Video by @soapcurls_asmr Chelsy (@soapcurls_asmr) didn’t expect to love creating and crunching curls…

Video by @soapcurls_asmr
Chelsy (@soapcurls_asmr) didn’t expect to love creating and crunching curls of bar soap — but she does. “Peeling soap is extremely relaxing, and crunching it is so fun,” says Chelsy, who discovered #ASMR (that’s autonomous sensory meridian response, when certain sounds and visuals cause relaxing tingling on the head and neck) on Instagram as a way to help her fall asleep at night. To make her soap curls, she buys standard glycerin-based bar soaps and uses a potato peeler to slice off the rounds.
“ASMR is very subjective — what one person loves might make the next person cringe,” says Chelsy. “But crunchy soap is different from other ASMR materials; it makes a different sound and I feel like the majority of people who watch it want to start crunching soap themselves. My favorite part about crunchy soap is peeling it — it’s very relaxing and therapeutic.”
Watch Chelsy crunch some soap curls today on our story and on our IGTV channel. To watch IGTV, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.

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