8 skin tone crayons or 8 skin tones crayons


Each of us is unique and that's a good thing. With the skin-colored crayons, children can finally paint themselves and their friends as they really look.


We love it because

The education of our children not only influences their lives, but also the future of our society. Discrimination-free education is essential, but why? Here are a few reasons:

Building healthy self-esteem: Children who are raised without discrimination build healthy self-esteem. They realize that they are unique and valuable just as they are.

Developing Empathy: Children who appreciate the diversity of the people around them develop stronger empathic skills. You learn to empathize with others and understand their perspectives.

Strengthening social skills: When children understand that differences are normal and valuable, they are better able to interact with people from different backgrounds and worldviews. You also learn to resolve conflicts and make compromises.

Building a just society: Discrimination-free education is a step towards a more just society. It teaches children that every person deserves equal rights and opportunities. Children are the adults of tomorrow who will shape the future.


Product Information

Diversity even for the little ones! With the 8 extra-thick skin-colored wax crayons, children aged 3 and over can paint their friends as they really look, recommended by educators.

✓ Extra-thick wax crayons
✓ Suitable for children aged 3 and above
✓ Packaging made from recycled cardboard
✓ High coverage


About the brand

Many different approaches are necessary on the way to a more open society. With Skin Colors, skin colors focus on the youngest members of our society. Through their products, children can discover the value of diversity for themselves.

Because children are born without prejudices. In order to prevent stereotypes from being unconsciously learned at a young age, education and awareness from us as parents, educators or carers plays a major role. In this way, we make an important contribution towards a more open, prejudice-free society.

Non-profit projects instead of profit 

100% of Skin Color's proceeds go to GoVolunteer and HiMate's nonprofit integration projects, which are as diverse as our society. As a non-profit organization, they make profits.