Superb Soap Making | Nickelodeon Experimake

One thing i remember getting for Christmas one year as a child was a soap maker. I absolutely loved it and would spend ages making different shaped ones and opening up a 'shop' in my bedroom for my customers :)



We have been getting soap creative this weekend with Experimake Superb Sea Shaped Soaps. Ready to experimake? it is aimed at children 8+ and includes everything your scientist needs to create six different coloured scented soaps.It also comes with some pretty organza bags and gift tags to make a very special homemade present. 

Add some extra ingredients and you can even make yourself an exfoliating soap scrub- i have been hinting at Alessia and daddy to make me one for christmas :)

We found it really simple to use and the age recommendation being the perfect age. 

Super Simple Steps

1. Measure the required amount of soap and heat in a microwave in a suitable container/oven hob until liquid



2.Add your colour/fragrance with the pipette dropper provided - we actually made the colour green, so you can add the colours together to make different coloured soap if you want too!


3.Pour your mixture into the soap mould and wait for your creation to unfold - magic!




Our soaps were vanilla scented and smelt absolutely gorgeous! they lather up so well and left the bathroom smelling amazing for ages! Alessia has already asked for different scents for Christmas to make more and has given the set 9/10 which in my eyes is a win! 

Have you tried the Experimake soap maker? let me know what you think and if your little ones have it on their Christmas list :)



*We were sent this product in exchange for an honest review*

22 comments

  1. Oo vanilla scented would have been my top choice too! I loved these kits when I was a child :)

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  2. What a fantastic kit! going to show my sister this and it's ideal for her girl who is very crafty already!

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  3. This looks amazing! My daughter would just love this!

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  4. Looks so much fun. I've never made soap before. I'm also sure my daughter will love this :)

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  5. What a fabulous product! Enjoy the soap :)

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  6. This looks great. I have a niece who this would be perfect for this Christmas!

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  7. I love the sound of making soaps and it would be so much fun for kids to make their own soaps as well! x

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  8. This sounds like a fun toy I bet this would be a perfect gift too.

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  9. My daughter would love this...something we could enjoy together!

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  10. I never had one of these growing up, but it makes me wish I had lol. Looks like you had fun making them x

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  11. Oh my daughter has asked for this! She loves making just about anything, it does look like fun!

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  12. I would have loved something like this when I was a child x

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  13. This looks fantastic, exactly the sort of gift that I know my daughter would really love for Christmas.

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  14. This is a great Christmas gift, and right up my little girls street!

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  15. This is an amazing gift for Christmas! I loved making soap when I was little, to be honest, I still do haha.

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  16. This looks like so much fun! I remember as a kid I was obsessed with making things from Fimo and baking them. Can’t wait to do it with my girls!

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  17. This looks like a lot of fun - Eliza would love something like this for Christmas

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  18. I used to love making these with my sister when I was a child. This one looks like a perfect gift for little ones.

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  19. I had a perfume set as a child but love the look of these soaps! My daughter would love this set

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  20. Fantastic, my daughter would absolutely love this, she’s very into science-y things and making bits and pieces!

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  21. Kids toys are so much more fun these days compared to my polly pocket days as a kid!
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  22. This looks like great fun! Brill rainy day activity

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