On Halloween, bigger kids may get all the action when it comes to face paint, fake fangs, multicolored hair, creepy costumes, and spooky masks. But glow-in-the-dark pacifiers? These suckers (ha) are babies-only.
After a few minutes’ light exposure, made by the designers at baby gear company Smilo, their new glow-in-the-dark pacifiers will…well, glow in the dark. For up to three hours, in fact, which is plenty of time for post-sunset trick-or-treating hours on Halloween night. And they’re not some cheap, scary novelty either — these are BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and engineered by medical advisors, biomedical experts, scientists and industrial designers to support babies’ growing palates.
But what make them cool and spooky on Halloween is what make them cool and useful on regular nights — glow-in-the-dark pacifiers are a whole lot easier to find on the floor during 3 a.m. wake-up sessions.
Find the Smilo glow-in-the-dark pacifiers for Halloween with a not-spooky price tag of $9.99 for a set of 3.