Wellbeing lighting

We sleep, wake, work, relax and live by the light around us. Philips Hue lets you harness its power to get the right lighting for well-being.

Lighting for your wellbeing
Wake up naturally

Natural wake-up light

Schedule your own personal sunrise by setting a Wake-up automation in the Philips Hue app. Customise the timing and style of this wake-up light and ease into your morning as the lights slowly brighten.

Stay focused

Lighting for work

If you have a home office, let smart light help you separate work life from home life. With automations and the Energise and Concentrate scenes, you can get the best lighting for productivity.



Lights for relaxation

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

Well-being lighting for your daily routine

Daily routine

Get the light you need for every moment of the day with our first 24-hour scene – Natural light. It mimics the sun’s movement and automatically transitions through cool and warm shades of white light throughout the day. Add it to a smart light, Room or Zone in the Philips Hue app by opening the Hue scene gallery and selecting Natural light.

Get started with wellness lighting

White and color ambiance

Starter kit

With four colour-capable E27 bulbs and a Bridge, this starter kit gets you set up for a complete wellness lighting experience in your home.

White ambiance

Starter kit

Two E27 bulbs that offer warm-to-cool white light and a Bridge give you the foundation you need to set up lighting for well-being.


Signe gradient floor lamp

Begin your day with the Wake-up automation's Sunrise style. Specially created for gradient lights such as Signe lamps, it wakes you up gently for a less jarring start to the morning.

Create your own wellness lighting

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.


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.


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


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.

Shop by room

Nurture your health and happiness with our curated recommendations.

Bedroom lighting

Get LED lights for the bedroom that are smart and versatile enough to adapt to your daily routine and help improve sleep.

Bathroom lighting

Freshen up in the morning and relax in the evening with smart bathroom lighting that works with your schedule.

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Set the mood

Sync 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.

Well-being FAQ

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*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and colour ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness