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Baby Comfy Nose :: Living Simple

If you’ve ever used a bulb or battery-type aspirator to clear the mucus out of your little one’s nose, you’ve probably said to yourself: “There has to be a better way!” Well, apparently there is a better way and it’s called the BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator. Here’s the amazing part (or gross part – depending on your perspective) it uses your own suction. And that’s why it’s superior to standard aspirators. 

Think about it: your own lungs are a really strong and natural vacuum cleaner – much more powerful than a tiny bulb or battery-powered motor. And the result is just a more effective method of clearing your baby’s sinuses.

 
But have no fear; you won’t suck boogies into your mouth because of the design of the receptacle and the tissue filter that you insert into the body of the aspirator. This is why pediatricians are recommending BabyComfyNose to moms and dads. 
 
Recently, Dr. Sears of The Doctors TV Show recommended the BabyComfyNose as the best way to clear babies’ noses. Take a look at the video ‘How to Use the BabyComfyNose’ here www.babycomfynose.com to see how well it works. The folks at BabyComfyNose are also offering a 20%-off coupon. Details here http://www.babycomfynose.com/usfamilyguide.
 

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    A Haute Mommy
    March 26, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    My baby has congestion and the doctor said it could last up to 2 months after birh. Cleaning his nose has become regular but this I don’t know about. It seems pretty weird.

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    kita
    March 27, 2013 at 10:49 am

    Looks odd I would have to get some more reviews on this but I will probably never be using it *going to knock on wood*

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    Katherine Phillips
    March 27, 2013 at 3:12 pm

    Hey when my kids were little and were congested we used to blow through their mouths to clear their noses cause sometimes the suction didn’t work. Wish they had this when my kids were younger. Ha ha ha!!!

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    Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious?
    April 1, 2013 at 1:55 am

    Those blue bulb things are nasty…I always heard about these, but never got one!

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