ASMR (video)

A year ago I had a discussion with a friend about ASMR. We had very different opinions: she is a fan, she listens to sleep ASMR while I absolutely hated it and could not stand it. After I found soap cutting videos I changed my mind that is why I wanted to make a video about ASMR.

In the video I explain what ASMR is, what triggers it and something about the community and benefits alternated by examples of ASMR content.

There are of course many forms of ASMR but I used the type of content I enjoy. I like soft and repetitive sounds so no talking, tapping objects or make-up/skin care routine as they often contain more harsh sounds.

Just for your information I am whispering in the video 🙂


Stephen D. Smith, Beverley Katherine Fredborg, Jennifer Kornelsen, “Functional connectivity associated with five different categories of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) triggers” in Consciousness and Cognition, Volume 85, 2020.

Niilo V. Valtakari, Ignace T. C. Hooge, Jeroen S. Benjamins and Anouk Keizer, “An eye-tracking approach to Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR): The physiology and nature of tingles in relation to the pupil”. 26-12-2019.

Drew from New Rockstars on ASMR

TikToks used in the video => cherry cutting => spray paint => soap cutting => eating candy => foam cutting => paint scraping => sunflower painting => paint scraping