Lighting for your wellbeing

Light is essential to life. We sleep, wake, work, relax and live by the light around us. Philips Hue lets you harness the power of this light and use it to support your wellbeing.

Lighting for your wellbeing
Wake up naturally

Wake up naturally

Schedule the morning sun to rise at your convenience. Choose the timing and style of your personalised dawn, and ease into wakefulness as the lights around you slowly brighten.

Stay focused

Stay focused

If your home is also your office, let smart light help you separate your work life from your home life. Your lights tell you when it’s time to focus – and when it’s time to take a break.

 

Recharge

Recharge

Smart lighting can signal when you should start winding down for the day, helping you relax and get ready for a good night’s sleep.

Light recipes made for your daily routine

Daily routine

Everyone’s work and home lives are unique, and Philips Hue smart lights can give you the light you need for every moment of the day. Our lighting experts designed four light recipes – Energise, Concentrate, Read and Relax – based on scientific research into the effects of LED lighting on health and wellbeing.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Get started with wellness lighting

Starter kit

White and Colour Ambiance

With four colour-capable E26 bulbs and a Hue Bridge, this starter kit gets you set up for a complete wellness lighting experience in your home.

Starter kit

White ambiance

Two E26 bulbs that offer warm-to-cool white light and a Hue Bridge give you the foundation you need to start your wellbeing journey.

Create your daily lighting routine

Hue Motion sensor

Hue Motion sensors make your smart lighting effortless. With an integrated daylight sensor, it’ll only trigger your lights when it needs to.

Automations

Schedule your lights to turn on at the right colour and brightness, according to your personal daily routine.

Voice control

Get hands-free help throughout your home by connecting your smart lighting system to your favourite smart home assistant.

Meet Philips Hue

Philips Hue is a comprehensive smart lighting system – made for indoors, outdoors and with your whole smart home in mind.

Lights

Bulbs, lamps, pendants, spotlights and more. With so many styles and types, you get to pick the smart lights that best match your look.

App

Schedule your lights to turn on and off, adjust settings and get ultimate smart light control in the palm of your hand.

Hue Bridge

The Hue Bridge unlocks the full suite of smart lighting features, letting you do more with your system.

Explore more features

Feel secure with smart lighting

Set the mood with light

Sync your lights to TV, games and music

Philips Hue products

We’re here to help

Have questions or need support? Read FAQ, watch how-to video, or learn how to contact us.

Disclaimer

1 Viola, A. U., Gabel, V., Chellappa, S. L. et al. Dawn simulation light: a potential cardiac events protector. Sleep Med, 2015, 16: 457-61

2 Gabel, V., Maire, M., Reichert, C. F., Chellappa, S. L., Schmidt, C., Hommes, V., ... & Cajochen, C. (2013). Effects of artificial dawn and morning blue light on daytime cognitive performance, well-being, cortisol and melatonin levels. Chronobiology international, 30(8), 988-997.

3 Giménez, M. C., Hessels, M., van de Werken, M., de Vries, B., Beersma, D. G., & Gordijn, M. C. (2010). Effects of artificial dawn on subjective ratings of sleep inertia and dim light melatonin onset. Chronobiology international, 27(6), 1219-1241.

4 Manber, R., Bootzin, R. R., Acebo, C., & Carskadon, M. A. (1996). Behavioural Treatment and Sleep: The Effects of Regularising Sleep-Wake Schedules on Daytime Sleepiness. SLEEP-NEW YORK-, 19, 432-441.

5 Schlangen, L. (2014). The effect of light on our sleep/wake cycle, Philips Circle of light white paper

6 Santhi, N., Thorne, H. C., Van Der Veen, D. R. et al. The spectral composition of evening light and individual differences in the suppression of melatonin and delay of sleep in humans. J. Pineal Res, 2011, 53: 47-59.

7 Lucas, R. J., Peirson, S. N., Berson, D. M., Brown, T. M., Cooper, H. M., Czeisler, C. A., Figueiro, M.G, Gamlin, P.D., Lockley, S.W., O’Hagan, J.B., Price, L. L., Provencio, I., Skene, D.J., Brainard, G.C. (2014). Measuring and using light in the melanopsin age. Trends in neurosciences, 37(1), 1-9.