We also made lego blocks, lego peeps, robots with keys, and colorful mustache soaps! The girls did a great job of carefully pouring the soap base into the molds. They enjoyed chosing the colors and fragrances for each soap.
We also made some bath salts. The colors turned out so pretty, and the girls had fun mixing the ingredients. See the yogurt containers in the picture below? That’s what they used to shake up the salts, fragrance and color to create beautiful bath salts. They even mixed different colored salts together and achieved some stunning results Unfortunately I was so engrossed in the activity I forgot to get pictures of them.
The last project we did was a lip scrub. This was an experiment for all of us, as it was the first time I made this product. We used gummy bear flavor. We added sugar for exfoliation and a bit of sweetness. The consensus was that even after we licked our lips to get any sugar removed, our lips felt wonderfully soft and moisturized. I’ll be making more of these for sure. I hope I don’t eat the one I kept J
Working with kids is so much fun. I am energized by their enthusiasm and inquisitiveness.
Thanks for a fun morning of soap making, girls.
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