They make look like milky popsicles but they are in fact soap, made to encourage children to take a shower.
Produced by the Korean and German based companyAhha Project, the soap popsicles are made from organic goat milk and are available in four different styles: avocado, jojoba, calendula and camellia.
The bars were produced for the organic baby brand ‘Stitch Bears’ and the makers say that the soft packaging and ice cream style design are meant to show how soft and gentle the finished product is.
They look so real that at least a few children, and maybe a few adults, will surely try to eat them.
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