Reddit Reddit reviews Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Frida Baby

We found 61 Reddit comments about Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Frida Baby. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Frida Baby
HYGIENIC: Disposable filters are clinically proven to prevent the transfer of mucus or bacterial germs to the snot sucker when clearing stuffy noses. Replace filter after every use.COMFORTABLE + NON-INVASIVE: NoseFrida creates a seal with the outside of the baby’s nostril for gentle snotsucking.DISHWASHER SAFE: The blue nasal tube, red mouthpiece, and filter cap are top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.PEDIATRICIAN RECOMMENDED: BPA + Phthalate-free. Suitable for ages 0 to 9 yearsBABY REGISTRY ESSENTIAL: Includes 1 NoseFrida and 4 Hygiene Filters
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61 Reddit comments about Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Frida Baby:

u/namhob · 96 pointsr/Parenting

One word (that looks like two): NoseFrida

Those snot balls are disgusting. You never empty it!

u/doctaj5 · 26 pointsr/Parenting

Second this. Best thing since sliced bread.

Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Frida Baby

u/DoctorVanHelsing · 23 pointsr/tilwtf

Not exactly mouth to nose, but this device is specifically for sucking snot out of babies' noses. Super popular too.

u/SugarandSass · 15 pointsr/BabyBumps

Ha! Here's my favorite dad review. It's about the nose frida snot sucker, and it's glorious.

u/SgtP2844 · 14 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Nose Frida

snot sucker

u/silkrobe · 12 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I actually know people who swear by this for dealing with baby snot problems. :D

u/StrangledMind · 12 pointsr/childfree

And that's about the same price as the Hippy Mombie version!

u/vonMars · 9 pointsr/Parenting

Use a Nosefrida

It's awesome, and I highly recommend it.

u/Mickaloni · 8 pointsr/Mommit

Yes, yes, yes to the Nose Frida Snot Sucker. I had such issues with my kids and congestion and those bulb syringes never worked. But a warning, it does a good job and feels weird. Don't be surprised if your kid does NOT like it but their easy breathing is your reward.

This is what worked for us:

  • Using Nose Frida along with saline drops

  • Elevate head of bassinet/crib slightly (fold up a baby blanket or place a book under the mattress)
  • Use a cool mist humidifier
u/dcoughlin · 7 pointsr/BuyItForLife

We have five kids, so things here have lasted at least that long:

Baby Bjourn Babysitter which goes by a new name now.
NoseFrida Snotsucker is the grossest name, but very handy and BIFL
Bumbo floor seat is a plastic seat kids sit on, on the floor
Boppy is a big U-shaped pillow for floor sitting or nursing
Wood stacking toys - either Ikea or Melissa & Doug
Saddleback leather/Love41 bucket bag for a diaper bag

u/TookieDeLaCreme · 7 pointsr/AskReddit

Was it a snotsucker or did he just do it skin to skin? Either way, that's true love right there.

u/Black_Delphinium · 7 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

Get the Nose Frida. Those little nose cleaning bulbs do crap all. This was much more effective.

u/Gatorgirl007 · 6 pointsr/legaladvice
u/Babble_Gum · 6 pointsr/tifu

Well, I have no experience with children, but we have things like this and this to remove snot from baby nose, so I imagine that if you don't have access to one of those you do what you gotta do.

u/cornfrontation · 5 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

This sounds gross, but it's the best baby tool out there. I give it to everyone now.

u/rosstein33 · 5 pointsr/Parenting

Get the nose Frida (Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Fridababy – Baby Shower Gift and Registry essential

Absolute game changer. I've used it for two kids now and it's change our lives. Really helps with eliminating post nasal drip and subsequent coughs from that. Kids don't like it much but oh well. It gets the job done and they are booger free. Just gotta hold the little tikes down a little bit.

u/mdhurt2 · 4 pointsr/WTF

They actually can breed mold.

I never used one on my baby. I used this instead, which works like a charm.

u/xxlilstepsxx · 4 pointsr/beyondthebump

Pretty much all you can do is continue everything in your power to make her comfortable. Suction out her nose as much as possible to make it easier for her to breathe, and make sure her throat / mouth don't get dried out because she'll be doing a lot of mouth breathing.

My son has had pretty much non-stop upper respiratory infections since he was 3 months old. We do :

  • Humidifier
  • Vicks on his feet under his socks (dunno why, but this seems to help on occasion)
  • We use a nosefrida coupled with saline drops to suction out his nose (Put the saline in her nose and let it sit for a couple of seconds to loosen up the snot, then use the nosefrida to get all that nastiness out)
  • When he gets really bad, our guest bathroom is tiny, so we get him in there, turn the shower on hot, close the door, turn off the fan, and let the steam go to work. This really helps a lot: there have been times where we've done this and the poor little guy has had snot all the way from his nose to his diaper.

