We reviewed some Jackson Reece Nose Nuzzles for Mummy News which are natural saline wipes for stuffy little noses. My little Mister B has a constant streaming nose and this week when the wipes arrived he had developed a bit of a cold so perfect timing!!
Being a product that claims to be kinder to nature they come with an impressive list of qualities from environmentally friendly packaging to 100% bio-degradable, compostable and chlorine free cloth. They are 100% alcohol and paraben free and do not contain any of the other known potential irritants. To make them kind to the skin they are PH balanced, containing natural saline to help relieve stuffy noses with a cold or hayfever and soothing with Aloe Vera and Chamomile.
So armed with all this information about the Nose Nuzzles I was keen to test them out. With poor Mister B’s nose being a bit on the nasty side this week I knew the ultimate test would be in the mornings when he woke up with a dry, crusty nose that he would do anything to avoid letting mummy get a tissue too. The wipes are much softer than a normal wipe and particularly moist so even though 21 month old Mister B turned his head in determination that mummy wasn’t going to wipe his nose, the job was made a lot easier that I had the ideal wipe to hand. It was quicker to clean the nose and being softer was much more comfortable and left him less irritated. I also loved the saline aspect to help clear the stuffiness and help ease his breathing. He even wanted to have a go at wiping his nose himself – bless him!!
I love the idea of these natural enviromentally friendly wipes and they come in a very handy packet that’s easy to carry around with you. With just 20 wipes in the packet they are not something I would use everyday but I would recommend them when your child has a particularly bad dry nose or cold. They are perfect for the job intended, making it easier for you and kinder to your little ones nose particularly first thing in the mornings.
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions. We are not paid for reviews although we do receive the product to try out and enable us to write the review.