Chance To Win A hydraSense® Baby Wellness Prize Pack

Got a house full of stuffy noses?

I think we can all agree that nothing is more stressful than a baby who’s too stuffed up to sleep. Because that means you don’t get any sleep, either, and you’re not even sick… yet.

My 13-month-old has been battling colds on and off. Every time she gets better, someone else brings germs back into my house and the running nose starts all over again.

My 13-month-old has been battling colds on and off. Every time she gets better, someone else brings germs back into my house and the running nose starts all over again. hydraSense® is one of those things you see in the store and go, “Huh. Does that really work?”

I’m here to tell you in a resounding, clear-nasal-passaged voice: YES.

I’m here to tell you in a resounding, clear-nasal-passaged voice: YES. It’s that easy. 100% natural source seawater. No weird chemicals. No delusions of grandeur. It works by flushing out all that gross snot your baby doesn’t know how to blow out yet. It does the dirty work. Because somebody has to.

Also, you have a choice for your method of delivery: the Easydose® Vials are great for tiny babies, because just a little moisture actually does wonders to loosen up nose gunk. Then you can use the power of suction with the aspirator to gently clear tiny nasal passages. The Ultra-Gentle Mist is good for toddlers, especially ones who have a sense of humour. But even for the strong-willed, serious type, it’s all over faster than you can say “achoo!”

Make sure you’re prepared for the cold season! Enter to have a chance to win your own hydraSense® prize pack valued at $500 by clicking here!

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Alanna Schiffer

Alanna Schiffer

Alanna Schiffer runs the exceedingly popular PLN Facebook group. She is also a writer who lives in Toronto with her husband and three kids, Android, Panda and Emily. She enjoys sushi and unicorns.