Babies get 4-10 colds each year, as their immune system is still developing. Colds produce blocked and runny noses that keep your baby from sleeping. Babies can't blow their nose, but you can clear their nose quickly and safely with a device that's:
A tested and approved medical device
Clears your baby's nose in 10 seconds
Is environmentally friendly, washable, and reusable
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Newborns can only breathe through their nose. They cannot breathe through their mouth at all.
By 6 months, babies can breathe through their mouth, but their natural preference and reflex is to continue to nasal breathe, especially when sleeping.
If the nose is blocked or runny, it can be dangerous and uncomfortable. As they can't blow their own nose, little ones will struggle to breathe, feed, or sleep.
Save time and money on doctor visits, chemists and medicines by removing congestion quickly in your own home, at any hour of the day or night.
Minimize the risk of secondary ear, adenoid and respiratory infection, by removing snot at the source.
Remove the stress and sleepless nights associated with colds, viruses, congestion, and sniffles.
CHILDREN CAN'T BLOW THEIR NOSE, so we must help them.
REMOVE SNOT from your child's nose gently and safely in 10 seconds.
BATTERY POWERED SUCTION to breathe, feed, and sleep better.
SAFER AND MORE EFFECTIVE than cheap manual aspirators
SAFE FOR ALL AGES - newborns, babies, toddlers, and preschoolers - until they can blow their own nose.
DRUG-FREE SOLUTION for treatment of colds, flu, sinus, allergies, teething, and virus-related congestion
TESTED AND REGISTERED WITH EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT BODY European Notified Body for Medical Devices: Class 93/42/EEC and TGA Australian Registration (ARTG 320144).
Designed by an Australian Teacher and Medical Team
Tested and Registered by European and Australian Government Bodies
Australian Owned and Operated since 2013 and audited annually by TGA Health Australia
Beware of Cheap or Manual Aspirators
Rely on weak, manual suction
1-2 second suction capacity which is unable to clear the nose fully
Push snot back into the throat and cause choking
Risk of cross contamination to parent
Unable to clean and sterilise internally, breeding mould and bacteria
Cheap, noisy inferior motor, with unwashable cog that will become stuck over time
Manufactured with toxic and brittle plastics and rubber
Not tested or registered as a medical device by strict Government authority
Founder and Director Laura Klein gives the ultimate demonstration
The complete snot solution kit
The quietest (35 decibels) aspirator with the ideal suction (58kph) - not too weak, not too strong
FREE drawstring carry bag, for easy storage of all accessories and ready to travel in the nappy bag
3 soft, silicon nozzles (newborn, short and long) included
Exclusive online user guide, with videos and trouble shooting, plus private Facebook group
Assistance to a great cause! $1 from each order goes to @humptydumptyfoundation
We love to support community projects. $1 from your order helps us partner with Humpty Dumpty Foundation
OK, Let's Discuss the Common Fears From Parents:
1. Will My Child Hate It?
2. Is it Safe?
We understand that having anything up their nose is not a child's favourite thing!
But the medical benefits of removing snot at the source far outweighs a moment of fuss and wriggle.
Snotty Boss is the QUIETEST and STRONGEST battery aspirator on the market, so the job is done in seconds.
Many parents tell us that they have tried the squeezy rubber bulb aspirator in the past, and it has been a disaster.
Just hold your child in a calm, comfortable cradle position with head slightly raised and still, fully insert the nozzle to seal the nostril and suction for 10 seconds. All done.
Rinse and repeat multiple times each day, as needed.
Keep calm, and show your child there is nothing to be scared about.
Snotty Boss is tested, approved and registered as a safe medical device.
Snotty Boss is the ultimate baby snot sucker and your baby or toddler will breathe, feed and sleep so much better once the snot is gone.
That means a better night sleep for parents too.
Most families use a Snotty Boss for 3-5 years, until their child can blow their own nose, which is very cost effective.
If Snotty Boss is not an easy, effective, safe way to clear your child's nose, simply post it back for a full refund.
After selling 1000s to Australian families, we are confident you will become our next raving fan.
A nasal aspirator is a device that helps draw snot or mucus from the nose. There are different styles on the market.
Cheap, rubber squeezy bulbs have 1 second of manual suction when the bulb is released. They are weak and cannot remove much snot.
Some aspirators have a tube that links to a parent's mouth, so they create the suction with a deep breath. The suction only lasts for a few seconds, and they are hard to control and position.
Snotty Boss a handheld, battery powered snot vacuum.Our device uses constant, steady suction to extract the mucus allowing the baby to be able to breathe easily. A battery powered suction is the easiest, strongest and safest way to clear nostrils, to help children breathe, feed and sleep better.
Babies and children prefer to breathe through their nose. If there is nasal congestion, it makes breathing, feeding and sleeping difficult. This is where a nasal aspirator comes in handy.
Position your child on your lap, slightly reclined. Try to control little arms and heads, as it is a natural reflect to turn away.
Fill the enclosed spray bottle with saline (or breastmilk) and spray a few squirts up each nostril. This is an essential first step, before using the aspirator. The saline or breastmilk will cleanse, hydrate and flush the nasal passage, and will make suction an easier process. It’s nearly impossible to aspirate effectively if the mucus is dry and crusty.
After dispensing saline, press the power button and insert the safe silicon tip in a gentle manner into your child's nostril. You will hear the sound of snot being collected by the nasal aspirator. Repeat the process on each nostril and ensure no more snot is collected indicating that the nostril passage is clear.
The nasal lining is quite delicate, so be gentle as you insert the tip of the nasal aspirator in your child’s nostrils.
It's easy. The unit is waterproof.
Twist off and open the plastic collection cup and nozzle and rinse under hot water. The motor can also be flushed internally in case any snot leaks through.
Don’t attempt to boil or place the parts of the nasal aspirator in a steriliser.
All parts of the Snotty Boss are washable and accessible. Unlike manual rubber bulb aspirator, where the inside of the bulb cannot be accessed or wiped.
Yes. A small newborn silicon nozzle comes as part of the kit, so it fits the tiniest nostril, even premature babies. They work safely to suction mucus from their nostrils, ensuring that your newborn can breathe comfortably.
The kit comes with 3 nozzles, for all sized nostrils.
Yes, a nasal aspirator is safe for your little ones, even premature babies. It’s designed to safely remove or suck mucus or snot from the nostrils. A suction period of up to 10 seconds per nostril is usually sufficient.
Snotty Boss is tested, approved and regulated in Europe and Australia, to ensure full medical compliance as a safe device for home use.
If a nasal capillary is irritated, please stop aspirating immediately, to allow the nose to heal for 12-36 hours.
You will receive EVERYTHING you need to clear your child's nose.
- Battery powered aspirator
- 3 sized silicon nozzles
- Refillable spray bottle (for saline or breastmilk)
- Handy carry bag
- Online video guide and FAQ
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Yes, full 12 month factory warranty.
Yes, the device is manufactured in Taipei and undergoes annual testing and registration as a medical device.
It's tested by the European Notified Body for Medical Devices as a Class 93/42/EEC and is registered with TGA Australian Government Health Registration (ARTG 320144).