White noise is a popular frequency that is known to help babies fall and stay asleep. Did you know there are many other frequencies that are scientifically proven to help as well? This cuddly character has the six main colours of noise projected through starry lights and sounds. The cry activation feature automatically returns your child back to slumber land and reduces the number of unnecessary trips mum makes to the nursery.
The different colour choices are important, because each baby responds to different noise colours in unique ways. While your infant might find pink noise ideal, your toddler might find green noise more soothing. You are finally able to choose the perfect atmosphere to get your baby (and mum) and great night sleep!
6 coloured noises with corresponding starry sky display projection (white, green, blue, purple, red, and pink)
Cry Activation to reduce unnecessary nursery visits
2 options to choose from: an automatic light show or relaxing individual colours and sounds
15, 30, 45 minute auto shut-off
White noise is a popular mix of the sound frequency range that is known to help babies fall and stay asleep by blocking out other noises around the house through sound masking and cancellation.
Pink noise offers a more subdued sound than white noise, like the soft roar of a rainstorm, which can help soothe babies and young children, achieve deeper sleep and alleviate headaches. Similar to pink noise, brown noise focuses more prominently on the low frequency range and sounds similar to a deep hum or buzz to help relaxation and in turn sleep improvement.
Alternatively, green noise looks to simulate the ambient noise of nature and is used in meditation for its healing and strengthening properties. It is believed green noise can stimulate inner peace, increase immunity and improve focus.
At the other end of the spectrum purple noise helps block out noises at a higher frequency and sounds similar to water being sprayed. Blue noise is similar to purple noise but at a less intense frequency. It masks high frequency sounds that can occur around the house that may not be heard by the adult human ear, including noises from electrical outlets and heating systems.