FAQs

How long does it last?

With proper care, Dough La La will last for a long time.  It should always be stored in its container when not being used.  If it dries out a bit after a lot of play, simply rehydrate it with a few drops of water and a good knead.  My children regularly leave theirs out overnight, and while this is not recommended, it handles it fine.

Won't my child want to eat it?

Dough La La does smell good and younger children may want to taste it.  While Dough La La is made of food grade ingredients and every ingredient can be ingested, Dough La La is not meant to be eaten.  Dough La La is only for play and it tastes terrible!  In my experience, when kids do taste it they decide very quickly that it it is not good to eat.  That said, there seem to be some kids who are keen eaters of modelling dough.  It doesn't matter what kind they have, they'll eat it.  If your child is one of these, I would recommend waiting a few months and trying again when your child is older.

Should we keep our Dough La La in the fridge?

Dough La La doesn't need to be kept in the fridge but it should be kept in a relatively cool place out of direct sunlight.  However if you are concerned or live in a particularly hot and humid part of Australia, go for it.  It's sort of fun to play with it cold!

There are so many scents, how do I choose?

We think all the scents are lovely of course but there are a few things to consider.  If you have a younger child, you may want to choose colours that will mix together to make a nice colour i.e. a tub of strawberry, orange and pineapple will mix to make an orange colour.  In the beginning you may be able to keep the colours separate, but chances are pretty good they will end up mashed together at some point.  If you are purchasing Dough La La as a gift and don't know where to start, the top five scents are blueberry, strawberry, lime, pineapple and bubblegum in that order!  

Can Dough La La be shipped internationally?

Unfortunately at this time Dough La La can only be shipped within Australia.  Apologies!