The first among the variants is the Coffee Dark Castile. For our love of coffee, the way it wakes us up during mornings, and how it makes us jumpstart our day, we thought we'd carry that over in the shower. We've been trying to make this soap happen for more than a year now, and it was just recent that we're satisfied with it so we're now sharing it to everyone.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
We've recently updated our pricelist. Kindly click on the images below to see the latest pricing of our products!
There's no changes in the prices of our locally made castile soaps. As for the essential oils there's been some updates on the pricing. The Philippine Essential Oils are also updated, but bigger volumes will definitely save you a lot.
Us here at Casa de Lorenzo, makers of Liquid Castile Soap in the Philippines, are brewing something that will change the way everyone will wake up to mornings. We know that coffee is an important part of our every day life, and we've seen how coffee has been a distinct part of our history back in the Spanish days so we've decided to make coffee enjoyable as well in our products.
Did you know that the Philippines used to be a top producer of coffee in the world? Our country used to grow Liberica coffee, known to produce bigger beans and stronger coffee aroma and flavor, thus the "Kapeng Barako" name was coined to the coffee grown in the southern part of Luzon.
Watch out very soon for the newest addition to our natural products.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
This Christmas season, we're waiving off all shipping fees! Whatever you order from us via the website, SMS or email, you don't get to pay courier costs. Whether you are in Metro Manila, or on any part of the Philippines (so as long as there's courier access), don't worry about delivery charges, its on the Casa!
Another great reason to enjoy our Castile Soaps, Essential oils and Carrier oils!
Read more about it here:
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Cheesy may it sound, our soaps come from a deep respect and fascination of nature. Many would not understand how real soaps are made, all that everyone sees is an amber bottle labeled castile soap from us. To the ones who enjoy our products, we'd like you to know more about it. For the ones who are still pondering to try, read on, you might see a good reason why.
Our castile soaps are made from oils. Not added with oils, but made from oils. All fatty substances can be made into soap, and depending on the oils used, a soap can either be highly moisturizing, bubbly or a highly cleansing one. Olive Oil soap can condition the skin, Coconut Oil soap is very cleansing to the point it can dry out the skin, and Palm Oil soap can be a very boring one on its own. However, mixing them together in the right amounts, you get something wonderful. We stick around with what Mother Nature offers and stay close to it. Casa de Lorenzo Castile Soaps itself are proof of this.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
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Here in the country, not much is known about this wonder fruit aside from being eaten. We are even ignorant about the nutritional values of the fruit, while on other countries, lots of research has been discovering benefits of the avocado comparable and sometimes even exceeding those of olives. Many are even surprised to hear that the avocado fruit contains oils.
Friday, April 4, 2014
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Casa de Lorenzo makes different kinds of castile soaps. For natural soap enthusiasts in the Philippines, this is a good to know piece of info, especially if one is particular about the effects of soap on their skin.