Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review

Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review

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Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review


It really doesn't matter in what season we're, babies seem to be little magnets for congestion or stuffy noses (so are pregnant women) and running a humidifier all day long is not always a great solution. Those old bulb syringes actually look more like old  torture mechanisms than tools designed to help babies, you can always rub some menthol on your baby chest or add more liquids to his/her diet, however most of these solutions take some time and congestion might not wait.



Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review
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If you do a fast google search looking for remedies or help for stuffy noses the first 10 pages will advise a bulb syringe,a mist humidifier and menthol, now if you try stuffy nose gadgets a whole lot of complicated apparatus and nasal aspirators will pop up in your search engine, most I would never guess are designed for your nose less for babies. They are: too complicated, too expensive, too many parts and too painful to use. Again my "As Seen on TV" infomercials are a great source of knowledge and new inventions, That's how I stumbled upon BabyComfyNose, the TV commercial was interesting enough, the device was quite simple and it looked like it was actually designed for babies. Seconds later I was on my computer searching for a review, facebook page and their website.

Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review

The information I came across was enough to make me want to own one, I'm expecting a baby and I already know I'll have problems with congestion, (it cannot be avoided), The fact that you are part of the suction, and you can control how much of it is needed makes me think I will not hurt my baby, The BabyComfyNose needs no batteries and is machine or hand washable, easy to take with you, the only filter needed is a kleenex.

Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review
Stock photos provided by ComfyCare

While searching online some amazon reviewers made me doubtful,there was people having problems assembling it and seems some pieces would not stay in place, I had none, it was quite easy to put together, use and clean. To be honest I was a tiny bit apprehensive thinking some buggies might get close to my mouth, for my mental well being and peace of mind it didn't happen and doesn't even seem possible. The system comes in a mesh bag to take it with you all the time or keep the parts together in the dishwasher.

Keep stuffy away with BabyComfyNose Review


Overall the Baby Comfy Nose does a great job: clean noses without antsy or crying babies, really easy to put together and use. It can be purchased at several retailers in the US and Canada (Whole Foods, Walgreens, etc) or online in stores like diapers.com, amazon.com or drugstore.com Replacement pieces or the whole system can be purchased directly at babycomfycare.com. They also offer BabyComfyNails, BabyComfySun and soon BabyComfyGumy.

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19 comments:

  1. You have no idea how much I wish I had that back when my boys were babies!!

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  2. These things are seriously the best ever! I loved ours for my kids.

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  3. Not sure I could use this due to the ick factor, but it looks like a good alternative to the huge suckers.

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  4. This looks like a neat tool to relieve those tiny stuffy noses! I only had the bulb suckers LOL!

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  5. Looks easy to use! I could've used this with both of my kids. They always had a stuffy nose.

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  6. This sounds so easy to use. I wish I had this when my son was little. I'll have to let my sister know about this.

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  7. That looks like a must for anyone with little kids!

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  8. Hmmm, it looks like it will be easy to use. My kids are all too old for it, but I wish you luck with it... sounds like it will work like a charm

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  9. This Looks quick & Easy That What I Need For My Kids Thank You!

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  10. I think the addition of the tissue filter is a great improvement

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  11. I could definitely have used that when my kids were little!

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  12. I used an aspirator with my son alot- wish I had this one.

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  13. I have this and let me tell you it really works! Some have knocked that it's gross but it's not, no snot gets in your mouth! This gadget it amazing!

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  14. What a fascinating way to do this. As long as it doesn't suck up all the way to your mouth, I can see that it work well.

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  15. I have a friend who swears by hers.

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  16. I was curious about this one, I use "the other one" that is similar to this system and I love it... but still want to try this. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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  17. Oh I could never get these things to work! Looks like this one is a huge improvement on the one I used to have!

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  18. Cool device! I used something quite similar with my son but can't remember what it's called now. Good to know you don't have to keep buying other filters though. They could be expensive.

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  19. That is interesting. Very easy to use.

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