Ooze Labs Soap and Bath Bomb Lab Kit

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Soap & Bath Bomb Lab Science Experiment Kit & Lab Setup, 10 Experiments in Cosmetology & Biology of Skin Care | A Parents' Choice Recommended Award Winner

  • Make your own molded soaps and bath bombs and learn about essential chemistry principles in the process!
  • Real STEM learning with a fun, fictional storyline, you are a chemist for a bath and body products Company and it's your job to make and test different cosmetic products.
  • Explore acids, bases, pH levels, and the biology of skin.
  • Safety : includes safe, non-toxic materials and an instruction manual that guides experimentation and offers engaging scientific information.
  • Compatible with other kits in the ooze labs line; Use the soap & bath bomb lab station independently, or combine it with other ooze labs stations to create the ultimate chemistry Laboratory!
  • A parents' Choice Recommended award winner

Ooze Labs Soap & Bath Bomb Lab

Real STEM Learning with a Fun Fictional Storyline!

In this pretend STEM scenario, you are a chemist for a bath and body products company and it’s your job to make and test different cosmetic products. Use the tools in your laboratory to employ different scientific techniques and essential chemistry principles to make soaps and bath bombs. Real science and pretend play come together in this wacky, activity-filled kit!

  • Ages 6 and up
  • 24-page, full-color illustrated manual with experiments and scientific explanations
  • 10 experiments
  • 35 pieces
  • Use alone, or combine with Ooze Labs Chemistry Station and Ooze Labs Alien Slime Lab to create a mega lab!

Product description

Style:Ooze Labs: Soap & Bath Bomb Lab

It's time to start mixing things up! In this pretend STEM scenario, you are a chemist for a bath and body products Company and it's your job to make and test different cosmetic products. Use the tools in your laboratory to employ different scientific techniques and essential chemistry principles to make soaps and bath bombs. Try out different additives to affect the color, smell, and other qualities of the products you make. Real science and pretend play come together in this activity-filled kit that can be used alone or as an extension of the ooze labs chemistry station (a parents’ choice Silver honor winner! ). as you mold different glycerin soap shapes, You learn about the chemical properties of soap that help it pick up and wash away dirt. While you're concocting bath bombs, you learn about how acids and bases combine to form fizzing reactions, and what a pH level is. Expand your cosmetics knowledge with an overview of the biology of skin care and other science related to soap and bath products. All materials and chemicals are non-toxic.
 

What's Inside the Box?

With 35 pieces, this kit has everything you need to conduct experiments like a real scientist including: a station base, equipment stands, test tubes, a beaker, petri dish, and lots of tools and non-hazardous chemicals. The lab station itself is easy to assembly and reconfigure for different experiments. The full-color manual guides your scientific exploration through 10 soapy, bubbly, fizzy, safe experiments.

The Experiments

The experiments in the manual are presented as assignments from a bath and body products company. As lead chemist in your very own lab, you are tasked with developing and testing different cosmetic products. The 10 assignments will have you making infused oils, molding glycerin soaps, and more. You'll even have the chance to make your own fizzing bath bombs!

Educational Value

While the storyline of this kit is purely fictional and intended only to make scientific exploration more fun and playful, the experiments are 100% real! Each experiment is accompanied by a straight-forward, easy-to-understand explanation for what's happening and why it's important. The manual introduces kids to scientific terms like hydrophilic and hydrophobic, acids, bases, pH levels, and more. Additional content explores the different skin types, explains how soap works on a molecular level, and provides interesting and important facts about human skin and its composition.