Experience life in full color

We invite you to discover the difference a simple light bulb can make.

The lighting you choose is the lens through which you view your surroundings. With such a profound effect on your well-being, motivation, and general outlook on life, your choice in lighting should never be an afterthought Instead, we like to think it's the glue that unifies all the other healthy lifestyle choices you make - like whole nutrition, exercise, supplementation, and mindfulness practices - into a beautiful, nuanced, and expressive life.

Enhancing people's lives and the spaces they live in since it was first created in Finland over 40 years ago, Chromalux® is a simple, wholesome tool you'll love to include in your wellness arsenal. Because your lighting should work for you, not against you.

Our Magic Element

Without ever turning it on, the most noticable quality of a Chromalux® light bulb is its lovely lavender glass. Responsible for this lovely tint and pure light output of Chromalux® is the element neodymium.

A stunning lavender or blue in appearance, neodymium is an earth element that possesses some unique color enhancing and purification qualities.

Neodymium acts as a filter - absorbing dulling components of the visible light spectrum - like yellow - to purify your environment and naturally enhance colors and textures.

When used in Chromalux® light bulbs, these color enhancing and purification qualities are simply stunning.

FAQ

Are these dimmable?

Our frosted glass reflector (R) flood bulbs and all PAR halogen bulbs are dimmable.

Our reflector flood (R) style lamps in clear glass are not dimmable.

What is the difference between reflector (R) flood bulbs and PAR bulbs?

While both are perfect for use in either recessed can or track lighting, the light beam of flood type light bulbs (R style light bulbs) have a less defined edge than a comparable PAR light bulb.

Flood bulbs are great for general illumination and covering large areas with light.

PAR bulbs are more like spot lights, with a defined and focused beam of light.

How do I know which size flood bulb I need?

Measure your current bulb's diameter and length from base to top, then select our bulb that is closest in size (scroll up to find a bulb's size under the tab entitled "specs"). Most BR30 bulbs and BR40 bulbs are comparable to our R30 and R40 bulbs, respectively.

If you don't have an existing bulb, measure the diameter of your recessed fixtures.

Usually, 3'' diameter = R20/PAR20, 4 or 5'' diameter = R30/PAR30, and 6'' diameter = R40/PAR38

Our R25 bulb is an unusual shape, but is commonly used in either 4" or 5" cans.

Pro tip: if any bulb is a bit shorter in length than the depth of your fixture, you can use something called an E26 socket extender to add an inch or so of length to your bulb and to drop it more flush with your fixture opening.

Any other questions?

Customer Reviews

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Antoinette N.
the best

These bulbs are the best! They give a beautiful, natural light, and the energy saving bulbs (70W give 100w light) make me happy, too.
Easy to order, well packed, and arrive quickly.
Thank you for a great product.

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Patrick
Natural looking light and responds well to dimming

This has a much nicer quality of light than the other brands of neodymium floods that used to be made. I think It has a lot to do with the reflector material, which i understand to be made with real silver rather than silver-colored paint. They have a very pleasing glow when dimmed, almost like being around a camp fire. They are expensive, but if they last as long as they are rated for the cost works out to be about the same as regular incandescent bulbs.

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