Bright Light Pillow

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Disclosure: I was sent product in exchange for this review of the Bright Light Pillow. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.

With kids who are afraid of the dark, we’ve been looking for a solution. Arianna informed me that the Bright Light Pillow would be a great addition, and I can’t help but agree. (If you’re wondering how she knew about it before I did, the answer is “As Seen on TV” – they definitely know how to market to the kids!)

The Bright Light Pillow lights up via LED light, stays on for 15 minutes (turned on by a tap), and is bright. Because they give off no heat, they’re safe for kids to use (ages 8 and up).

Right now, the only place you can get these pillows is on their website (https://www.brightlightpillow.com/). There are two options, the Bright Light Pillow comes in two shapes – White Starlight Square and Pink Beating Heart. We got to test out the White Starlight Square, which glows in red, blue, green, yellow, and multicolor. The Pink Beating Heart pulses with a red glow.

Bright Light Pillow
https://www.brightlightpillow.com/

The lights are definitely a great feature, but my favorite aspect of the pillow is how soft it is. (If I could only have a bed made of the fabric, I’d never get out of it.) I’ll be traveling soon, and am seriously thinking about sneaking it away with me. I doubt my travel partner would even realize it was with us, because while the lights are bright, they are also soothing.

You can get your own Bright Light Pillow for $19.99 (plus s&h) here. They are not available in stores, so be sure to put your order in now for holiday shopping.

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