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Ear and Nasal Aspirator


Ear cleaners for babies and kids

It can be scary for parents to clean the ears of small kids and babies - one wrong move and you can do them unnecessary harm. Babies can easily build up too much earwax, which can look scary and damage the ear.

Fortunately, there are a set of products on the market that make the process easier. This is where ear cleaners come into the picture. A popular product is the multifunctional ear and nose scrapers, which can be used in both the ear and nose.

The design makes it safe to use as it cannot get too far in and cause damage, and it is practical to have when your child needs to clean either the ears or the nose. There are many different baby and children's products to remove excess earwax, so it's up to you to choose the solution you find best.

Nasal aspirators for babies and kids

A nasal aspirator is a handy little tool for clearing stuffy noses in babies and young children, making it easier for them to breathe, eat, drink and sleep without difficulty breathing.

They are very easy to use - they have a soft pointy which is inserted into the kid's nostrils. First press the air out of the nasal aspirator to create a vacuum, insert it into the kid's nose and then you can press the body of the nasal aspirator and carefully suck out slim and snot. The nasal aspirator is easy to take apart and wash/boil when you have finished using it.

If your child's nose is badly blocked, you can use salt water first to moisten and loosen the mucus before trying to suck it out.

Your child should be placed lying down with the chin slightly up - then drip two drops of saline into each nostril and try to hold your child's head still for 10 seconds. Now you can use the nasal aspirator to remove excess snot and slim. At Kids-world, we have practical nasal aspirators in several models and many cute colours, so you can choose the one you think is the best.

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