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Nose Frida Snot Sucker

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  1. It sucks! In the good way 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Nov 2014

    I've had to use this several times in just the short time I've had it (unfortunately, I hate flu season!!) And I've never been disappointed any time I've used it. It's wonderfully gross to be able to see right into the tube on what is coming out of my little guys nose, and I don't have to sit there nearly as long trying to suck out all of the gunk!

    I gave 4 out of 5 stars though only because I believe that only three extra filters isn't enough for something that costs a lot more than the alternatives I've been looking in to... Come on, lets face it, the filters are cheap foam that is inexpensive for the manufacturer, but difficult for us to acquire without the manufacturer's refills. I think it's very cheap of the company to not include more (since you obviously feel compelled to change it often!!)

    Other than the lack of spare filters, I LOVE it!

  2. Great Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jun 2014

    It gets a necessary job done very well!

Product Description


  • It’s smart.
  • It’s Swedish.
  • It’s maybe a little strange.
  • It’s doctor invented & recommended.
  • It’s 100% hygienic due to the included filters (4).
  • It’s fabulously reviewed (Rachel Ray, Parenting, & more).
  • It’s a nasal aspirator that ACTUALLY WORKS!
  • It’s NoseFrida.  The Snotsucker.


  1. The disposable filter should be in place to prevent mucus or bacterial transfer.
  2. Place the large tube against the child’s nostril, creating a seal.
  3. Use the red mouthpiece to SUCK out the snot. TIPS: Move the tube in a circular motion against the nostril – you will hear and see the mucus coming out of the nose. A few drops of saline solution in each nostril will help loosen thick mucus before using Nosefrida.
  4. To clean, detach all of the pieces, and dispose of the filter. All pieces EXCEPT for the long thin tube should be cleaned with hot water and dish soap (they are also top-rack dishwasher safe).The long thin tube should be cleaned with a few drops of rubbing alcohol and shaken out to dry.


  • NoseFrida is not a toy – keep all parts out of reach of children.
  • Only use NoseFrida for nasal aspiration.
  • Do not blow air into the red mouthpiece while tube is placed at child’s nostril.
  • Never attached NoseFrida to a machine.


Why is NoseFrida better than other aspirators?

NoseFrida is non-invasive – instead of going inside the nose like the bulb, it forms a seal with the outside of the baby’s nostril (creating a vacuum). Parent-powered (mouth) suction is much stronger and more effective than the static suction of the bulb or battery-powered aspirators. NoseFrida is also easy to clean.

Will Nosefrida make me sick?

No. Clinical studies have proven that the hygiene filter prevents mucus and bacterial transfer from child to user.

Can I suck too hard?

No. NoseFrida is safe to use on newborns and preemies.  There is no risk of sucking too hard.

Is NoseFrida made of safe materials?

Yes, NoseFrida is made of non-allergenic, latex-free, BPA-free, and phthalate-free polypropylene.  It is manufactured in environmentally-conscious Sweden.

I took the tube apart for washing and now it won’t stay attached.

The tube must be pushed firmly until you hear it snap into place. There is a groove inside that holds the pieces together.

Does NoseFrida the Snotsucker come with filters?

Yes, it includes 4 filters – 1 pre-loaded and 3 extras

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