From light-up-the-whole-room ceiling lamps to midnight-potty-break nightlights, children’s lighting doesn’t just make little ones feel safer, it keeps them safer, too. Nightlights serve many purposes not only for kids but also for adults.
A nightlight is a small light fixture, usually electrical, placed for comfort or convenience in dark areas or areas that may become dark at certain times, such as at night or in an emergency. Like, they are helpful safety aids that illuminate stairways, fixtures, and other potential obstacles. Nightlights can also be beneficial for young children who are afraid of the dark, as well as nursing mothers making late-night visits to their infant’s room. In addition to bedrooms, nightlights may also be used in bathrooms.
Why it’s a good idea to use a night light:
For newborn nightly visits. Many families of young babies use a baby night light more for them than for the infant. It helps them see what is going on in the room when they are checking diapers or giving those nightly feeds. As long as you don’t turn on the overhead light and the night light isn’t too bright, it’s fine. But try to turn it off once your child is sleeping through the night.
“I actually got it (8-inch glow ball) because i can use it for camping but i love it so much im using it as a night light i can put it in the floor and it gives me enough light to see my 2 babys.” - LOFTEK client
For comfort & Stress relief. Some children experience separation anxiety at night when their parents are in another room. Having a night light on for your toddler could be that added reassurance when things start going bump in the night. Nightmares can begin as early as 2 years of age and when nightly fears develop, adding a night light could provide some comfort to your child. Nightlights can help alleviate this anxiety, and also help them fall back asleep if they wake up in the middle of the night— especially if they are afraid of the dark.
Parents should understand why they need it: what is scaring them and be sure to address the core issue first. If your child needs the night light for comfort, let them have it. If it means helping them feel safe and secure in their environment and promotes better sleep for all, then it’s not a battle you need to have.
For potty training. Arming your newly night trained child with their own night light or flashlight is a great way to encourage some independent potty trips to the bathroom. Equipping the hallway and bathroom with a small night light so they can see the way to the potty is also a good idea.
If you are going to use a night light, we recommend you try a bulb between 4-7 watts and no brighter.
Cost-effective: The cost of using a nightlight as the primary light source in a child’s bedroom versus using an overhead light is quite notable. Let’s say your electricity is billed at 10 cents per kilowatt hour. Three 7-watt light bulbs with a 3,000-hour lifespan will be enough to light one room continuously for one year — and the overall annual cost will be less.
LOFTEK night light for your kids
Emitting a soft, dim glow the night light allows you to discreetly check on your baby or breastfeed without waking up your husband. Setting smooth mode with remote controller that comforts your babies to sleep. 100% safe for your baby to learn and play thanks to acrylic materials with smooth surface; glowing light won’t flicker or hurt the eyes of your child.
Use as toys for kids
This kind glow lights we have various size for your choice, it can be a great sensor toy for your kids to learn about the world.
Ambience Light for indoor & outdoor
Meanwhile, wireless charging and waterproofing make for the perfect camping or hiking light, 4 mode signals your or your kids’ location in case of emergency.
Find more led glow night light here
You may be interested in these articles as well: