Way better than a nasal bulb, this so-called Snotsucker does exactly what its name suggests, efficiently and hygienically
Babies can’t blow their own noses. That’s why nasal bulbs were invented. Nasal bulbs are not very efficient or clean: that’s why the Nosefrida was invented by a Swedish ear, nose, and throat pediatrician.
Here’s how it works: use the nasal spray to loosen baby boogers, then insert the cartridge into the nasal cavity. Suck on the mouthpiece to draw the snot out of the nose and into the cartridge, which is sealed with an air-tight filter. (No, you won’t risk getting snot in your mouth.)
The unit can be washed with soap and water and the filters replaced. This product comes with 20 additional filters so you’ll be covered through many drippy noses.