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NoseFrida Saline Spray by Frida Baby Saline Full Review 2022

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4.7 out of 5 stars

Product Description

NoseFrida Saline Spray by Frida Baby Saline Nasal Spray To Soften Nasal Passages For Use Before NoseFrida The SnotSucker (0.68 FL OZ) from NoseFrida is an all-in-one solution for nasal mucous membrane care. This natural, pH balanced, saline suspension system safely softens nasal passages and makes noseFrida’TMs nasal suction tube super flexible and comfy. NoseFrida’TMs saline solution includes organic chamomile, licorice root, salix, and other natural ingredients to gently soothe and moisturize the nose. NoseFrida’TMs nasal tube and tips are made from medical-grade silicone, so it’s gentle on the nasal mucous membrane. It’s latex and latex-allergic safe, so even people with latex allergies can use it safely.

Brand Story

FROM DELIVERY TO BOOGERS, BUTTS AND BEYOND! Frida is the brand that gets parents. That means you. We are not a lifestyle. Far from it. We are a solution-based brand. The 411 of parenting. The who-do-I-call-in-the-middle-of-the-night-cause-my-baby-won’t-stop-screaming brand.

Facts About NoseFrida Saline Spray by Frida Baby Saline Nasal Spray To Soften Nasal Passages For Use Before NoseFrida The SnotSucker (0.68 FL OZ)

Whats the salt % on the water ?

It’s water + 0.9% natural seal salt (isotonic solution), pH neutral.

how long should i wait after spray?

Please wait 30 seconds to a minutes and then SnotSuck away with your NoseFrida.

Mine was not sealed when it arrived. That worries me for a baby health product. Does it usually come sealed?

This came without any type of seal on inner or outer packaging. Especially in covid times, it is so irresponsible to be selling these baby products without safety seals.

How to use it for drops not mist? I purchased it for drops but can only get mist, even turned upside down.

To use as drops, hold it upside down and do not push down all of the way. This will allow for drops to come out instead of mist :). If you have any other questions, feel free to email us at [email protected] com

where is it made?

Our SnotSpray is made Germany and kitted in Sweden (:

can I use this on my 1 month old?

Hey Savannah! We would suggest checking with your Dr., but the only ingredients are salt and water, so they should approve it!

Is there a is there supposed to be a safety seal on this product it look like my top the government goes to bust open up product and no safety seal

Mine have never had a safety seal. I was concerned about this but researched and found none of them do due to the way the product is made.

How many sprays does the complete bottle deliver?

Hey Chad! The small 0.68 ounce nasal spray should have approximately 257 sprays :).

Just got my product top of the box was ripped opened thought there was no safety seal whatsoever on the bottle

Ours wasn’t sealed on the bottle but our box was sealed

Can this be used on newborns?

I did not use it for newborns. My son was 2 months old when I bought it. But I would say it is very safe for new born babies, as it is not invasive at all. If you are not sure, just spray the enclosed saline into baby’s nostrils and suck out with the bob syringe came home from hospital with baby. Good luck!

How is this product?

We think it is great! Only 2 ingredients 🙂

does this have an expiration date

Yes it does. The expiration date is located on the front of the bottle below the hourglass symbol. The spray expires after 5 years.

Is this product safe?

Yes. It is just water and a saline solution. In fact it’s milder than other baby salines. My son doesn’t even mind it but squirms when you try using other brands.

Can this be used alone???

Absoulty! We used this all the time when our baby had a cold! It works great and you do not need to use the nasal aspitaor each time you use it.

Did anyone else’s not have any safety wrapping?

Our Snot Spray does not have a safety seal.

Info About NoseFrida Saline Spray by Frida Baby Saline Nasal Spray To Soften Nasal Passages For Use Before NoseFrida The SnotSucker (0.68 FL OZ) (Reviews From Amazon)

Perfect for infants

When my daughter was 1-month-old she started getting nasal congestion. I had tried suctioning her nose, but was unsuccessful at extracting the dried mucous in her nose. I went to Target to purchase nasal saline and ended up purchasing a large bottle that said I could use a “drop.” This was a nightmare. I struggled for two weeks using that bottle and I finally looked on Amazon for a pediatric size and lo and behold I found this! This is such a wonderful product. The spray nozzle is perfectly sized for baby noses. You can also administer a spray when the baby is laying flat (a HUGE plus because the other bottle would administer an absurdly large amount). Now I spray each nostril once in the evening, suction out the boogers from the day (which is always a surprising amount) and she has never had trouble sleeping due to nasal congestion again. I go through about one bottle a month, which may be pricey to some, but for me, it’s worth the sleep.

I was not compensated for this review.

Easy to use and perfect for little squirmy babies

This is my favorite saline mist to use with my baby, who is 8 weeks at the time of this review. Our pediatrician advised us not to use the bulb to suck a baby’s nose clear because it can dry out and damage nasal tissue. Instead, use saline to loosen the mucus then lightly massage the nostril. Then you can just wipe it clear with a tissue. Anything further back in the nasal passages will work it’s way out as the baby sneezes. She suggested saline drops, but it’s difficult for me to aim the drops into a squirming baby’s nose instead of his eye. I’ve tried the BoogieMist and Little Remedies brands also and they just don’t compare. With other brands the pressure of the spray is too strong and he aspirates, and the bottle is awkward to hold so I end up spraying my squirmy baby in the eyes. The NoseFrida Saline is great because the mist comes out finely and lightly and I don’t feel like the spray of saline is going to choke my baby. The bottle design is easy to hold and I don’t have problems with big drops getting in his eyes. Clearing my baby’s nose used to be a terrible experience that always ended in him crying and me frazzled, but with the NoseFrida Saline I can work quickly and clear his nose without upsetting him.

