Lulla Doll - the miracle sleep companion (sounds of real-life breathing and heartbeat))


The Lulla doll is the creation of the Icelandic company RoRo after many years of medical research and has been sold in over 80 countries around the world.
It helps children with falling asleep, staying asleep. self soothing, longer naps, transiting to their own room, switching to a bigger bed, feeling safer and more comforted and so much more.


Lulla imitates closeness with its soft feel and soothing sounds of real-life breathing and heartbeat. Lulla’s unique design is based on scientific research on the positive effects of closeness, especially the sounds of heartbeat and breathing. These are: 

  • Longer periods of uninterrupted sleep
  • More stable heartbeat and breathing rhythm
  • Increased wellbeing and lowered stress 

Lulla Doll is designed with care:

  • Real-life sounds - Lulla imitates closeness to a care giver with its super soft feel. Now plays for 12 hours, with improved sound, longer battery duration and adjustable volume. 
  • Based on research - the unique design is based on scientific research that shows how closeness can improve stability, well-being and quality of sleep. 
  • Safe from birth - Lulla is thoroughly safety tested from birth. It has an outside crib attachment for children under 12 months. 


Which Lulla Doll would you like to bring home today?

Sky or Coral or Both? 


How Lulla Doll Was Born? 

“There can be many reasons why parents can't keep their little ones close. There are everyday situations where babies could benefit from an added feeling of closeness, for example for comfort in the car, to help them self-soothe or as a sleeping companion when mom and dad are still awake. There are also more serious reasons like illness and hospitalization of parents and babies. Indeed, the idea of the Lulla doll was born when my friend had her baby girl prematurely and had to leave her alone in the hospital every night for two weeks. That really struck a chord with me and it was then that I decided to bring the Lulla doll to life.” 

    • Eyrún founder of Roro