Monday, June 6, 2016

Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator from NeilMed

 I remember the days when my kids were babies and they had stuffy noses.  We probably tried those little nasal bulbs to suck the junk out of their noses.  I don't remember it being very easy, though.  In fact, I think we gave up on the whole thing.  Who knows what we ended up doing.  .  . .  . maybe we just suffered through it!  Since we gave up, at least we didn't have to deal with a moldy aspirator bulb, though.  You can find out how a pair of scissors and a moldy aspirator changed this mom's life.  Back then, if we would have used a nasal aspirator, I never would have even thought about the mold that could end up growing inside of it!!! Yuck!

The NeilMed Naspira aspirator that we've recently been able to try is transparent so absolutely nothing is hidden, including mold.


I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Mom's Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer.  As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog.  My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.

Since I don't have any small kids any more, it was difficult to actually try out the Nasal-Oral Aspirator.  My daughter was being silly though and trying to see if she could do it herself.

I did actually try to suck something out with this, but I had a hard time.  It was probably because her nose wasn't runny or stuffy enough.

At first  I was kind of weirded out about trying to suck someone's snot out of their nose.  But, the cool thing about this aspirator is that there are filters that you can put in the tubing so that there is no chance of the goop getting anywhere near your mouth.


The Naspira bulb comes with seven filters, but you can buy them in a 30 pack for $7.99 at neilmed.com . The Naspira Nasal Oral Aspirator bulb ranges in price from $9.99 - $14.99.

The nasal-oral aspirator can also be used as a normal aspirator bulb, though.  If you don't want to use the tubing and suction from your mouth, you can squeeze the bulb for suction the way you would with other aspirator bulbs. 

The aspirator, tubing and filters were easy to put together, take apart and clean.   I just sterilized it in boiling water.  They are also dishwasher safe.

Since we couldn't get a good picture or video of trying to use it, I found this YouTube video for you.


You can find the Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator at Babies R Us, Toys R Us, Walgreens, Walmart, Riteaid, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, Harmon, Kinney Drugs, Shop Rite,  Brookshire's, amazon.com, drugstore.com, neilmed.com and myotcstore.com.

NeilMed also has other products for the whole family, to help with sinuses and stuffy noses.

 In fact, NeilMed is the largest manufacturer and supplier of LVLP (Large Volume Low Pressure) saline nasal irrigation systems in the world. NeilMed products help to alleviate common sinus and nasal issues in a simple, safe, drug-free way.   You can find more info and products at the NeilMed website.  And if you're social, you can check them out on:


Also, if you'd like to buy your own Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator, you can receive $3 OFF at the neilmed.com site by using the coupon code:

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