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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cleanoz Review and Giveaway


I don't have any problem using nasal bulb syringe. They work great for as long my kids let me suction them. The problem is they won't let me. I usually need my husband to hold them down and it involves a lot of screaming and crying.

I've used the same (green) bulb syringe for more than 2 years now. I've used it when Olivia was born and now again I'm using it for Emma. It works great, I just don't like that you cannot clean it well. And to be honest I don't always clean it after each use. And no matter how much I cleaned it, I can never sure if it is completely clean.

When Olivia and Emma was both sick, I could not stand letting them use the same bulb syringe. It was like letting them share germs! While searching for my other options, I came across Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator. I took my chance and I asked them to try their products. I was so thrilled when they agreed. They sent me their Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator Kit along with their Single Use Saline Nasal Spray and some Replacement Tips to review.


About the Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator Kit

Cleanoz® Nasal Aspirator Kit™ was developed by a Pediatric (Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist) for the special needs of newborns, infants and toddlers. Its innovative, hygienic design and technically-passages. Its ergonomic dolphin design also makes it much easier and more convenient for parents to use. Cleanoz® is the first and only battery-powered babies' nasal aspirator to use disposable reservoir nozzles. The Disposable Tips have been specially designed to eliminate bacteria build-up inside the mechanism to safeguard children from potentially harmful germs.No Cross Contamination!

Once the battery is in, the Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator is ready to use. You just put the tip inside and press the button to suction which causes the balloon to inflates. Once it is completely inflated you can deflate it by pressing the edge of the tip to release the air and it's ready to be use again.

My first experience with Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator was not so great. I was frustrated because I could not suction anything. The good thing was Emma did not mind being suctioned because the tip is very soft. But I was very disappointed that it did not work.

Last week Olivia had a terrible cold. She was so congested she needed to be suctioned all the time! I told my husband to try Cleanoz again. And I am really glad I gave it another try. I don't know what he did but now it works GREAT! I don't think I will ever go back to my (green) bulb syringe again! Olivia also did not mind being suctioned with it. Usually she runs away from me but with using the Cleanoz, she was not screaming or crying while being suctioned. It helped her breathe so much better. The next day she was already feeling well.

It is not only comfortable for kids but I also find it much easier and quicker to suction compare to a bulb syringe. It usually takes me a couple of times to suction my kids to get a good result but with the Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator I only have to suction once each their nostrils. Adding the saline drops also makes a lot of difference. It loosen the thick mucus, making it so much easier to suction and more effective.

More reasons to love Cleanoz
  • No Need to Clean it after each use. It saves you a lot of time.
  • The nozzle tips are disposables. No cross contamination. I can use the same aspirator for Olivia and Emma and I don't have to worry about sharing germs.
  • The nozzle tips are soft and flexible. It's comfortable for babies and toddlers.
  • Very easy to use and fun too!
  • The dolphin-shaped make it easy to hold.
Now you can finally say good bye to your old, unsanitary nasal bulb syringes that your kids hate! You can purchase the Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator Kit on their website for $29.99.

GIVEAWAY

UBIMED is giving one of my readers the same kit I received: 1 Cleanoz Nasal Aspirator Kit, 1 Replacement Tips (10 count) and 1 Cleanoz Saline Preservative Free (20 Vials Pack) (RV:$44)

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Disclosure
I received product sample(s) mentioned above from
the company or representing PR for free.
NO other payment was given.
This is my honest opinion, yours may be different.

123 comments:

  1. This was intresting to me:
    "Natural saline drops-help to loosen the crusted and thick mucus up so it is easier to suction out.
    Only theall natural saline solution is recommended for babies’ noses. Any type of a nasal decongestant can prove dangerous for a baby"
    I never new there was something safe out there for the little ones noses.

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  4. The Cleanoz® disposable nozzle tips have been tested by the North American Science Association, Inc (NAMSA). In addition, a protective screw secures the battery pack and the dolphin-shaped design features round edges for additional safety.

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  5. It has round edges for safety.

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  6. I learned The Cleanoz® disposable nozzle tips have been tested by the North American Science Association, Inc (NAMSA).

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  7. I learned it was created by a doctor while on vacation!
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  10. I learned that only saline is good for babies, and that nasal decongestants can be dangerous.

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  11. I learned syringes even if they are cleaned still have germs in them.

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  16. I learned that it was invented by a pediatric ears, nose and throat specialist.
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  21. the natural saline drops help to loosen the thick mucus.
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  25. The Disposable Tips have been specially designed to eliminate bacteria build-up inside the mechanism to safeguard children from potentially harmful germs.No Cross Contamination!

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  26. Dr. Bensoussan asked his children David (then 13 years old) and Barbara (then 10) to help him with the design of the electric nasal aspirator

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  33. I learned that only saline is good for babies, and that nasal decongestants can be dangerous. Good to know!!! :)
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  34. I learned the natural saline drops help to loosen mucus.
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  47. Any type of a nasal decongestant can prove dangerous for a baby.
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  48. the natural saline drops help to loosen the thick mucus
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  49. I learned about the usefulness of the saline drops in getting the nasal passages clear.
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  50. I really like that they have disposable tips and no cross contamination. The regular syringes gross me out. They need to market these to hospitals that way the parents would go home with one!
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  51. The Disposable Tips have been specially designed to eliminate bacteria build-up inside the mechanism to safeguard children from potentially harmful germs.

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  57. I learned that it has no cross contamination and that it was developed by an ENT.
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  64. I learned that Natural saline drops-help to loosen the crusted and thick mucus up so it is easier to suction out.

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  66. I learned that Cleanoz was invented by Dr. Jose Bensoussan, an E.N.T from Lyon, France.

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  74. i learned Cleanoz® Nasal Aspirator Kit™ was developed by a Pediatric (Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist) for the special needs of newborns,

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  77. I learned that the Cleanoz is very easy to clean by ---- Emptying the reservoir by bending the nozzle tip with your thumb. This opens the reservoir valve and allows the secretions to be removed.

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