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  • GALAXY BLACK PLAYDOUGH by WILD DOUGH CO - The Playful Collective
  • GALAXY BLACK PLAYDOUGH by WILD DOUGH CO - The Playful Collective
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Galaxy black playdough twinkling with glitter and scented lightly with liquorice. 

280g Jar

Wild Dough Playdough is deliciously scented, long lasting and luxuriously soft; made with little hands in mind. It provides a wonderful creative, tactile and sensory learning experience whilst developing fine motor skills. Your children will love squeezing, poking, pinching, squashing and patting it!

 There's lots to love about Wild Dough:

  • Smells Amazing!
  • Non-toxic ingredients
  • Perfectly soft for little hands
  • Lasts easily for 6 months
  • Developed by a mum for her own kids
  • Handmade in Melbourne, Australia
  • Eco friendly PET plastic jars - durable and lightweight

Galaxy Black Playdough is made from completely non-toxic, food grade ingredients. Whilst all are safely ingestible on their own, the playdough has a very high salt content so it's not recommended to be eaten.

Age recommendation 3+yrs. Wild Dough is a toy and not recommended for consumption. Parent supervision required.

Note: Glitter quantities vary jar to jar and may not look exactly like image.

Allergen advice

Wild Dough understands that it's important for you to know what your little one is playing with so they are happy to share their ingredients. They use flour, salt, water, vegetable oil, corn flour, cream of tartar, food essence to scent and either food colouring or cosmetic grade pigment powder to colour.

No, they do not use any essential oil or fragrance oil to scent Wild Dough. They use Australian made, 100% food grade food essence. (yep, they like to support fellow Aussie businesses as much as they can!)

Tips to keep your dough fresh

Play with it often and always put back in sealed jar after play. Store in a cool dark place. If dough dries or is less soft, give it a good knead with your hands and if required add a few drops of water and continue kneading to restore softness. If the dough is left in direct sunlight for long periods the colours could change, usually it just needs a good knead to restore a consistent colour through it.