How did we choose the Moov Mini colors?

Did you know child psychologists use color therapy to help children on the autism spectrum and other behavioral and social challenges?  Interestingly, studies have demonstrated color invokes a biochemical response in the brain.

The Moov Mini by Kando is available in four fidget-friendly colors shown to intuitively help you or your child cope with challenging social, emotional, or behavioral moments – anytime, anywhere! 

Kando Blue

Moov Mini Blue

Beat the blues with beautiful blue!  Light, lovely hues of blue, like teal and turquoise reminiscent of the warm, tropical seas, elicit feelings of calm and comfort.  While deep-hued blue, such as navy blue, may induce despondency or even depression, blues on the lighter side of things are intuitively sedative and soothing for any soul!

Kando pink

Moov Mini Pink

This pretty pigment is known to evoke feelings of safety, security, and love.  Pink, along with the versatility of its sister shade violet, can help induce a sense of tranquility, peace, and serenity and is a strategic way to gently lull anxious or hyperactive children into a deep, restorative, uninterrupted slumber.  Pink is prized for being the “pigment pick” of most autistic children.

Kando green

Moov Mini Green

Contrary to the “green-eyed monster” adage, one of the singular, most cherished qualities about this universally beloved hue is its inherent restorative powers.

Fun fact: the human eye does not have the capability to distort green.  What you see is what you get!

Light, floral green, evocative of the early days of spring, has been shown to create a sense of fun and creativity, while enhancing positive social interactions amongst children on the spectrum.

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Moov Mini Purple

Much like its pink pal, this precious pigment possesses powerful fidget- and feelings-friendly properties.  Conjuring sentiments of love, nurture, care, safety, and security, purple is treasured for helping children on the autism spectrum avoid tantrums, meltdowns, and even pain in some parts of the body.

Surrounding behaviorally challenged children with lighter shades of purple, such as lilac or lovely lavender, have been shown to decrease voracious appetites, high heart rates, and blood pressure.  This multitasking pigment has also demonstrated enhanced learning, cognitive function, and memory skills, while having a positively energizing effect on children.

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