Answer: Yes, you can. The nasal spray does not contain any decongestants, and is free from preservatives.
Answer: The nasal spray distributes the solution more evenly in the nose and minimises the discomfort that may be felt with a pipette as the solution passes through the throat.
Answer: NoseFrida Nasal Spray is specially designed for small noses, with a dosage volume that is 30% lower than existing products available today.
Answer: Thanks to our unique pump function, the product lasts longer. An unopened bottle will keep for three years, while an opened bottle keeps for four months.
Answer: Of course, they are ideal for use together.
Answer: The recommended does is 1-2 doses per nostril.
Answer: The nasal spray is a saline solution made from natural sea salt. The sea salt is harvested 5 km off the English coast.
Answer: Hold the baby upright, and pump once or twice into the air to ensure an even spray. Then spray once or twice into each nostril. You can then use the NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator to clear the nostril.
NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator and NoseFrida Nasal Spray are sold in baby and children's specialty stores.
NoseFrida now presents its complementary product NoseFrida Nasal Spray, a natural saline solution with a smaller dosage volume tailored for young children 0-3 years.
NoseFrida at Rachael Ray!
July 1st 2011 Rachael Ray presented NoseFrida at her show, which is seen by 2,6 million people every day. They made a test with NoseFrida and they where all very happy with it. They recommended NoseFrida to all parents.
"I see it as a good complement to other self-care methods such as saline solution and head in elevated position. It is also apparent that using NoseFrida does not cause any complications for the child or the user."
Head of Division, Hospital Hygienist
Paediatric and Adolescent Healthcare in Lund