Luxury Ring daylight lamp - L100
- Stylish design (32cm diameter)
- daylight simulation; light intensity of 10,000 LUX and higher
- UV-free and flicker-free
- 3 natural colors (yellow, warm white, cold white)
- 6 Brightness levels
- Touch screen
Read below the many advantages of a daylight lamp
- Energy label : A
- Colors : White, yellow, orange
- Number of Lux: 10,000 LUX
- Touch keys : Yes
- USB charging point: Yes
- Lamp diameter: 32cm
- Timer function: Yes
- Brightness adjustable: Yes
- Weight : 1kg
- Dimensions : 32x35x10cm
- Wireless : No
- Minimum usage time: 30-60min
- Maximum user distance: 30-60cm
- Warranty : 2 years
- Certificate : CE
- Mains power : 230V – 50Hz
- Lifetime : 50000 hours
- Daylight lamps are often used to reduce the symptoms of SAD, such as depression and fatigue
- Improved mood.
- Regulation of sleep pattern
- Increasing energy and alertness
- Increased productivity
- Improved concentration
- Relief from jet lag
- Improves sleep quality.
- Reduction of eye fatigue
- Positive influence on seasonal changes
- Increased vigilance during night shifts
- Improved skin health (Acne, Exceem)
Advice for use
Place the daylight lamp on a stable surface, such as a table or desk. Make sure the lamp is facing the face, but do not look into the lamp. It is recommended to place the lamp at a distance of about 30-60 centimeters from your face. Do this in the morning and do this for 30 minutes to 1 hour.
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By mimicking daylight, a daylight lamp helps with changes in hormones and chemicals in the brain that can affect our energy level, mood, and physical and mental condition. For example, it can help people with sleep disorders, it gives more energy, you are more productive and it can help people with jet lag or shift work disorder.
Simulates natural daylight
A daylight lamp accurately mimics the natural spectrum of daylight. As a result, they can help improve your mood, concentration and overall well-being, especially during dark winter months or when you can't spend much time outside.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
Daylight lamps are often used for light therapy to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a form of depression that usually occurs in the fall and winter.
Studies have shown that exposure to daylight or daylight simulation can increase productivity, which can be an important benefit in the workplace.
Use the daylight lamp together
The luxurious ring daylight lamp has an open design. This allows you to use the lamp together.
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FREE storage case
The daylight lamp comes with a free storage cover
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a daylight lamp?
A daylight lamp is a special type of lamp designed to produce light similar to natural daylight. The light emitted by these lamps has a high color temperature and is rich in blue tones, which can help to simulate the effects of natural daylight.
When do you use a daylight lamp?
Do you suffer from a winter dip every year or do you suffer from sleeping problems and are you unable to create a fixed sleep rhythm? Then a daylight lamp is the solution for you. In general, the daylight lamp is used in the morning. The positive effect is then greatest, because then you want and have to get out of your sleepy position. By using this in the morning, you give your body the signal that it is day. Your body releases substances that wake you up more.
How many times a day do you use the lamp?
We recommend using the lamp at least once a day, as mentioned earlier, it is best to do this in the morning, then the effect is greatest. Use the lamp for at least 7 consecutive days. Preferably in the morning.
How do you use the daylight lamp?
The most effective way to use the lamp is to place it directly or diagonally opposite your face. Put the lamp at a distance of 50 cm and use it for 30-45 minutes. The idea is that the light shines on your eyes, but you don't have to look directly into the light. So you can also just have breakfast or read a book. It is important that the lamp is aimed at your face.
What is a daylight lamp used for?
Daylight lamps are often used to compensate for the lack of natural daylight. They can be useful for people who work indoors or live in areas where there is little daylight, especially during the winter months. These lamps are also used to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a form of depression related to the lack of daylight exposure.
What are the benefits of a daylight lamp?
Daylight lamps can provide several benefits, including:
- Improving mood and energy level.
- Regulation of the biological clock and sleep-wake cycle.
- Reduction of symptoms of SAD and winter depression.
- Improving concentration and productivity.
Is a daylight lamp the same as a normal lamp?
No, daylight lamps differ from regular lamps because they are specially designed to produce a spectrum of light that is similar to natural daylight. Ordinary lamps often have a lower color temperature and lack the specific blue tones that are characteristic of daylight lamps.
Can I use a daylight lamp as a substitute for sunlight?
While daylight lamps can be useful in mimicking some of the benefits of sunlight, they cannot be a complete substitute for true sun exposure. Natural sunlight provides other important elements, such as vitamin D synthesis, that are not provided by daylight lamps.
Are daylight lamps safe for long term use?
In general, daylight bulbs are safe for long-term use, but it's always wise to follow the manufacturer's instructions and not overuse the bulb. However, some people may be sensitive to the blue light emitted by these bulbs, so it is advisable to moderate use if you experience any type of eye discomfort.
Why white light and why blue light?
Most daylight lamps provide a bright white light and contain all colors of the light spectrum. A light intensity of 10,000 lux is recommended at a distance of 50 cm from the lamp for a duration of 30-45 minutes for the best result. This ensures a more energetic and rested feeling during the dark days. If you opt for a daylight lamp with blue light, then a light intensity of 250 lux is sufficient. Only blue light is mainly for controlling your biological clock.