If you're like us, you're probably playing with slime all day while quarantined. There are so many different textures and scents that it's hard to just have one; we use different textures to soothe different stresses and satisfy our moods. We want to break down each texture and help you find your ideal slime.

P.S. If you'd like to learn how to make any of our classic slimes please check out our Virtual Slime Classes.

Thick & Glossy

This texture is known as the classic. It offers a thick, holdable texture and a slick gloss fresh out of the container. It's popular because it’s great for poking and getting that “thwock” ASMR sound. It also makes incredible, loud pops and big, beautiful bubbles. If you're trying to work out some frustration, this durable slime is the one for you. Good for experts.


Smooth like budddahh, this texture is creamy, smooth, holdable and squishable. It's our favorite slime to relax with when we're feeling tense. When it’s fluffed up, it delivers soft sizzles that give us the tingles. We often call it a TV slime because you can play with it while watching TV without worrying about a big mess. Butter is loved by adults as it’s not as sticky as some other textures. Good for beginners and experts alike.


Crunchy textures have subcategories such as bingsu, floam, slushee, and bead bombs. They sound exactly as they are described: crunchy. Packed with various add ins that deliver a texture that is meant to make noise, it's perfect for getting out stress and calming the mind when you listen to the sounds it makes. Typically good for regular slimers and experts.


Crystal clear slime is poppy, stretchy, and transparent, always made with clear glue. It's like playing with holdable water, but it can also be made in different colors including metallics. It's the perfect texture to mesmerize when you're feeling a creative block. It also makes amazing great poke sounds and can be pulled the span of your full reach. It does melt quicker than other slimes so it’s ideal for more expert slimers.

DIY Clay

DIY clay slimes are a little bit extra and that's why we love them! The base slime may be any texture you like from above and then the topper is clay, often sculpted into something cute like bubble gum, an animal, a donut, etc. You mix it into the base slime, morphing it into an entirely new texture.


Fluffy, light, quiet, this texture is perfect to play with on a calming afternoon. We love drizzling it effortlessly while listening to soothing instrumental music.

PS Cloud is also loved by adults as it’s not nearly as sticky as some other textures.

Cloud Dough

Cloud dough is a squishy texture that is plush and squeezable like a butter slime, but soft and fluffy like a cloud slime, which means it's the best of both worlds. It’s also super inflatable and airy - perfect for adults and kids.

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Jelly is a clear slime base with a tiny bit of snow to give it that extra texture. It's thick, not too sticky, and perfect for bubble pops.

Icee Slime Type texture example image orange yellow slime swirl


A sister to cloud slime, Icee is popular for its sizzles and moisturizing texture. It is a bit moist due to the instant snow in it. It inflates as you play with it and the color becomes more opaque as it gets more usage. It looks a bit like Italian ices, hence the name (pronounced "icy"). Good for regular and expert slimers.

Cloud Creme slime type example slime texture

Cloud Creme

Cloud creme is similar to a cloud dough but without clay so it's not quite as fluffy. It's delicious and pillowy with soft sizzles.