Emily Shwake / BuzzFeed / Nifty Materials: Clear glycerin, $8.99KnifeSmall heat-safe bowls, $6.69MicrowaveSoap fragrance oils, $15.94Soap color, $4.98Plastic cupIce bath 1. Cut up a sheet of clear glycerin ($8.99) into small cubes. BuzzFeed / Nifty Glycerin is a natural by-product of the soapmaking process that softens your skin by attracting moisture. It is very gentle so it is safe to use on sensitive skin. 2. Separate the glycerin cubes into 4 small heat-safe bowls ($6.69) and microwave at 20-second increments until melted. BuzzFeed / Nifty Careful! The bowls will be hot. 3. Add fragrance ($15.94) and soap color ($4.98) to the melted glycerin. In order to create a gradient, add different amounts of soap color to each bowl and leave one clear. BuzzFeed / Nifty 4. Pour the glycerin in a gradient (i.e. one jar at a time, gently) with the clear layer on the bottom. BuzzFeed / Nifty 5. Submerge the plastic cup of glycerin in an ice bath for 20 minutes. BuzzFeed / Nifty 6. When the glycerin is firm, remove from the cup by wiggling the plastic cup and pressing gently on the bottom. BuzzFeed / Nifty 7. Carefully cut the glycerin into quarters and scrape the sides to form the pieces into crystals. BuzzFeed / Nifty 8. How lovely! BuzzFeed / Nifty Watch the full tutorial here. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php And catch up with more neat tricks on BuzzFeed's Nifty.