There isn’t a youngster alive who doesn’t enjoy playing with slime. Most people are attracted to slime because of its ooey-gooey texture, and creating slime is also a fascinating science experiment.
However, glue and borax, two common components, can be messy and might irritate the skin. Here are various slime recipes that don’t require borax or rubbing alcohol as activators.
- 2 tablespoons Suave Kids 3-in-1 Shampoo (a thicker shampoo is preferable, and you can pick your favourite scent)
- Two Tablespoons of Shaving Cream
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- Put in a bowl 2 tablespoons of the body wash.
- Mix in some cornflour and see how it goes.
- Now is the time to add food colouring, if desired.
- Completely combine the components. It’s possible that extra body wash will be required to reach the desired consistency. Knead the slime and play with it!
Slime Made from Toothpaste
- There should be 2 tablespoons of toothpaste.
- (2-4) Tablespoons of Lotion
- 1 drop of infant oil
- Colouring agents for food
- Put about two tablespoons’ worth of toothpaste in a cup and mix it around.
- To transform toothpaste into a sticky slime, heat it in the microwave for 10 seconds at a time, stirring after each check.
- To make the slime more pliable and flexible, include 2-4 Tbsp of lotion and baby oil.
- Sculpt and experiment with your slime.