Soaptastic! 11-year-old Tayyab is making anti-bacterial soaps with a TWIST for kids
The 11-year-old started a home-venture 'Soaptastic,' where he makes anti-bacterial soaps to motivate children to keep washing their hands.
Lahore- With COVID-19 still around and children confined at their homes with not much to do, little Tayyab has found the perfect way to encourage other kids to practice hygiene.
The 11-year-old started a home-venture ‘Soaptastic,’ where he makes anti-bacterial soaps to motivate children to keep washing their hands.
Each organic soap comes with an exciting gift in the center, the more you wash your hands, the faster you get to the toy.
From Dinosaur land to Lion King and unicorns to dolls, the options are endless.
Speaking to a local news outlet, Tayyab reveals that racing cars are the audience’s favorite pick. He said, “My Hot Wheels soaps zoom out.”
Tayyab’s mother, Samina, said, “I wanted my kids to learn about charity and reduce their screen time.”
When the project initially started, the children would give 20% of their earnings to charity. However, with growing popularity, Tayyab and his siblings have pledged 90% of what they make to welfare causes.
Preparing one batch every day, we are in love with the small gesture, great effort, and sweet intentions that little Tayyab has shown us.
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