The jelly mood lights come packaged in decorative boxes. | Source: IScream/The Toy Insider

Night lights just got cuter — and aromatic!

IScream’s Jelly Mood Lights are the perfect way to light up kids’ rooms in a new, bold way. The collection, designed for kids ages 3 and up, includes a pink unicorn light and a blue stegosaurus light.

Each light is shaped like the animal itself, and both are see-through. The lights are relatively small, with the unicorn light being 6 inches wide and the stegosaurus light being 10 inches wide. The unicorn light is entirely pink and the stegosaurus light is entirely blue, but each light includes features to make it really look like the real thing — eyes, ears, horns, and tails, to name a few!

Each mood light features a multicolor-changing LED light and requires three AAA batteries (not included). Once the batteries are inserted into the light, kids can simply flip the lightswitch on the bottom of the toy and brighten up any room! 

The lights are each bubblegum-scented, and they really do smell sweet. Both the unicorn and stegosaurus lights are squishy to the touch — the perfect texture for kids to enjoy while watching (and smelling!) the light. That’s three senses at work for an awesome sensory experience. If the light happens to get hot to the touch, simply turn it off temporarily and let it cool down.

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The decorative boxes make the lights even more exciting to unwrap, and each box includes colorful designs specific to the type of night light inside.

The lights each cost $25 — a super affordable price for a piece of room decor. Younger kids and tweens alike are sure to love having these lights to brighten up their rooms — and they might want to smell them, too!

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Vivian Rousseau

Vivian Rousseau

Vivian Rousseau is an Editorial Intern with Adventure Media & Events, where she writes for The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. She is also currently a Senior at Rutgers University - New Brunswick studying Journalism & Media Studies. Vivian’s two previous internships have been in news writing as well, as she loves to write! When she isn’t writing or doing her schoolwork, Vivian is typically reading, at the gym, or soaking up her last year of college with her friends and sorority sisters!