Baby's nose is secreting mucus, what should you do if they cry and fuss? A baby nasal aspirator can help you! The baby nasal aspirator has a specially designed suction nozzle to solve the problem of accidentally causing nasal mucosa damage when inserted too deep into the nostrils. So, is the nasal aspirator harmful to babies? Is it necessary to buy a baby nasal aspirator? Let's learn more about it together!
The nasal aspirator is a nasal cleaner that helps babies clear their snot and breathe smoothly. There are currently three types of artificial nasal aspirators on the market: a spherical pump-type nasal aspirator, a syringe-shaped pump-type nasal aspirator, and a mouth suction-type nasal aspirator.
The mouth suction-type nasal aspirator is designed at an angle so that it can be easily inserted into baby's nose at any angle. The U-shaped design at the front can effectively suck out baby's mucus without causing damage to the nasal mucosa. The nasal aspirator is made of soft material, so even if the baby moves during the nose-cleaning process, it will not harm the baby.
A baby nasal aspirator is not a necessary baby product.
The baby nasal aspirator is used to clean up blocked snot and other secretions in the baby's nose. Sometimes, the baby's nasal cavity may be blocked by secretions. As the baby cannot clean their own snot, parents must help them clean it. The function of the baby nasal aspirator is to suck up a large amount of snot and secretion at once.
However, many mothers who have used a baby nasal aspirator say that it is basically useless. As the baby is still small and the nasal aspirator is not as gentle as the mother, it is easy to accidentally hurt the baby. Therefore, some mothers are afraid of being too rough during suction and not being able to clean the baby's nose properly, and may even harm the baby.
Many mothers also say that they just use cotton swabs to pick out the secretions for their babies, and do not need to use a baby nasal aspirator. Some exceptional mothers even suction out the secretion from their babies' noses themselves.
Of course, there are also a few mothers who believe that the baby nasal aspirator is useful. When the baby has a cold, there is a lot of mucus in their nose, and it is long and sticky. After using the baby nasal aspirator, those lengthy mucus strands in the baby's nose can be easily sucked out.
In conclusion, we believe that whether or not to buy a baby nasal aspirator depends on the mother's judgment of whether it is necessary or not.