    I'm sorry your LO is sick! I hope she gets to feeling better soon!!
u/davdev · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

OP, get this:

Works the same as actually sucking, only no snot goes in your mouth

u/aleii1 · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Nosefrida - gross but works much better than a bulb syringe. When your baby can't breathe well because of a clogged nostril, saline spray + Nosefrida is awesome.

Kimono style clothes
- newborns have no neck strength and their floppy heads make it hard to dress them in regular clothes that pull over their head. Kimono style is amazing. You just lay it on the ground, lay baby on top of it, and then button it up. Once I figured this out, I had my baby in nothing else.

Get some sort of swing, stroller + carseat connector (convenient), a wearable baby carrier (nice to help you get things done when baby doesn't want to be put down, and helpful in places like the supermarket), and pack n play

u/babydekuscrub · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Both of these look great! I would totally sleep on the canoe pillow. And I pumped at work for a year, being hands free and able to continue typing at my desk saved me many many hours of productive work time.

Before my first baby I would've said the most ridiculous product was the bendy straw thing that you can use to suck boogers out of your baby's nose. But the sucker bulbs are hopeless and it's awful not being able to help a sick, congested baby - I absolutely intend on getting one of these this time!

u/Aloof_pooch · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

Nosefrida Snotsucker I just can't. I have tried.

u/Chriss1241 · 2 pointsr/daddit

Same thing happened here. 1 week into daycare got a cold, which then turned into an ear infection.

Anyway, we got the Nosefrida which is 100% better then a bulb syringe (and 100% more disgusting, but it pulls out so much more snot). Just put some saline drops in before to loosen everything up.

Also, as per a recommendation of a friend, we rubbed Vicks BabyRub on her feet before bed, put some socks on, and the coughing definitely decreased at night. We asked our ped. before we did, and though she never heard of doing it, she didn't see a problem with it. Just make sure it is the Vicks BABYRUB, it is safe for 3 months+ in age.

u/kaydubbleu · 2 pointsr/daddit

We've been putting Vicks in a bowl or 2 with hot water in the room with my daughter when shes sleeping overnight etc.. We've also noticed her nose gets blocked and crusty when a tooth is coming in so maybe its just that and not a cold with your boy as well. We got one of these Nosefrida things and it works well when its really blocked.

u/mahsitti · 2 pointsr/Mommit

The bulbs can be tricky and it is possible to injure your kid if used improperly. The nosefrida really is much better.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Parenting

What we do is take the baby for a long medium-hot shower (which our baby absolutely loves), and let the snot loosen up a little, then we have one of these which we use to get out as many of the boogers as we can.

Usually, the combination of the relaxation of the shower, and the improvement in the congestion, will make the next attempt at sleep more successful.

As far as taking the baby in the shower, the parent who's giving the shower typically aims the shower as far down as it can, and sits Indian style just at the edge of the water (so that only one leg is really getting any of the spray) and puts the baby in our lap Indian-style in the direction that his feet are on the water side. Then we'll put a rag over the baby's torso, and keep the water on that rag warm by occasionally dripping water with a sponge. So, it's really the steam of the shower that's helps with the congestion, and the noise/warmth that helps the child settle down.

u/bucki_fan · 2 pointsr/predaddit

Just go now:

Sleeper - Agree with OP, this thing is fantastic. Daughter never slept in her "real" crib until nearly 9 months old. Really pissed that they added the auto-rocker and now I'm tempted to spend $90 to replace our perfectly good one.

Swing - Get one that plugs-in. Also, the one that rocks like a ship (4mom?) and is like $300 - wife's cousin bought one because expensive = best and kid was getting sea sick.

Nosefrida or Baby Comfy Nose - this may save your sanity and the life of you, your spouse, or your child because otherwise sleepless nights are in your future.

Boppy - amazingly useful.

Extra car seat base

Don't bother:

  • Baby wipe warmer
  • Bumbo
  • Diaper Genie - they barely work and you get a compressed plastic log of unholy smell instead of a plastic bag that you can get rid of after one diaper if warranted.

    Kid Dependent:

    Bottles - we got lucky on our first try and she did great with the Tommy bottles. Don't buy a ton or at least don't open them all and be unable to exchange.

