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Review: NeilMed Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator


Clears stuffy noses
Easy to use
Healthy
Safe
Easy to clean

Summary:

5

Thank you. Moms Meet for giving me an opportunity to share the NeilMed Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator with my readers. I have a friend who raves over the Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator so I was eager to try it. During the fall and Spring seasons, my family and I struggle with allergies so the Nasal Aspirator was right on time.

If you have young children it can be extremely frustrating to get them to blow their noses. Especially, babies who are usually unable to blow efficiently. Many are also unwilling to cooperate while you use handheld bulb aspirators. Often instead of our children letting us help, they are left miserable from mucous buildup and seeing our little ones suffer while sick is also painful. NeilMed sought to make this challenge easier, safer, and healthier.

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If your child has a cold or mucous build up from allergies there is relief with NeilMed’s Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator. NeilMed’s Nasal-Oral Aspirator is different from common bulb aspirators also called bulb syringes because:

  • Parents know how much pressure they are providing.
  • The bulb is clear so parents  can see what is coming out of the child’s nose.
  • The clear bulb also allows parents to make sure that the aspirator is completely clean before and in between uses.
  • The tip of the aspirator is soft and not too small so it’s safe and comfortable to use on your child.
  • It’s also easier to use than a hand held aspirator.
  • The suction that parents provide works to clear the child’s nasal passages.
  • The bulb can be taking apart and cleaned thoroughly.
  • It’s also dishwasher safe
  • Lastly, it comes with a 100% money back guarantee.

This is a product I highly recommend for any child who is unable to blow his or her nose well, this aspirator will give them much-needed relief. I also like how simple this product is to use. In fact, I wish it were around when my children were infants. If you don’t have a small child, the NeilMed Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator makes a great baby shower gift. I’m not the only parent who thinks this product is great.  NeilMed Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator is a recipient of the Parent Tested Parent Approved award.

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Product Description

  • Transparent design
  • Sterilizable
  • Safe for babies & toddlers
  • Contains in-line disposable filters to reduce contamination risk
  • Components pull apart for easy cleaning
  • 2-in-1 design allows for use as both a bulb and an aspirator
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made of high-grade silicone,Dishwasher safe (excluding disposable filters)

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This post is sponsored, all opinions expressed are my own and may not reflect the views of the NeilMed or Moms Meet. Amazon links on this blog are affiliate links.

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  • I remember struggling with my kids when they were small. Trying to keep their systems clean and clear. This would be a huge help.

  • I have seen and heard about how well this works. But I admit that I’m always a little nervous about pouring water in my nose lol.

  • Kim T.

    Watching your little one suffer with a stuffy nose and being unable to blow is so hard to watch. My kids are bigger, and one still won’t blow her nose (at 10 years old) for fear of getting musous on her hand. Maybe we need to try this!

  • carlana

    This looks like a great product for my niece but I am a bit apprehensive about putting water in her nose, to be honest! I’ll mention this to my sister, though.

  • Jonna

    Wow this is pretty cool because nothing is worse than when a baby has a stuffy nose. Shoot, I hate blowing my nose to this day as a grown woman!

  • As I sit here battling a stuffy nose and a case of Fall allergies, I only have two words “I NEED”. I know it’s mostly for kids but your post reminded me to get a Netti pot because this congestion is for the birds.

  • Kasi Perkins

    It’s so hard dealing with a stuffy nose as a child! This seems like the perfect fix.

  • I swear I was just tellng my mom about this. Not this brand but a similar one but nonetheless it great invention because children/infants need to get all of that mucus out better.

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