And the Winner Is: Fridababy NoseFrida
You knew you’d have to deal with spit-up and dirty diapers, but were you anticipating sucking snot out of baby’s nose? No? Get ready. Until the age of about 2, little ones aren’t developmentally ready to learn to blow their nose—which means when baby is congested and drippy, you have to do the work for them. When stuffiness strikes, you’ll want a NoseFrida on hand. Using your mouth to siphon out the snot may seem off-putting at first, but this nasal aspirator is actually more effective and sanitary than most suction bulbs. Not convinced? Listen to the 10,000 parents who give this tried-and-true tool a near perfect rating on Amazon.
What We Love
- You have complete control over the level and speed of suction, since you’re using your own mouth
- A disposal hygiene filter prevents mucus and bacteria from entering your mouth
- The clear tube lets you see exactly how much snot you’ve managed to get out
- It’s incredibly simple to clean and re-assemble
Buy it: $16, Amazon.com