Well, let's be honest, kids hate washing their hands. However, with the right motivation, the moments in the bathroom can be much more enjoyable. J Tiny western buried in layers of soap will undoubtedly make this gesture of hygiene more fun. Find objects in the soap, it's like looking for a hidden treasure, wow! It's a gift that little ones can not resist, so they will not be able to keep their hands dirty. P the more they use the soap, the faster they can retrieve the object it contains. So, how to make a glycerine soap with surprise in it? The instructions are in the article below.
Children will not be reluctant to wash their hands when they see this soap
You may think that the making of soap is a complicated and time-consuming activity? It's not true at all! Actually, t all you have to do is buy the soap base, melt it in the microwave and add small plastic toys in it.
For this purpose, you can use for example frogs and dinosaurs, but also fish, butterflies and insects. You can also customize your soaps with your favorite colors and scents.
You will love these homemade soaps because glycerin is moisturizing and gentle on the skin. In addition, soaps are not expensive. They are adorable and easy to make. Except glycerine, you will also need to dyes, mussels, essential oils and of course attractive toys.
Make a homemade soap in which hides a little toy
How to make a glycerine soap with a toy in it or how to turn a boring activity into play
- transparent glycerine (soap base that sells in specialty hobby stores)
- soap, muffin or other molds you have
- rubbing alcohol
- small plastic toys or other small objects of your choice
- essential oils
- moisturizing oils: shea butter, coconut butter (optional)
- dyes (optional)
Step 1) First, cut the glycerine soap into cubes to speed up the melting process.
Transparent glycerin cubes
2nd step) After, u use a glass container to melt the cubes in the microwave. You can also melt in a bain-marie. However, no matter the method chosen, always work at low power not to make glycerin boil. Microwave for 30-40 seconds, then shake every additional 10 seconds until it is completely melted.
If you want to add some color to your soap, put dye and stir to combine. If you want to add perfume, add a few drops of essential oils and mix well the preparation.
Step 3) Place small objects in the soap molds ( toys , sequins, beads, jewelery etc.) C then start pouring the mixture into it but fill only half the volume. If you see bubbles forming on the soap surface, simply spray them with rubbing alcohol and they will disappear.
Fill the molds
Then put the mussels in the freezer for 15 minutes or until the soap hardens.
Step 4) Once hardened, the soap should easily come out of the mold when you turn it over and shake it well. Hold it near the table to avoid damaging it when it falls from the mold.
Unmount the soaps
Your children or grandchildren will love these soaps! They can also be used as gifts for school friends or birthday gifts for example.
Soap for Christmas
Fill the soap with buttons
Glycerine soap with dinosaur in it
And finally, an idea made with flowers and plant leaves