Great when the kids are sick, I always have a bottle around!
Great when the kids are sick, I always have a bottle around!
Great product to have around ! Stuffy noses are no problem as long as you have this saline spray ! Safe for babies and very helpful !
Little noses saline drops work great for dry or stuffy noses. When my kids get a cold they absolutely hate having their noses plugged up. I have found using these gentle saline drops alleviates the build up. For younger kids you can either put a drop in or you can squeeze the bottle harder and get a fine spray. After you add some drops they can either blow their noses or you can use a nose bulb to get out the yucky boogers. This is very gentle and effective. Its good to have on hand for colds, dry winter time noses, and allergies. I have used it on all my kids and they all dont mind the spray in the nose. After they use it once and realize how well it works they will probably like it like my kids.
I absolutely love the Little Remedies line of kids products! I love that the products are safe and natural and safe for kids to use. I especially love the Little Noses saline drops. My son suffers from allergies and colds and his doctor recommended saline drops to help break up any mucus inside his nose and when he's stuffy it really helps to use Little remedies saline drops. It helps him breathe easier at night and get more rest. I always have some of this on hand for when his allergies start acting up. I would actually recommend keeping this on hand for any mothers with young kids at home. Last year my son shoved some pizza crust up his nose and it was stuck. I couldn't reach it with any tools or get him to blow it out so I read online to use saline drops to loosen it and it worked! I was able to get the pizza crust loosened and get him to blow it into a tissue so the saline drops definitely helped us avoid a late night emergency room visit. I would definitely recommend Little Noses saline drops for multipurpose use and it would make a great thing to have in an emergency kit!
My husband's aunt uses this all the time on her daughters whenever they had a cold and she swore that it worked really well at clearing out their nose. So when my daughter got sick I used it on her. I felt bad because she was only one month old when she caught her first cold. I heard her little sniffling and she was coughing because the mucus would fall down her throat. I took her to her pediatrician and I asked him if he thinks I should use it on her. He said I could but he tried it on his daughter and it was more of a hassle and messy. I tried it anyway and I think it worked really good. I sprayed it in each nostril and it wasn't messy at all. I was able to get her little boogers out and she was able to breathe through her nose for awhile. I had to do it a couple more times but as long as she was able to breathe comfortable, I was happy. She caught another cold last week and I used it again and she was fine after. So I always keep it handy because it's a big necessity.
My son and daughter get stuffy noses on a more than frequent basis, and it causes a lot of rough nights for my family. I love using the Little Noses Saline Spray for keeping their noses clear, and helping them to breathe clear through the day and night. The spray is a little more expensive, but it is made specifically for little ones, so I felt a lot better using it than the "adult" brands.
This is one of those products that I was a little skeptical of at first. However, after seeing how well it worked with my first child, I now buy this as part of my baby shower packages of 'favorite baby things' to give to friends and family having babies. Although it is not necessarily very pleasant for the little one, it doesn't seem extremely uncomfortable, and it definitely does the job of loosening hardened mucus to clear the nasal passage. I have never used the spray feature, but I lay my children down on their backs and then gently squeeze a few drops into their noses. After about thirty seconds to a minute, I am able to extract the mucus pretty thoroughly and they are always much more comfortable afterwards. When my toddler gets really congested and stuffy, she has actually requested I use the nasal drops on her so she can breathe better again. It is an affordable price and one of my most trusted baby products.
These saline drops are great! I even bought some for myself. When my second child was a baby, he constantly had a runny nose. I didn't know what to do for him. He was so little, and he didn't like breathing out of his nose. I would use the bulb syringe they sent home with us from the hospital, but there was always mucus way up in his nose that I couldn't get out. He was miserable, so I went to the drug store to see what I could find. The pharmacist recommended these saline drops above all the others. The first time I bought them, they came with a little bulb syringe. It didn't really help, so I still use the one I got from the hospital. These really helped his nose though. I would lay him back and put a couple of drops in his nose. I waited a few minutes, and then sucked the mucus out. His nose was so clear! As he got older, I was able to squirt it up his nose, and that worked even better. I stocked up on a few bottles when they were on sale, and I even use them for myself when I have a cold!
Little noses saline drops have been so helpful. Mostly during this winter with my little girl's cold. She's eight months now but she had some congestion issues when she was three months old. We used little noses saline drops for her congestion and still use it every now and then for those boogies that get dry and hard. Some people don't know exactly how to use these drops. What you need to do is lay your baby vertically on your legs and tilt your knees down slightly to see inside baby's nose and help the drops drop in. You only need two drops per nostril and you cannot use saline drops more than three days in a row otherwise it can cause problems with the linings in your baby's nose. Same idea with saline drops as with nose suckers: You don't want to blow air directly into your baby's nose. So don't "spray" it into the baby's nose. Spraying releases air as well as the saline liquid. Remember to suck out boogies at least one minute after dropping the liquid in. All in all little noses saline drops are useful anytime and anywhere.
I have a daughter and she is sick a lot. Using the snot sucker is not only gross, but very difficult to use on a young child. My daughters doctor recommended we buy Little Noses Saline Spray/Drops and I did. I will say, it is a little difficult at first to get my daughter to understand what we were doing to her and have her let us stick it in her nose, but the end result was wonderful. Plus, once you spray the saline spray, you can use the snot sucker and you will get a lot more out. I know that sounds gross, but it is a part of life and I feel like it is good to get this information. Saline is also very safe. It is just salt water. No harm will come to your child when using this product. Just make sure to not get it in their eyes. That could sting. I had to lay my daughter down a few times to make sure it get up her nose really good. It is a spray so you shouldn't have too many problems, but if your child moves around a lot, you may want to try to lay them down. I would recommend this product to anyone. It is a wonderful product.