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No more dribbly noses with the Dr Bee Electronic Nasal Aspirator

Monday, 19 November 2012  |  Paul

If I ever have kids I reckon I’d freak out at the slightest little things. Not to the point that I’d ring for an ambulance if they were dribbling more than usual but I am guilty of trying to self-diagnose things and then worry myself thinking I’ve got some kind of rare disease that hasn’t been diagnosed since Victorian times!

It got me thinking about things I do without thought and how babies get might get round the habitual things a grown up does…how does a baby blow their nose?? That’s not waiting for a punch line but I never really thought about it because it’s just something you do automatically.

Babies obviously can’t blow their nose, due to not knowing what a nose is, so it’s another task the parents have to take care of.

I would feel a bit nervous about sticking anything up my own nostrils but doing it to a tiny, wriggling, crying baby would be horrendous.

The Dr Bee Electronic Nasal Aspirator sounds like an amazing idea for anyone that shares my doubts.

It has flexible nozzles in 3 different sizes and a suction flow which means cleaning your baby’s nose would be over in a matter of seconds.

It’s really easy to keep clean as it’s water resistant and is always available to be used due to its use of 2 AA batteries. In a battery lifetime you can use this up to approximately 1000 times. That’s a lot of snot!!

 
 £29.99