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Octopus Light Up Squishy Toy for Kids



This light up squishy octopus is a sensory treat for kids!

Stress relief: these sensory octopus squeeze balls are designed to help relieve stress and anxiety. They provide a satisfying tactile experience and help to release pent-up energy.

Glitter design: the glitter inside the balls adds an extra element of fun and excitement to the sensory experience.

Light-up squid: one of the squeeze toys in the set is a glowing light squid vent ball, which adds a unique visual element to the stress-relief experience.

Decompression toy: these squeeze balls are also great for decompressing and unwinding after a long day or during a stressful moment.

Gift for kids: the bubble octopus ball stress relief toy makes for a great gift for kids, especially those who need a little help with managing stress or anxiety.


The squeeze balls for stress relief are glitter stress balls and cute octopus dough squishy toys that provide a tactile and visual sensory experience. The set includes a glowing light squid vent ball that is perfect for decompressing.


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