Mucosa (nasal powder)
Nasal powder is a setareh salamat for cleaning a baby's nose. The use of mucosal will ensure the health of infants.
Due to its ventilating function, the nose is a barrier against infections entering the body. Thus, it is the first organ that is exposed to external irritants and infectious agents. A good cleaning of the baby's nose prevents him from contracting infectious diseases. Sucking on breast milk will therefore release the bottle or breast milk. Therefore, the setareh salamat mucosa will help better nutrition and health of babies.
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The best time to clean your baby's nose is during bathing and after, when the bath environment is warm and full of steam. The baby's nasal secretions get wet and come out of the baby's nose spontaneously or easily with a few sneezes. After bathing, the rest of the nasal discharge can be removed from the baby's nose with a soft, clean cloth or with a nasal decongestant. If the baby's nasal discharge is dry, you can moisten the nasal discharge with a spray or nasal drops obtained from pharmacies and then clean it with a mucous membrane.
1- Press the balloon ball. 2- Gently insert the mucosal head into the baby's nose. 3- Slowly remove the pressure of your fingers from the balloon ball. 4- Remove the mucosal head from the nose.
1- Drain the nasal mucosa using a ball suction from the nose. 2- Separate the ball (balloon) and the head from each other. 3- Wash in the mentioned way. 4- Connect the ball (balloon) and the head and use it again. Wash it with warm water and soap after each use. 5- Press Poirot in soapy water, then pull it. 6- Then shake it several times and rinse with clean water.