The soles of Chameleon shoes change color in reaction to sunlight or ultraviolet light. In the absence of light, the sole returns to its original color. This feature arouses toddlers’ curiosity, helps them feel more comfortable in their shoes and motivates them to crawl or walk between sunny and shady spots.
Research published by neuroscientists at the U.S. Children’s National Health System states that “visual stimulation fosters intelligence and cognitive development from babies who are not yet talking to those who are curious and observant.”
The photochromic pigment, which responds to light, is listed as a cosmetic ingredient in the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary (ICID). It has also passed various tests for certification. These rigorous safety standards confirm the safety of this substance for children.