NoseFrida – Nasal Aspirator


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NoseFrida is a nasal aspirator for multiple use designed to remove mucous from the noses of children with colds in a simple and safe way. The aspirator consists of a collection tube with a hat on which the hygiene filter is placed. The hat is connected to a suction tube which is fitted with a red nozzle. The design of the tip of the tube prevents any contact with the sensitive mucous membrane even when the child makes a rapid movement.

Helps prevent nasal congestion
NoseFrida nasal aspirator is an effective aid against nasal congestion for small children aged 0-3. Small children cannot blow their noses and this disturbs their sleep, food intake and the general well-being of the child and the whole family.

Invented by an ear, nose and throat doctor
NoseFrida has been developed and produced by an ear, nose and throat doctor and it has been sold since 1996. It meets all the demands for safety and hygiene both for the child and the user. The nasal aspirator does not irritate the sensitive mucous membrane in your child’s nose. NoseFrida is recommended by paediatricians and endorsed by parents.

Reduces the need for nasal drops and sprays
Clinical tests show that using NoseFrida results in less nasal congestion, better sleep and an improved appetite. NoseFrida is effective enough to reduce the need of nasal drops.

NoseFrida has a hygienic design
Each aspirator is supplied with a moisture absorbing hygiene filter that makes use hygienic, and this filter must be replaced after each application. NoseFrida is packed in a specially designed case where the hygiene filters are also held out of the reach of children.

NoseFrida is made from non-allergenic and latex-free polypropylene.

Parents love NoseFrida
NoseFrida is one of the best selling nasal aspirators for babies and toddlers worldwide. It is loved and endorsed by thousands of happy parents around the world.  


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