NeilMed Nasal Aspirator for Summer Allergies a #MomsMeet Product Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}


When Moms Meet asked me to review the NeilMed® Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator I thought “No way. I don't have any babies in the house!” But as soon as our spring weather started warming up it hit my daughter and I with uncomfortable sneezing and runny noses!

My thinking started changing.

I saw that there were other products included and frankly we were ready to try anything that didn't require medication.

And we even found a way to test the NeilMed® Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator without a baby in our home.

Read on to see how my innovative daughter helped me to check out this tool.

About the Nasal-Oral Aspirator

First of all the NeilMed® Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator is a specially designed suction device designed to aid babies and toddlers, with mother's help, during those times of stuffy noses and nasal congestion.

It's made from silicone and easily comes apart to aid in cleaning (a must).

The NeilMed® Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator retails for between $9.99 and $14.99.

We even attended a NeilMed® webinar to learn more about how washing out the nose can benefit the whole family and lessen the effects of allergies and colds.  All without medication.


I received 4 Nasal-Oral Aspirators (I'm giving away two. See bottom of the post to enter the giveaway), a Neti Pot, a Nasal Wash bottle, and 100 packets of Sinus Rinse Mix to try. You can see my daughter holding her Aspirator.

How we Used the Nasal-Oral Aspirator and Other Nasal Toolsnasal-aspirator

Although the Nasal Aspirator is marketed and created for use on babies and toddlers, my daughter, in the midst of an allergy attack asked me if she could use it on herself….well, okay.

So I gave in and gave her one. She loves it! Of course I'm not going to show you any pictures of her using it (you're welcome) but during allergy season every morning and evening after brushing her teeth and washing her face she gives her nostrils a good suck! Since the aspirator has a really good filter there's no chance of her…inhaling anything yucky.

She and I are pretty amazed at how well it works. She tried to get her father, who currently has a cold, to give it a go but he wasn't having it.

About the Neti Pot


Have you every cleaned your nose with a Neti Pot or rinse bottle before? I hadn't until I came down with horrible sinus issues during my pregnancy. My friend who also happens to be an M.D. reccomneded the Neti Pot and even supplied me with articles and information to get started.

I couldn't stomach the idea of pouring water up my nose though and tabled the whole thing. Until a few years later when I happened to get a rinse bottle. Ah! Sweet relief. Since then I use one during allergy season. It can also help relieve headaches I've discovered.

Watching some videos on how it's done helped tremendously.

Here's one for you…



You can also see from this lovely picture I took at the OMSI museum how our nasal bones are formed so there is that nice big cavity back there for the solution to flow through (my husband needed this visual to figure out how I was pouring water in one nose and having it come out the other.


My Thoughts on the NeilMed® Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator and Nasal Wash

I remember my aunt forever cleaning her son and daughter's noses when they were babies. She was fastidious about it and they hated it!

When my daughter was a baby she too had a propensity for clogged nostrils and we would have to wait until she slept to clean her nose out. This would have made things easier.

I think the Nasal-Oral Aspirator is a great idea!

I've known for years that the nasal wash is a wonderful idea. I never had seasonal allergies until moving to Southwest Washington.They first reared their ugly head when I was a few months pregnant and I've been susceptible ever since.

Now my daughter and I get them without fail. Cleaning out our noses in the am or whenever we're sneezing particularly hard is very soothing. I had never tried the actual pot before but was surprised at how easy it was.

Imagine taking care of those colds and allergy symptoms in healthy way without opening those bottles of medications.

You can find the NeilMed® products in your grocery store. Makes it so easy to take care of yourself.

You can also order online and use code “MOMSBLOG” for $3 of the purchase of NeilMed®Naspira® Nasal-Oral Aspirator through NeilMed’s web store,

Connect with NeilMed® online to see their latest products.

Enter the Giveaway

NeilMed Nasal Oral Aspirator for cleaning baby's nose a #MomsMeet Product Review and Giveaway2 Winners will recieve their own NeilMed Naspira Nasal-Oral Aspirator. Just enter the giveaway linky below.

I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program , May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.

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  1. I also think the nasal bulb is a great idea and ive used something similar years ago with my youngest.

  2. I used a nasal aspirator to clean my childrens noses and now my grandchildren. My 1.5 year old granddaughter comes and asks for me to do it. She sits back and relaxes. I never had any of my other children do that. It is so cute.

  3. I’ve only ever used one of those bulb syringe aspirators and it isn’t much fun but obviously it’s necessary for babies! Honestly, when it’s your own child you’ll do anything.

  4. This product looks substantially better than the one I had with my child. I used an ineffective aspirator for my son, I hope he will not need one with my Grandchild.

  5. I hate cleaning g babys nose because I always feel so bad. I have never had one of these so would love to win.

  6. I haven’t used an aspirator on my daughter before. It sounds like a fantastic idea though. I love my netipot, it helps so much with allergies!

  7. As long as I’m not feeling pressure in my ears, my go-to for relief is the Neti-Pot. During allergy season, we have Neti-Pot parties with my family. Gross, I know.

  8. My hubby takes SO many allergy medications for seasonal allergies. He’s freaked out by the Neti Pot – so maybe this would be the answer for him!

  9. I have always used an aspirator to suck the booties out of my babies noses. That combined with a good humidifier and plenty of fluids and rests is how we deal with colds and seasonal allergies in my family. 🙂

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