Baby Magic: The Nosefrida

nf-main-prodThe American based company, Fridababy, provides unique products for both parents and babies. Their merchandise solicits approvals by doctors and nurses, doulas and midwives as well as other medical professionals. The tried and tested device on the chopping block today is the remarkable Nosefrida The Snotsucker.

If you are a parent of a newborn or small baby, you know the difficulty of fighting off those tiny colds that pack punch. The sneezes, the coughs and stuffed noses that impair breathing. You may be found crib side, watching your little one like a hawk. Lucky for you, the Nosefrida eliminates stress and promotes sleep during illness.

Safe
Most hospitals will send you home with a bulb syringe and it just isn’t as effective as the Nosefrida. With the Nosefrida, you place one end in your babies nostril and you suck on the other end. Pleasant, huh? Despite the repugnant nature of this item, the safety is something you can stand behind. The strength of the bulb syringe has the possibility of bursting blood vessels in the nose.

Effective
You wouldn’t believe the amount of snot you produce with this product. It’s quite amazing, really. You would never procure the same results with the bulb syringe. Just two times on each side and your baby can breathe easy.

Inexpensive
At a cool $15, this device can be yours. While it’s a bit more expensive than the bulb syringes, as said before, it’s much safer.

Published by Jacqueline Leigh Boeheim

Jacqueline Leigh is a children's author based in Georgia. She spent many years working alongside advertising executives, producing inspirational and ground break print, web and television ads. Jacqueline later put her focus on journalism, doing what she loves, writing stories for the general public. She has been published in multiple print and digital publications. She’s interviewed big-name bands and small-town businesses, both contributing to her understanding and joy of writing. Jacqueline has now taken her experiences and focused on becoming a children’s author, a lifetime dream.

2 thoughts on “Baby Magic: The Nosefrida

  1. Baby Magic is right, although in my case, its more like adult baby magic. I saw this thing in action, works like a charm and I now use it on my invalid father, whose lifetime diet of Dr. Pepper and never ending trips to Old Country Buffet have made his arms grotesque 130lb sausages only capable of mashing the alert button. Thanks Three Winks!

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