2012 13:15 #9Senior Member
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
Please pick me I have a 23 month old and a 10 month old who have just started crèche and have continually runny noses. I am constantly wiping and milking them to try to help them breathe. Thanks
24-05-2012 13:18 #10
Please pick me, I have one of the bulb ones that really isn't helping my 2yr old and my 9 month old at the moment :-(
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