    Formula - not judging and sometimes its necessary or just a simple convenience. But some kids prefer one brand over another and/or will react differently to different brands. Also, Costco = Gerber; Target = Similac and WalMart/Sam's = Enfamil.

    Pacifier - some love them, some hate them. Most love, but ours hated the straight kind and was insisting on the flat ones within a few months.

    Humidifier - get a real one that uses heat and be smart enough to put it far enough away from the kid so they don't get burned. Ultrasonic doesn't do shit for stuffy noses or coughs.

    Good Idea, but can wait:

    Video monitor - We went with a normal Foscam and put the tinyCam app on our phones for a few bucks.

    Small food processor - as said elsewhere, don't get the baby one; or just get the cheaper Bella one from Kohl's. Making baby food isn't that hard and it's a ton cheaper. If you've got a Nutribullet or similar, you're also good to go.
u/hope2786 · 2 pointsr/Mommit

nosefredia for when baby has a stuffy nose and then the windi for when baby has gas. Now I know that both products seem.... gross but trust me they work.

u/xyzzzzy · 2 pointsr/Parenting

None of this is magic but it all helps a little.

Boogie Mist Sterile Saline Nasal Spray for Baby and Kids Sensitive Noses Clear Congestion, Fresh Scent, 3.1 Ounce

VICKS BABY RUB 50 GM, 1.76 oz

JOHNSON'S Soothing Vapor Bath 15 oz ( Pack of 2)

Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida the Snotsucker by Fridababy – Baby Shower Gift and Registry essential

Vicks Mini Filter Free Cool Mist Humidifier Small Humidifier for Bedrooms, Baby, Kids Rooms, Auto-Shut Off, 0.5 Gallon Tank for 20 Hours of Moisturized Air, Use with Vicks VapoPads

u/jam2612 · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

It's a snot sucker thingy: [NoseFrida] ( Probably not quite as much suction as putting your mouth right on there though...

u/dotme · 2 pointsr/Silverbugs

I think baby cries due to 4 reasons: hunger, uncomfortable/too cold/too hot/wet diaper, sick, mucus (we didn't know about this one). Probably a tons more reasons, but let's not get started. Address those 4 issues as a starting point.

If you need help with a circumcised baby, let me know. I googled like hell and there weren't much help.

u/Peachmaru · 2 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Pregnancy: Liked Old Navy Maternity I loved wearing foldover waist things like capri pants, skirts, and pants. Though for work I was able to keep wearing my pre-pregnancy pants as my fat redistributed and they are elastic waist anyway. And the Old Navy Maternity tank tops are amazing, I still wear them after giving birth. I also wore Poise pads to catch my pee leaks, they worked great.

Did not like Ginger gum, that shit's gross.

Postpartum: Liked Kotex pads. The squirt bottle they gave me at the hospital. Colace.

Did not like Always pads (fucking cheese grater). Those witch hazel pads didn't do much for me, neither did the numbing cream.

Baby Like Pampers Baby Dry diapers, Fisher Price Rock and Play, Nosefrida snotsucker, Fisher Price plug in swing, Chicco Keyfit 30, Chicco NextFit, Harmony Odyssey stroller, Infantino pouch feeding products, Vtech baby monitor, Cuisinart food processor, lightweight car seat toys, Ubbi diaper pail, IKEA high chair (I probably have more, but these are some of the things I love on a daily basis or have saved my sanity).

Did not like Swaddle blankets (specifically swaddling), moby wrap, boppy pillow, Graco battery operated swing, huggies diapers, and MAM bottles.

Bonus Mom Supplies Pump wipes (my pump room at work has no sink and these are perfect to use after pumping), leisure bra (I cut holes where my nipples are and I can double pump hands-free, so helpful!), and JuJuBe diaper bag (it's small and cute and I know where everything is now!)

u/NavyGuy87 · 2 pointsr/Flyers

Dude there's a swedish company that makes one that you yourself suck out.... Like siphoning gas.... I gagged at the sight of it....

Found it ^sorry

u/unwiredmatt · 1 pointr/Parenting

I agree with the advice to go to a doctor. Do you have a Nose Frida? The Frida works way better than the bulb aspirators.

u/beermit · 1 pointr/CollegeBasketball

There is actually a device that is effectively that. Let me find a link.

