I would love to review the Flo kids spray. I have twin toddlers who constantly get sick and have mucky noses but I'd especially like to try it for my 6 year old who still hasn't learnt to blow her nose (coordination issues) and as such, clearing her nose is really hard. She has a permenatly damaged ear drum so keeping her clear is crucial to keeping her healthy. I love the idea the Flo can be sprayed from any direction. Hopefully no more pinning them down to get some saline up those noses!
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04-05-2016 07:41 #11Junior Member
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04-05-2016 08:18 #12
I have my own man-child with a blocked nose today - however, he's outside the 0-12 year age bracket!
04-05-2016 14:08 #13Senior Member
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My little cherub is just getting over his first ever cold (why isn't that that a milestone to record in his Baby Book :P ) and although we tried a few medication free options to try and relieve his congestion nothing but mumma cuddles seemed to help, especially at night. My husband has had success using Flo for sinus issues in the past but I was unaware they had a children's range. This is a brand I trust and something I would happily trial on my 9 month old.
Thanks for your consideration.
04-05-2016 19:55 #14
Still open if others are interested.
05-05-2016 08:33 #15
Any more hubbers out there wanting to try the Flo Baby and Flo Kids products - closes tomorrow morning
05-05-2016 11:25 #16
Would be happy to try either the baby or kids ones. My girls are 20 months and 4 years and both seem to have a permanent snotty nose at the moment. Will Pm my address.
05-05-2016 11:29 #17
I would love to try them! My 5 week old DD has her first snotty nose and it's horrible. Not looking forward to winter.
05-05-2016 21:53 #18Senior Member
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I saw this review yesterday and just new I had to come back and apply to review the Flo Kids Saline Nasal Spray. After spending all night listing to my son sniff snort and and struggle to breath threw his nose you just have to pick me. Not only is it horrible for him not to be able to breath but it is getting a tad annoying for me (opps bad mum moment). His blocked nose is also making him snore at night and as a result is getting a very poor quality of sleep which is resulting in some major issues not only for him but for the whole family.
I would really love to find something for him that's not only preservative-free and natural but something that actually works for him.
My Son is 11 years old, asthmatic and has ongoing congestion and sinusitis usually caused by allergies. We have tried a few sprays now so have a bench mark which to compare the spray to. He hasn't been using his regular spray for a few months now so perfect time to trial the Flo kids nasal spray.
If I am not chosen to review the kids Spray I also have a one year old I could test the Flo Baby Nasal Spray on. She is showing signs of similar issues as her brother and my 4 year old keeps brining home colds from school.
I defiantly meet the criteria:
I have a children aged 0 – 12 years of age
My 11 year old desperately needs keep his nasal passages clear so he can breathe better and breathe easier at night.
I am able to test the product for at least 2-5 days and then write a review of at least 50 words.
Last edited by Skye Baby; 05-05-2016 at 22:39.
06-05-2016 09:13 #19Senior Member
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Not sure if I'm too late for this.
Would love to try this for my 2 year old. He's been very run down and had constant cold for weeks now that doesn't seem to be shifting.
21-05-2016 16:09 #20
I've posted my review. Great product! It is definitely a keeper!
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