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NeilMed Naspira Oral-Aspirator



Hey neighbors!

How many of you as moms have had a baby or toddler that was having trouble breathing due to congestion?  No mother likes to hear their child struggling to breathe.    I would like to share with you a little bit of information regarding the NeilMed Naspira Oral-Aspirator.

A unique feature of this aspirator is that you use suction from your mouth with the aspirator to remove nasal mucous.  A one way valve prevents air from your mouth from entering your child's nose.  There is also a filter to prevent the mucous from entering the parents mouth.  The clear bulb and tube allow you to see what is inside.

The aspirator comes apart for easy cleaning.  You receive extra filters, so they can be exchanged after use, as you should only use the filter once.  Also included is a net bag, to store the aspirator in.  You can also use as a regular single bulb aspirator.  Simply close the end with the green cap.  After each use clean and sterilize the aspirator.  The aspirator is made without BPA, Latex of Phthalates.

Be sure to have a NeilMed Aspirator on hand, for those times when your little one needs a little assistance from mom or dad.  These are a great gift idea too!  Retail price ranges from $10 - $15.

Be sure to follow NeilMed on their social media:
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I also have a promo code to share with you, that will give you $3 off your Naspira purchase on the NeilMed website.  Just use - MOMSBLOG

One neighbor will receive a NeilMed Naspira Oral-Aspirator.  Enter below and thank you for stopping by!

  I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program (greenmomsmeet. com), 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. 



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Comments

I love that it has one way valve which prevents air from mom's mouth from entering the child's nose
Thank You for the chance

Fiona N

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