So there's this thing that looks like a baster:

And then there's this thing where you use your own suction:

I've used both on my kiddo. The second works surprisingly well

u/uberKookie · 1 pointr/Parenting

Came here to say this! Seriously, Nosefrida is awesome. Looks weird, but it's legit. It totally saved my sanity and helped baby breathe better almost immediately. Reviews
I would also talk to the pediatrician just to be safe. Congratulations and good luck!

u/fart_face_flamingo · 1 pointr/WTF

Snot sucker
This is such a better idea.

u/HapEGoLucky · 1 pointr/funny

For those wanting a link to this strange contraption, here you are:

Apparently, someone out there thought that handheld snot-suckers weren't good enough. The world needed one where you could suck your baby's snot out with your mouth. X_X

u/Coookiepuss · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Get aNosefrida! My son who's 11.5 weeks gets congested because he spits up a lot. That thing works awesomely!

u/CrackaAssCracka · 1 pointr/daddit

Get the Nosefrida. Blows the doors off of the ball-type nasal aspirator.

u/Ajoeee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've heard this thingy is really good for baby congestion.

The other thing we do for Adalyn's congestion is take Vicks babyrub and put it on her chest and the bottom of her feet, then put socks on. I don't know why the feet thing works but it did for us. Hope she feels better soon :(

u/xixoxixa · 1 pointr/Mommit

I am not a doctor, this is not medical advice, everything here can be found on google.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends palivizumab monoclonal antibody for high-risk infants and children with RSV - I don't know your risks, but worth knowing about it. Position here.

Gentle clapping over the chest (front and back) with cupped hands (like this) will help mobilize secretions in the chest.

If there's a bunch of junk in the nose, an aspirator like this can help. Also, a sinus rinse like this in conjunction with suction may help.

Upright as much as possible. warm humid air will help moisten the secretions in the chest, which will help them clear out.

If coughing continues for an extended period, then cold dry air (like driving around with the windows cracked open) will help reduce the inflammation in the airways. Sometimes popsicles will help too, as they indirectly cool all the air being breathed in, and what kid doesn't love popsicles, especially when they don't feel good.

Good luck.

Source: respiratory therapist for ~10 years.

u/morenita_bella · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I've thrown everything on there that I know we will need/want. This way, whatever is left, we can still get a discount on. I have both pricey and not so pricey items. And I too am registered with Amazon. Here are a few of the cheaper items I have on my list if you want to check them out:
Skip Hop Spout Cover- Whale

Baby Banana training toothbrush

Munchkin Backseat Organizer

Sasy Baby Disposable Diaper Baggies


Lamaze Freddie the Firefly

Green sprouts 10 Pack Waterproof Absorbent Terry Bibs (someone on here told me these rocked so added them lol)

Hope this helps! :)

u/whatrosasaid · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cheer up buttercup! September babies are the best! (biased as I am one).

Here's something to add to your baby WL. I think it's hilarious and upsetting, but it's apparently really great and I probably won't understand it until I have kids and want to suck their noses?

u/booksgamesandstuff · 1 pointr/Parenting

This. My niece and my nephew's wife have them, and love them. The kids hate it, but they swear by it. I think it can be found at Target, not positive tho.

u/chengjih · 1 pointr/daddit

20% off diapers, wipes and 3 other random items? Yes.

Oh, a suction bulb for the nose or a Nose Frida, says someone who just had a baby wake up crying because of nasal congestion.

u/kaceface · 1 pointr/CautiousBB

Yay for your results! My son was born at 34 weeks, 4.5 pounds. It seems super small for people who aren't used to preemies, but as a NICU nurse, I can tell you those little ones are very feisty. Try not to worry too much about your cousin's baby :D

I'm not sure there's really any "cool" baby stuff, but here are some of my favorite random items:

  • Nosefrida. Seriously, just buy this. You need it.
  • Vick's rectal thermometer. Helpful for parents who aren't used to taking rectal temps. As you can see, you physically can't stick this in too far, so it seems less daunting. My only complaint is that it reads so quickly that occasionally it would read lower than I knew his temperature was. I would just repeat it and get the real result the second time around.
  • Safety 1st nail clippers. Has a light and everything so you can see what you're doing. My friend would actually make me cut her daughter's nails with my clippers when she came to visit, lol.

    I also think everyone should have some sort of baby carrying device. If you get something with buckles (like an Ergo), make sure the seat of the carrier is wide enough to support your baby from knee to knee. Think an Ergo, not a Baby Bjorn.

    Hmm, that's all for now. I'll try to think of something cool ;)
u/ExoticCommunication · 1 pointr/UpliftingNews

Ah, if you stay home you may not need to, but if the insurance company provides you a pump for free, why not? Plus, if you need to take a trip without the kiddo (it happens!) or you get a plugged duct while baby is sleeping (it happens!) you may want the pump to help out.

