Important Tips before making the artwork
Before starting, rub your hands throughly with a wet wipe (wet towel) to reduce soap smudging on the hands.
While working, remove the soap left on the hand with a wet wipe (wet towel) before touching another color.
To put two objects together, use a wet wipe and rub on it to make it easier (Water makes soaps stick together).
After finishing the artwork, spray water to make it last longer.
Mix two colors roughly for a marbling effect, instead of completely mixing the colors.
Wet and rub the fingers to make natural gradation.
Mix your favorite herb to make a sophisticated herb soap.
This product is sold after 4 weeks of fermentation. You can use it immediately after making the artwork (No need for additional waiting).
If, after opening the product, it took a long time to make it and the soap became dry, add a little bit of water with a wet wipe, etc to return it to the original state.
For people with weak hands, add more water to make it softer for kneading. The softness can be adjusted by the number of repetitions. When it is taking too long to make an artwork, place a wet wipe on top of the soap. However, if the soap is already hardened, it is impossible to return it to the original state.
See the manual to make an artwork.
Before starting, rub your hands thoroughly with a wet wipe (wet towel) to reduce soap smudging on the hands.
Work the yellow thoroughly with your hands. When the lump is too big, divide it into two to make it easier.
Roll the yellow clay to make it into a donut shape.
Place it in a round shape and connect the ends.
Do the same for the brown, rub it with a wet wipe and place it on the yellow donut.
Rub the brown on the yellow donut to make chocolate syrup flowing down.
Stick the inner and outer side of the chocolate syrup with fingers to make it more realistic.
Make a thin string of white and put it on the chocolate syrup in a wriggly shape.
Decorate the chocolate syrup with red and white.
After completing, spray water to make it last for a longer time.