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A child’s hygiene is an essential thing for every parent. One of the most challenging tasks is to clean the babies ears and nose. My baby is fussy. Earlier, I used to clean his nose and ears while he was sleeping, but now he is seven months old, and he does not allow me to do anything. Every time I try to clean his ears and nose, my baby starts shouting and crying. I now need something that would make my work easy.
I recently purchased this Babyhug Nasal Aspirator & Ear Syringe, and trust me; I am pleased with this product! It is specially designed for infants’ safety and can be easily carried in the child’s diaper bag.
I use this product post-bath of my baby. The best way to use it is to squeeze the runner bulb portion of the aspirator and place the tip into one of the nostrils of your baby. Then, release the pressure from the bulb and draw the mucus into the respirator.
If you are using this product to draw excess wax out of your baby’s ears, replace the nasal respirator with the ear syringe. Squeeze the rubber bulb portion, place the extension of the ear syringe into the outer ear canal, and gently release the pressure on the bulb to draw out excess wax.
It is easy to wash and is made up of high-quality material. The product can be used by new moms also, and the early you start using it, the sooner your child gets used to it. I only think that there should be more colours available, but I also feel that this product is value for money. I would recommend all the new moms to buy this product as it will make your life easy.
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