If you are expecting a new baby or have a young child, I highly recommend picking up a battery-operated nasal aspirator from LotFancy before cold and flu season begins. The aspirator comes with three silicone tips (two narrow tips and one large tip) that help remove nasal secretions quickly and easily with strong vacuum power. Using a conventional bulb takes much longer, is less effective, and results in more struggles. However, with my battery-operated aspirator, I can clear out my son’s stuffy nose in a matter of seconds without too many tears. Washing the aspirator is also easy because the tips, collection cup, and head part easily come apart from the body. The included bag makes storage and transportation easy. I am very impressed with my new LotFancy battery-operated nasal aspirator.
Cleaning the aspirator from LotFancy is also quite easy. As soon as you finish clearing the mucus from your baby’s nose, take the aspirator to the sink and remove the head part from the body with a twist and a pull. Then pull the silicone tip off and twist off the collection cup. Run water through each piece to remove any mucus. I finally allow the pieces to air dry before putting the nasal aspirator back together again. LotFancy also includes a handy carrying bag with the aspirator. I store mine with the extra tips in the bag between sicknesses. Overall I am extremely pleased with my LotFancy battery-operated nasal aspirator.
Unfortunately, the naloxone nasal aspirators used by local entities like the Circleville Police Department (CPD) and the Pickaway County Sheriff’s office, are not covered under the rebate. Local law enforcement have been carrying the nasal aspirators in their patrol vehicles for about three months now, thanks to Project DAWN, which is funded by a grant from the Ohio Department of Health.
Using the LotFancy battery-operated nasal aspirator is ridiculously easy. First select your silicone tip. I usually use the narrow tip, which better removes mucus in a more liquid state. I then insert the tip into my baby’s nose, plug the other nostril with my finger, and turn on the suction. I gently move the aspirator around to get as much mucus out as possible. Then I switch to the other nostril. I can quickly and easily clean out my baby’s nose in a matter of seconds. Using a conventional bulb takes much longer, is less effective, and results in more struggles. I can use my LotFancy aspirator on my son either laying down or sitting up. He has also learned that sucking out his boogers helps him breathe easier, so he is usually okay with my using the aspirator on him when he has a stuffy or runny nose. He also seems to enjoy the music that the aspirator plays.