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About Nosefrida Nasal Aspirator:

 Babies get an average of 7 colds a year

One of the best selling Baby Product in the World Nosefrida Now Available in Australia
"My 3 month old baby just hated the bulb aspirator and would scream whenever I used it. Also I was too scared as I wasn't sure if I was damaging his nostrils. But nosefrida is fantastic and sucks almost all the mucus instantly. I use it quite often to clear his mucus and just love doing it as it's nice to see my baby's face when the mucus is cleared. All happy and relieved. Priceless! Would recommend to all mothers out there."

"My daughter had her nose blocked for a whole month after she was born, and she had a cold 2 weeks later. After that someone recommended this. Nose frida is the greatest invention ever!! The best money I have ever spent. It cleared up her nose immediately and she slept so well. Thank you!"


Be prepared with Nosefrida the SnotSucker
The story behind Nosefrida in Australia is simple, and if you are reading this then you will know this story exactly, well the first part at least.

I became a new dad and my baby girl became sick with flu, blocked nose and all stuffed up, I actually thought she would die in the middle of the night, (she was a tiny 4 week old baby) and so I bought the only product available at the time in Australia which was a bulb. It was bloody terrible, if your baby could keep her head still and the Sun, the planets and the moon aligned then maybe it would work, I didn”t like experimenting this on my sick daughter and she absolutely hated anything going up inside her nose..

I thought, there has to be something better and so I  started searching and I found it on Amazon.com, “the Nosefrida..”the only problem was they wouldn”t deliver to Australia, so I ended up buying it on Amazon.co.uk and paid over $30 for it..It was the number 2 best selling baby item at the time with hundreds of awesome reviews..I t definitely lived up to the hype and was a god  send for a sick baby, even though all this took about 2 weeks, delivery ect..

We moved house and when my second daughter came I couldn”t find it, I had to buy it again on Amazon and get ripped off again, I thought buggar that and took over the brand so now here you have it readily available for a decent prices of $15.95, how cool is that, well snot is not that cool but I hate getting ripped off so its cool in my book..

We love mothers groups…and we offer big discounts on these baby nasal aspirator, for 10 or more with free delivery so everyone in your group can have one.. .

Nosefrida is one of the best selling nose aspirator for toddlers & infants, it reduces the amount of mucous in the nose. When your baby is congested and they are too young to blow their own nose, Nosefrida helps clear their nose, enabling them to breathe, feed and sleep easier.

You can read this baby nasal aspirator reviews by real moms here.

About Windi :

Many parents experience that their baby has gas-related problems during the first couple of months. It is natural for gas to form inside everyone, both adults and children. However, during the first couple of months of the baby, gas may cause problems as small children find it difficult to get rid of the gas themselves. The result is a bloated stomach which is tense and hurts. A common cause of the problem is an immature digestive system which has not yet developed the correct rhythm. An extreme form of gas problem is colic. By using Windi you can relieve your baby’s discomfort in an easy and natural manner.

The treatment takes a few minutes and the child will feel the results immediately.

  • Made in Sweden
  • Recommended from birth
  • Instant gas relief



How to use Windi:

  1. Always use baby oil or similar products on Windi® to facilitate the insertion
  2. Take your baby to the changing table and make them lie on their back. Lift the baby’s legs towards the stomach. Carefully insert the catheter into the baby’s rectum (as if you were using a thermometer). You will know that the treatment is working when you hear a “whistling” sound and the gas comes out.
  3. The treatment is complete when the “whistling” sound ends and your baby is no longer in pain. Dispose of the catheter.

* Never leave the catheter in the baby’s rectum after the treatment is complete. Do not repeat the treatment more than three times per day in order to prevent disrupting the baby’s natural bowel rhythm unnecessarily