Monday, February 19, 2018

Slimy Fun Night #SlimeaStressReliever

I think I am too much of a kill joy why I don't really see the fascination of slime lol.  The thing is, kids are so crazed about it and  my kids told me that it is a great form  of a stress reliever and I'm like, "What could they possibly be stressing about?"  They both told me, too much homework stresses them out lol.  I said, wait till you become an adult and  that's the least thing you will have to worry about.  Sometimes I forget that  my two young ones are just kids, that they need to  have fun and enjoy  their  youth.  So for the sake of having fun, we did a "slimy fun night".
Zimpli Kids sent me a pack of their  slime baff  where you can turn your bath water into a Gooey slime.  Since my kids are almost teens  and not to mention  their bath tub's drain doesn't drain  that great, we decided to just  mix the  slime baff into a bowl and let their fingers  do the trick.
The kids love the smell of this slime, it's  is so different from the slimes they have tried before.  They keep saying that if slime is edible, they would eat it because it does smells so good.
This slime baff  would be a  perfect one to have for  St. Patrick Day, the color is perfect for the occasion.  I love the fact that it is non-irritant and stain-free.  This slime is made in UK.  It is made from sodium  acrylate copolymer with strawberry scent.  
Since we mix it into a bowl only, the slime is so thick and  they really had fun picking it up and down.  This slime mix only needs  warm  water  and the fun continues!
  
They forced me to  really try it and join the fun.  I didn't want to be called a party pooper so I tried it too and they were right, it was  fun!  The only thing that I didn't like about this  is that, it is so sticky that it was really hard to clean up from your skin.
The way it feels on my skin reminded me of  the snails on the rice field that we used to  picked out and removed  from the rice plants.  I am glad that  I tried it because it brought back  some good memories I had with my parents when we were still living in a farm.  I was part of the cleaning crew that  removes the snail invasion from our crop.
The kids spent a couple of hours playing with it and after they got done, they did not want to throw it out so they keep it in a container with lid and save it.  My son sticks his fingers in there every time they  come home from school.  He said it  relieves his stress, lol.
Zimpli Kids also sent us a pack of Snoball BattlePack.  They  did one pack of it today and   thought they like it better than the slime but they like the slime's  smell better.  Zimpli Kids have Emoji product range coming soon, those looks fun too.They not only  offer  playtime range of slimes but they also have educational range which is super cool.  
Below is the video that I recorded while they are having fun with it.  
Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the complimentary product/s mentioned  for testing purposes and to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

18 comments:

  1. So fun! We make homemade slime in our house all the time, but my kids call it oobleck. It's definitely a good stress reliever.

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  2. This is so much fun and I love that you also played with the kids. It's really such a great way to relieve stress and spend more time with them!

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  3. That looks like you had a lot of fun! Have you ever been much for slime for the sheer fact that it does get very sticky. My son on the other hand would love it. Anything that can make a mess he is totally for it.

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  4. I always thought slime was way too slimy for me, but once you start playing with me, you can't seem to stop. I love that this turns bath water into slime - what fun! The kids will love this.

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  5. Looks like a fun family night activity! We haven't tried making slime yet. My kids haven't asked to make it.

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  6. So cool! My daughter loves making slime. She makes it on a daily basis. It does seem to be a stress reliever for her.

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  7. How fun to have a slime night. I'm not sure I would trust this in my tub either but I could see how it would be fun.

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  8. Oh this is the most fun ever! My kids are obsessed with slime but we have never made our own yet! I am so going to try!

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  9. We haven't made slime in awhile. Would be fun for St. Patrick Day with the green color. Going to have to keep this in mind.

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  10. Love that you call this a Slime Stress Reliever because it really is. We went to an adult night at the kids' museum not too long ago and there was a slime station. My husband who NEVER plays with slime had so much fun making slime at the slime station that he made enough for him and enough to bring home for the kids.

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  11. The slime is so much fun to mess around with. It makes you feel better for sure!

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  12. I don’t get it either, but my daughter loves it. She made three types of slime last week. She used glitter and everything it is fun to watch her excitement. I don’t like the texture.

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  13. I think this is a lot of fun! I'd love to get this slime for my nieces and nephews. I'm sure they're going to enjoy playing with it. Definitely a good stress reliever for the kids (and adults!).

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  14. I loved reading about your part on your family's farm. So interesting. I can imagine that slime is a good stress reducer!

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  15. We love making slime at home, too. There is something so relaxing and therapeutic about sensory play, don't you think? I especially love to add relaxing scents to our slime.

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  16. We've made slime before and my daughter loved it.

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  17. I'll have to show this to Abby, she is our slime maker. I've not seen her make any green slime yet though.

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  18. What fun! My girls are obsessed with slime. The love making it, playing with it and giving it to their friends! - Jeanine

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