Benefits Of The New Generation Lulla Doll

The Lulla doll was created by an Icelandic psychologist, who wanted to find a children's sleep aid that would provide intimate closeness and comfort. The dolls have a soft outer covering, and make heartbeat and breathing noises, serving to alleviate distress and calm baby.

Reports show results can be immediate or gradual integrating the Lulla Doll into babies sleep routine. The Lulla Doll is designed to help babies rest for a longer period, and to help babies stabilize and feel safe. 

Tips on how to introduce the Lulla doll:

  • Keep the doll close to your skin so the doll can absorb your scent. This will give your child an added feeling of safety and comfort at a sensory level. Allow baby to listen to the sound and feel the softness of the fabric. 

  • Firstly introduce the doll when the child is calm and content.

  • Integrate the Lulla doll into your baby’s sleep routine with the sound turned on. Keep the Lulla doll in a designated sleeping area to associate it with calmness, comfort & sleep. 

Lulla doll can be securely attached to the outside of the cot/crib or bed.. The straps can also be used to fasten the doll to a stroller or car seat.

To turn on the sound press the heart shaped speaker button on the sound-unit for 3 seconds, push for 3 seconds again to switch off. The sound turns off automatically in 12 hours. The 12 hour timer resets every time you push off/on.

It has three volumes, safe for prolonged use for children’s sensitive hearing.  When the sound is turned on it always starts at the lowest volume.

The Lulla doll is purposely designed to help premature babies and children in separation from their parents in greater need for comfort and stability. 

For added safety for the most sensitive children, the Lulla doll can kept clean by washing at 60 degrees Celsius (hot) to eliminate most bacteria. Keep in mind that repeated washing at high temperature might affect the dolls appearance and shape.

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