Mood-lites™ makes great first impression with celebrities like Hilary Duff and more, so it is officially time to Get Ur Mood On™!

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Mood-litesÂ? (http://www.mood-lites.com), featured at the Backstage Creations Retreat at the Teen Choice Awards, were presented to celebrities for the first time and were a hit!

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Time to switch off those white, ordinary light bulbs – Mood-lites™ are here! Officially a hit with the celebrities, the gem-colored light bulbs called Mood-lites™ are taking over the lighting industry with a cool glow akin to a candle. Available in seven moods ranging from Tranquility to Energy, Mood-lites™ are now available nationwide at Linens-N-Things and select Bed, Bath, & Beyond stores and spas across the nation.

Celebrities got to check them out backstage for the first time at the Teen Choice Awards – and gave fantastic feedback. Hilary Duff’s favorite mood was Serenity (as shown in photo at the Celebrity Retreat produced by Backstage Creations at the Teen Choice Awards, photo courtesy of wireimage.com / Mark Sullivan). Hilary just loved the unique turquoise color. Other star comments included “They’re HOT,” “I want them all over my house,” “These would be great on my MTV show,” and “I am putting Tranquility my son’s bedroom.” Still more challenged fans to “Get Ur Mood On™!”

Mood-lites™ are 25w light bulbs that fit in standard lamps and come in seven colors and moods including Serenity™, Tranquility™, Passion™, Energy™, Renewal™, Creativity™, and Happy™. They are available at Linens n Things nationwide and at select Bed, Bath, & Beyond stores, Ace Hardwares, spas and more.

Check out http://www.mood-lites.com to see additional photos added weekly, find a retailer in your area, view unique design ideas, and enter contests. Get Ur Mood On™ hats and t-shirts are also available for purchase on the website.

A part of the proceeds from the sale of Mood-lites™ go to the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression, an organization dedicated to reducing the stigma associated with depression. Visit http://www.ifred.org.

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