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The Jelly Bomb is particularly satisfying because sodium alginate formulated in the ball turns the water into a thick pool of Jell-O, leaving your skin noticeably softened.
As a solution, the Beyond Meat team decided to use alginate, a substance contained within algae.
As noted on Lush's website, the jelly bombs contain sodium alginate, which is derived from a seaweed.
Masks and hands were made by casting the real deal in dental alginate (the same stuff used to create casts of your teeth, available online) to create a mold.
Wylie’s egg yolk is made with xantham gum, iota carrogeenan, and potassium chloride, whereas mine is made with sodium alginate and calcium chloride.
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