babyMaternity Magazine
Creative Child

My Oogiebear™


Children – like their parents – are happier when their noses aren’t blocked. But cleaning baby’s nose is a challenge. Introducing oogiebear™,  a safe, effective, doctor (and mom) tested tool to easily remove dry and sticky mucus (aka boogers!) so baby breathes easily and lives comfortably. 

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All boogers are not created equal...

Aspirator bulbs sometimes work for wet mucus, but they’re not effective on the dry and sticky stuff. In fact, they often push the mucus further into the nose, making it harder to reach, and creating more discomfort for baby. Saline mist can also be effective, but who wants to spray a wet mist inside a sleeping baby’s nose in the middle of the night? 

"If your baby is breathing easy and sleeping well…so are you!" 

So, what happens if you can't suck it out? oogiebear to the rescue!

oogiebear makes cleaning baby's nose fun! Okay, maybe not fun, but it does work great! 

oogiebear has two sides, a loop-end perfect for sticky mucus and a scoop end for safely removing dried mucus. This revolutionary tool is made of soft rubber that’s easy for a parent to hold and gentle enough for baby. The bear-head design is both fun and safe—preventing the oogiebear from going too far into baby’s nose. oogiebear is perfect for little ears as well!

oogiebear is the safe, effective, and easy-to-use booger tool, with these great features:

  • Use the loop end for sticky mucus
  • Use the scoop end for dried mucus
  • The BPA, PVC and Latex-free soft rubber coating is slip-free and gentle against baby’s skin
  • Fun design prevents tool from being inserted too deeply into nose and ears

Developed by mother and Registered Pharmacist, Dr. Nina Farzin, R.Ph, Pharm.D., oogiebear was developed with the health and safety of her three children in mind. She is excited to share this tool with other parents who want to make sure their kids are as comfortable as they can be in times of need.

Now parents can safely and effectively clean baby’s nose and ears!

  • No aspirator
  • No saline
  • No suction

"One scoop and you’re out!"

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