For celebrity parents, beauty sleep is no joke – it’s a must-have! Luckily, the Good Nite Lite is helping some celeb mommies and daddies get a longer night’s sleep. The Good Nite Lite uses visual cues to help teach children when the appropriate time is to get out of bed in the morning. It features a friendly, glowing caricature face that changes from a Moon to a Sun at the programmed “wake-up” time and from a Sun to a Moon at the programmed “bedtime.” With the help of their parents (or grandparents), children rapidly come to associate the moon image with the knowledge that it is still bedtime and the sun with the idea that it is the correct time to wake up.
Who are some of these celebrities benefitting from a good night’s rest? Joey Lawerence, Melissa Joan Hart, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Lou Diamond Phillips are just a few who are fans of the Good Nite Lite.
“I love the Good Nite Lite and my three-year-old loves it too,” said Rosa Blasi, actress on ABC Family’s Make it or Break it.
Perfect for adjusting to going back-to-school after longer summer days, Daylight Saving Time, and even traveling; the Good Nite Lite is available online for just $34.99, and in-store at select boutiques such as Los Angeles’s The Pump Station.