My only complaint is that even after I prime a new bottle, I still have to prime it before each use and sometimes in between each nostril. I assume it has to do with tilting the bottle while spraying. The bottle should be designed to keep working at a horizontal angle without having to be primed so often.

a must for all new parents!

Life changing!! Granted, I’ve never used anything but a blue bulb sucker they send you home from the hospital with. Those bulb suckers can be stressful to use/largely unsuccessful on a screaming baby. On our recent trip, someone suggested this and gave us an extra bottle they have. I used it right away (and thanked my lucky stars for it!) and continued multiple times a day/night for every day of our trip. We were on a trip to the desert with dry air. Baby was congested all day and night. This SAVED us. Just give a pump or two upright before using in baby’s nose to make sure it will work (I think the instructions even mention it). Once it successfully squirts in my baby’s nose, it starts working immediately. Use as needed. After we arrived home from the trip, I couldn’t find it anywhere! That was a loooong night of unsuccessfully using the blue bulb sucker. I looked and looked and finally just ended up ordering more. Found it 20 minutes before the new one got delivered. Of course…Well now I have two! But best $6 spent. Every time it clears my baby’s nose, I think “liquid gold”.

Boogies slide right out

My son has a few medical conditions. He needs saline and suction daily. We even have medical grade suction device. We have tried all the popular tools and multiple saline solutions. This saline is magical. The boogers slide out on their own the majority of the time. I usually don’t have to try to chase them with any of the popular tools for baby boogies like the bear tool or the NoseFrida suction or Frida picker tool. This is a must for a squirmy baby. Of course you still gotta prime the bottle and actually get it into the babies nose and not everywhere else like their eyes. However, once it’s in even the baby is like wow thank you fridababy

Insane amount snot

When I worked in a daycare, I had a parent ask us to use this on her kid. I am disgusted by phlemg and snot so I refused to use it. My co worker was always the one to de-snot the kid. When my baby was born and had a snotty nose, the bulb syringe was not doing the best job at clearing her out. I ordered this to give it a go. Holy mackarel, the amount of snot that is removed from her face is insane. She totally hates it and goes into this crazy fight mode to keep me from getting to her nostrils, but she sounds so much better afterwards. Don’t forget to use the nose spray before you suck.

I have never cleared a baby’s nose this easily before and this is my third child

This is a must have for moms and for babies/kids. I have never cleared a baby’s nose this easily before and this is my third child! I do not even need to use anything to suck things out, I just spray and it loosens those nasty bits and they come out in a minute. No more stuffy noses! And it is only salt and water!!! You do not need anything else. Thanks! Do you sell this for adults/in bigger volume? I would totally use it,especially in the winter when everything is so dry…

Amazing product

Love this nasal spray. It’s literally just water and saline solution. Really great for infants and toddlers. All you need to do is spray about two pumps into their nose then either wait for them to sneeze (which usually they do, and when they do usually the booger and or snot comes right out) or use the nasal aspirator they have which works great and is easy to clean after uses. I’ve used this product on all boys since they were infants up until now, especially when my oldest has a really dry nose full of dry boogers it does the job and helps him sleep better at night when it’s humid and hot.

Baby likes it! So Mama likes it!

I used to use saline drops with my baby when he had a cold. They worked fine, but I wanted to try something new because the drops made my baby cry and squirm and I would end up getting them all over both of us and very few up his nose.

A friend told me about these and I’m so glad I tried them because they do a great job of loosening up the boogies for the Frieda Snot Sucker or any good bulb syringe.

But more importantly, my baby actually likes them! They make him giggle! (He’s very ticklish, apparently even in his nose!)

They are not as cheap as your run of the mill saline drops, but I personally find the price difference worth it since the spray makes snot sucking a more pleasant experience for everyone involved.

One con though is if you are administering the spray while your baby is lying down, you have to waste a spray into the air to load the sprayer before you are able to successfully spray horizontally into your baby’s nose. This leads to some wasting of the product… but I surely wasted even more product wrestling my little one while trying to get the aforementioned saline drops into his nose, so this does not bother me in the least.

Better than Zarbee’s

Long story short, the Fridababy spray is better than Zarbee’s. The Zarbee’s abrasively blows the saline up your nasal passageways. The Fridababy, in comparison, is a gentle mist.

I had originally bought the Zarbee’s and tried it first on myself before I used it on my baby and I’m so glad I did. I would not approve it for babies at all. Then I bought this one and it was so gentle in comparison. Go with the Fridababy Nose Frida Saline Snot Spray.

Expensive but works really well

I wanted to find a cheaper option but it’s hard to find saline with only salt water (and not preservatives/additives). Aside from the price, this works great. It sprays a mist that’s a good amount for my infant’s nose. It only sprays when held upright so I sit her up before spraying it in, but one squirt is good enough to loosen the boogers before sucking them out with the nose Frieda and it’s *sooo* much easier to get it in her nose than with the regular adult style ones that drip. I would always get it all over her face and in her mouth with a regular saline bottle. I would purchase this again.

Conclusion

In summary, NoseFrida Saline Spray by Frida Baby Saline Nasal Spray To Soften Nasal Passages For Use Before NoseFrida The SnotSucker (0.68 FL OZ) is the #1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand for nasal congestion relief. NoseFrida Nasal Spray is easy to use. Just spray 2–3 times into each nostril. It can also be used for ear discomfort. NoseFrida Saline Nasal Spray is used by over 1.8 million parents, and is made in a certified GMP facility in the United States.

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