FridaBabyNoseFrida Hygiene Filters

4

$3.99

Free Shipping on orders $25+ & Free Returns


Quantity :

subtract

1

plus
What weabout it
These filters are a vital part of the Nosefrida Snotsucker, and keep all mucus and bacteria safely in the cartridge.

Description


The Nosefrida scores points for good hygiene, and it’s the filters that lock mucus and bacteria within the cartridge. The Nosefrida comes with four filters, but you’ll probably be using this product more than four times, so cartridge refills make sense.

Specs


  • 20 filters included

User Reviews (4)


Have advice you’d like to share about this product?

Write a review


Kerry
March 26, 2017

Sucking snot out of a baby's nose is only cute for a little while. 😋 After multiple times it's nice to be able to change out the filters without thinking twice about it. The gross part is gone and you can move on with your day! They are so easy to put in and pull out of the NoseFrida! I am a huge fan of the NoseFrida and the disposable filters!!!


Alexis
December 2, 2016

I have an 8 month old little girl. We were happy to have this item when she got her first cold at 3 months. I'm one of those women that can stand in a room of vomiting people and be completely chill. However, this thing makes me want to gag just thinking about it. So my husband had to do it. Thankfully he saw it as a game and was all about seeing how many boogers he could suck out of our daughter's nose. Hence the reason I say it's "ok" because I like seeing that boogers are going out so I know how bad her cold is. Even though I change diapers all day and wipe boogers off her face with my bare hands, I just can't do it myself! Don't be squeamish around fluids or you will never survive!


Sheereene
November 7, 2016

Seems a little weird initially, but works extremely well, and is very rewarding to see what comes out, and that you were successful in removing baby snot.


Julianna
October 10, 2016

I ended up preferring the bulb--trying to coordinate the sucking and holding at the same time is surprisingly hard.