We did a bassinet for the first, err... 3 months, 4 months? Eventually though they'll get too big for even a bigger bassinet. I think ours outgrew hers at around 6 months. The pack and plays are okay, but oh boy are they low to the floor (being... on the floor and all...) Maybe look at the convertible bed-crib things? 2 things in one go!

And yeah, wait for Target baby stuff sales. Worst case is you get a gift card that you then spend on diapers.

Oh a few items you didn't know you wanted (but you probably want!)

  1. Butt paste wand. Trust me. Get this. Diaper cream is a great thing, but it gets stuck EVERYWHERE.
  2. Baby changing caddy. Can you live without it? Yes. But is it nice when you're changing a kiddo at 2am and need everything in one place? Yep.
  3. Nose Frida. Seems gross, but oh man is it more effective than the bulbs in a lot of cases. When the baby gets its first cold, you'll need at least this, a bulb, maybe a Dyson with an attachment, an industrial vacuum tube... Maybe my kid was just a snot factory...

    That's about it. Maybe 1000 swaddles...
u/bookchaser · 1 pointr/RandomKindness

Add to your wish list a Nosefrida nasal aspirator, aka a snot snucker.

American stores only sell ball aspirators which do a poor job, aren't transparent so you can't see how poor a job they're doing, and are difficult to properly clean.

In virtually every other developed nation, parents use some variation of an aspirator like the Nosefrida (in one country they actually use an aspirator that hooks up to a vacuum hose!). It looks disgusting, but every parent I've given one to thanks me a year or two later and tells me they're still using it. IMHO, it's the best baby shower gift, and you never have to worry that someone else will give the same gift.

And skip any battery-powered nasal aspirators. They're less effective and exist only because manufacturers/distributors are convinced Americans will never accept a real snot sucker.

How it works: insert the aspirator into the opening of the baby's nostril. The aspirator (which is really just a big tube with a tapered tip) is attached to a long thinner tube and a filter. Suck on the other end of the tube, literally sucking the snot out of your sick baby's nose. Apply as much or as little force as is needed.

It's oodles better than multiple repeated, half-effective attempts using a ball aspirator. Both products make your baby cry, but one actually frees up the baby's breathing, and quickly at that.

u/Mediocre_Investment · 1 pointr/childfree

Yeah picking boogers out with their hands is gross, but somehow I find this (admittedly more hygienic) thing to be even nastier.

u/briand92 · 1 pointr/NewParents

Reddit is definitely a great resource. However, make sure she knows about That is a great resource for new parents (mom & dad). Having a brand new baby at home can be a very stressful time. However, between all the screaming you and your wife will have some of the most precious and memorable experiences of your lives. Treasure those moments and the stressful times will feel worth the effort. Definitely pick up the Nose Frieda. It definitely helps having the right tool for the job. Also, pickup a copy of Be Prepared. It's a great (and funny) book for new dads.

u/JoMa4 · 1 pointr/WTF

I still think it is gross, but at least use this product if you really feel the need to suck out your kid's snot.

u/AlucardD80 · 1 pointr/WTF

I'll just stick with this

u/LeansSlightlyLeft · 1 pointr/WTF
u/skiattle · 1 pointr/WTF

She should get a NoseFrida. Believe it or not, that is the most hygienic way.

u/EfficientUterus · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

A NoseFrida or similar nasal aspirator would be good to help clear congestion. We use the HydraSense brand aspirator with a baby saline spray and it's SO effective. Once you get over the ick factor you realize it's a great thing. The HydraSense has a little disposable paper filter on it that prevents any material from being sucked into your mouth.

u/Logic_85 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

As a 4x parent, I am no expert, but more of a skilled advisor.

A "nose frida" is helpful for when a child gets congested and wont let you use "the bulb" on their nose.

Bumbos are nice for when they are a few months old - plop them in that bad boy and it helps them if they are tired of laying on their back:

Blankets & burp cloths galore - you can never have enough!

If you are a worrier, a SIDS monitor is helpful, but they are spendy: (and currently out of stock, but its a starting point!)

Maybe add some "days off work" to your list?

Also don't forget things for YOU - make sure you have food, clothes, nursing bras, nursing pads (to stop leakage), lanolin (to stop cracking) tissues, and netflix/hulus to last you a couple weeks (it will fly by and you wont' feel like dragging the kids to the store for just one or two things).

Otherwise--I say don't worry too much about it. As long as the kids have food to eat and diapers to poop in, you don't NEED a whole lot else (want is different!). Good luck!