字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi everyone, it's me Ann and you guys probably know by now that we will be making jelly soaps for today's do it yourself project. I was inspired by from Lush and also some of you guys have asked me to make this in my last couple videos so here it is, guys. I spent all day yesterday trying to come up with a recipe. I tried so many different variations and I finally came up with something that have the consistency of jello and works just great like soap. Yeah, this is basically bath soap but in jelly form. It was inspired by Lush, if you guys are familiar with Lush they have like these jelly soaps in their store and they're just so fun, I think they like -- it makes taking a bath a lot more fun on a different level. So if you have any kids, any one of you guys out there who have kids that don't like taking a bath or shower this is a great way to lure them into that. Or, you know, for some of you who are going to baby showers this year, Easter, you want to give some gifts to anyone these make great gift givings. You can put them into, like, cute little jars like this. You can find cute jars from craft stores or collect, like, sauce jars, whatever kind of jars you can collect. So stick around if you guys want to learn how to make some jelly soaps! OK guys so let's start with materials and for this we will need some jars and you can find some cute jars from your local craft store or just, you know collect sauce jars. Next you will need some jojoba oil and some soap you could use colored soap if you want here I have clear soap from Trader Joes. Next I will be using food colors you don't have to use food colors but I like this to look fun so of course I'd be using this. And plus this is not harmful, you only need to use one or two drops of food coloring and it doesn't stain your skin. Lastly is gelatine and this is the key ingredient that helps things to make look like jello. Basically, find something that's unsweetened and unflavored. Alrighty, so before we do this make sure you pay attention to the instructions in the back of your gelatin package so mine says to use one package per cup of water. So all together I will be using four cups of water and four packages of gelatin. Next I am just going to pour in a few drops of jojoba oil and just stir this together and once that's stirred, I'm going to go ahead and add in my soap. I'm mixing two ounces of soap for everyone one cup. And just make sure everything is mixed well. Let it boil and then turn down the heat. So in a separate bowl what I'm going to do is pour in the gelatin and then I'm going to pour the soaping mix into this. And of course just stir it very well. Make sure everything is mixed nicely. Then go ahead and add in your colors. Make sure to separate the colors. You know, if you want more than one color then maybe pour some out into another bowl so that way you can have different colors going on. OK so once your colors are mixed, go ahead and pour it into the container to cool down. What I usually do like to do is scoop out the bubbles so that way the top can stay clear. Once your soap turns into jello go ahead and scoop that out and put it into a jar. You can pour it into your jar and leave it just like that but it kind of looks boring to me. I like to scoop out the jelly so that way it can create texture and reflect the light pretty nicely and it just looks really interesting that way. Thank you guys so much for watching, I truly appreciate it. Don't forget to subscribe if you haven't and please thumbs up this video for more DIYs and to support my channel. Don't forget to comeback every weekend, I will try to make new videos for you. Love you so much, ciao!