{{Give Away}} Win one of 10 double tickets to the Durban Baby Bootcamp!!!

{{Give Away}} Win one of 10 double tickets to the Durban Baby Bootcamp!!!
{{Give Away}} Win one of 10 double tickets to the Durban Baby Bootcamp!!!

Clicks Babyclub and Babyline are giving away tickets to the Durban Baby Bootcamp held on 30 July 2016! For the whole month of June and July until 22 July, every week tickets will be given away.

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A series of workshops, aimed at expectant and new parents will be hosted nationwide and 10 Lucky winners will receive double tickets to the Durban Baby Bootcamp. Winners will join Clicks Babyclub & Babyline for a morning with jam-packed talks from well-known speakers respected in their fields, lots of give-aways, goodie bags with Clicks branded products and prizes. Competition closes Friday 22 July 2016. Enter below now!!

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  1. So excited to hopefully attend this Boot Camp!!! Fingers Crossed ( PS I have an answer for you milk craft a while back…)

      • okie dokes… I remember learning about this in Biochemistry about 537 years ago 😛 We didn’t do this fun experiment, but we did learn about the “chemistry” of it. Now, as a mum, I actually have use for what I learnt in University…

        So lets start with the “job” of the dishwashing soap. It is structured such that it has a part that likes water (non-polar / hydrophilic) and a part that doesn’t (polar / hydrophobic), so that part likes fat instead.
        When using it to wash dishes, this structure arranges the grime and fat into little globules called micelles within a “soap ball” (tiny molecular level). so kind of like a filled donut. centre of fat, surrounded by the fat loving part and then the water loving part… making it then easier to rinse off.

        Milk is made up with water proteins and FAT!!.

        So after adding the food colouring, when we add the soap, the water loving part enjoys itself in the water, and the water fearing part starts to “chase or seek out the fat in the milk. This molecular catching game creates movement in the milk, causing the food colouring to move around.

        Once all the soap finds some fat to encapsulate, the movement stops. If there’s more fat, and you add more soap it starts again.

        Obviously using full cream vs. fat free would give you more action.

        Hope this is understandable….

        Much Love

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