Unicorn Poop Soap

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Inside: My daughters are dying for me to make more of this Unicorn Poop Soap. So funny, easy, and (this is the trick) it gets the kids to wash their hands after every potty!

I was having the darndest time getting the kids to wash their freaking hands after going to the bathroom.

When we were out, it was no big deal.

But at home?

No way.

And I was kind of at my wit’s end.

Until I thought up this simple idea for Unicorn Poop Soap.

Like, for real, they’ve had it 2 days and used the entire set I made.

Good thing it’s easy to make! LOL!

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Seriously, it’s so easy.

Watch my quick video to see just how REALLY EASY it is to make this Unicorn Poop Soap.

Because, dude, gettin’ the kids to wash their hands couldn’t be THIS easy, right?!

See?!

And if I’d only know that all it takes is a little Unicorn Poop Soap to get the kids sudsy, I might have done this ages ago.

Now I’m wondering how many other silly soap recipes I can make so that they’ll keep this up.

I mean, seriously–I hate unwashed bathroom hands.

Do you know what happens in there?!

Eeeew!

LOL!

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I am super relieved, honestly, that this Unicorn Poop Soap was the trick I needed to get my kiddos washing their hands.

It’s not that I feel like they HAD TO or anything (because then I would have just stood over them and MADE THEM)–but it’s just a good habit to be in and it was kind of annoying that they were willing to do it out of the house…but not here.

And such an easy solution, too.

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Alright, now go pin this recipe for Unicorn Poop Soap, because, even if you have all the supplies now, you’re going to want to keep this recipe for when you run out.

Because that will be soon.

Thank goodness. LOL!

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Oh, and you’re going to need a few things, namely:

Unicorn Poop Soap

Unicorn Poop Soap

Unicorn Poop Soap

My daughters are dying for me to make more of this Unicorn Poop Soap. So funny, easy, and (this is the trick) it gets the kids to wash their hands after every potty!

Ingredients

  • Silicone Poop Mold
  • Melt and Pour Soap Base
  • Rubbing Alcohol in a Spray Bottle
  • Soap Colorant in Pink, Blue, and Purple
  • Fragrance Oil of Choice

Instructions

  1. Cut melt and pour soap into small, uniform, cubes and place into a microwave safe container. 
  2. Microwave in 20 second bursts, stirring well in between, until completely melted.
  3. Once melted, add in fragrance oil and divide into 3 separate cups.
  4. In the first cup, add 3-4 drops of pink colorant and stir until well combined 
  5. Pour into the molds 1/3 of a way full.
  6. Spritz with rubbing alcohol to remove any bubbles; allow to set until a thick skin forms on the top of the soap. 
  7. Add 3-4 drops of blue colorant to one cup and stir well. 
  8. Slowly pour over the pink color until the mold is filled 2/3.
  9. Spritz with rubbing alcohol to remove any bubbles; allow to set until a thick skin forms on the top of the soap.
  10. Repeat these same steps with the purple colorant. 
  11. Allow for soap to harden in the mold for 1 hour before removing.

Notes

If at anytime the soap in the cups become hard, microwave for a few seconds.

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