Natural Soap Making Kits for Kids
Make your own 100% natural heart soaps with our easy, do-it-yourself Soap Making Kits for Kids
. Everything you need to make all natural, SLS-free glycerine soap is contained in this kit - non-toxic ingredients, two heart-shaped molds, essential oils and detailed step-by-step instructions. Simply melt a bar of glycerine soap in the microwave or on the stove top, add your oils to create the perfect scent and pour into the mold. Plus the colour possibilities are endless! Add your own food colouring to make your natural heart soaps any colour you wish. Creating your own soap is as easy as 1-2-3 with our soap making kits. Ideal as a fun gift or birthday party activity - then include a finished soap in each of the guest's goody bags. Made in Canada. Ages: 3-99 yrs with adult supervision.
Also available is our Natural DIY Lava Homemade Lip Gloss Kit
, Natural Perfume Making Kit
, Make Your Own Lip Balm Kit
and Bath Fizzies Craft Kit
For help and advice or to order over the phone, please call 778 279 5463.
Our soap making kits for kids contain two blocks of glycerine soap, two bottles of essential oils, two heart soap molds, stirring spoons and a dropper. Add your own food colouring to create soap in all the colours of the rainbow - pink, yellow, orange, whatever colours you wish! Alternatively, leave your soap white for a pure eco-chic look.
All ingredients are non-toxic. The glycerine soap contains: aqua, glycerine, sodium stearate and sodium oleate, sorbitol, stearic acid, lauric acid, sodium laurate, sodium myristate, pentasodium, pentetate, tetrasodium etidronate.
Be safe and use natural soap you've made yourself with the completely non-toxic, natural ingredients contained in this soap making craft kit. No fillers, additives, dyes or synthetics have been added to this product.
The soap made with this kit is free of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), a chemical foaming agent or surfactant commonly used in many soaps, shampoos,
detergents and toothpastes. Health concerns around eye and skin irritation and SLS have been raised in published reports.
Simply melt and pour soap into the heart-shaped molds then let dry. Preparation time is about 5-7 minutes. Cooling time is just 60 minutes until your soap is ready!
Tip: liven up your soap by adding food colouring to the melted soap. Add a very small amount of food colouring at a time, until desired colour is reached.
Wash and reuse your soap molds as ice trays for sweet heart-shaped ice cubes. The box the kit comes in can also be reused as a shadow box
– a another great craft activity for the kids!
This soap making craft kit
is made by a family-run company in Quebec. 10% of the purchase of this kit goes to charity.
Natural soaps make an ideal sugar-free treat to hand out to your child's class. Read our blog post Healthy Valentine's Gifts for the Class
which includes an instructogram on how to prepare your soaps for the class.
Why is soap slippery? Soap is made up of millions of molecules tiny pieces so small you can't see them without a microscope. When soap gets wet, water molecules free up the soap molecules so that they can slip and slide around. These and more facts about soap are featured on the instruction sheet included in this kit.
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