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Meemoobaby

Meemoobaby

Meelight is a feeding and care night light that gives “the right kind of light” - a soft golden glow, minimising blue light, helping your baby or child to fall asleep faster. A single button turns Meelight on and off and allows you to choose three different brightness levels or select the timer. It has a built-in rechargeable battery and will let you know when it needs charging.

Light and Sleep

Meelight’s soft golden glow has been specially chosen for its low blue light content. So when feeding or caring for a baby or child at night, Meelight’s warm dimmable glow provides enough light to see what’s going on, but without over-stimulating baby, child or parent. Add in the portable, wearable and hands-free features and meelight is perfect for feeding and caring for your baby at night and with a low blue light content; the ultimate night light.

Light is essential to see whilst you feed and care for your little one at night; no one enjoys stumbling around in the dark or being over-stimulated or dazzled by a bright light in the middle of the night! The colour, position and brightness of the light you use is really important, not only to see the task in hand, but also to help your baby (and you!) get back to sleep easily.

Light emitted from many nightlights, bedroom lighting or electronic devices can contain a large amount of blue light. Blue light doesn't necessarily look blue, it's part of the white light spectrum and can trick our brains into thinking it’s daytime; not what you want when trying to settle a baby down to sleep after a feed!

Problem Light

Many scientific studies show that blue light can increase alertness at night and suppress the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone. Too much blue light at bedtime is scientifically proven to lead to night time waking and alertness. Put simply, blue light simulates a blue sky, daytime and being awake; golden light simulates sunset and encourages sleep.

Good Light

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