Based just outside Cambridge, UK, Lumie has been researching, designing and developing light therapy products for over 25 years. A wealth of technical expertise and consumer feedback goes into creating well-being products that harness the natural benefits of light for a life made bright.
Our lights treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and winter blues, boost mood and energy levels and improvesleep.
Lumie invented the very first wake-up light back in 1993 and today the Bodyclock range is a best-seller.
Lumie has been researching and designing bright lights to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and other conditions. Our first Bodyclock – an alarm that wakes you up with increasing levels of light – was the world’s first wake-up light. It brought light therapy into the mainstream.
Over the years Lumie has worked closely with the scientific community. All of our products – the broadest range in Europe – are based on published research and designed by us from our base in Cambridge. Lumie is in the EuRhythDia consortium investigating circadian rhythms and type 2 diabetes, and is working with Liverpool John Moores University sports science department. Lumie products are medical devices, certified to the Medical Devices Directive (93/42/EEC) and supplied to the NHS. Distance and brightness levels (lux) are independently verified and Lumie is registered with the government’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
The benefits of light therapy reach far beyond SAD. Our lights help you to sleep well and get up in the morning, beat the afternoon slump, conquer jetlag and look after your skin. They also optimise sports performance and, as an official contributor to British Cycling and official supplier to British Swimming and British Rowing, we are proud to provide lights to Great Britain’s elite athletes. We continue to find new applications for light therapy, such as treating acne, developing Lumie Clear with the support of leading dermatologists. Lumie products are sold in many UK high street retailers and department stores, as well as through distributors in North America, Europe and Austral-asia.