Monday, October 29, 2012

They Used Natural Liquid Soaps

We're excited to share to everyone the feedback of people who've used the Natural Liquid Soaps of Casa de Lorenzo. Here's a few of those who've tried.
Experience bathing luxuries naturally. Get a bottle of Casa de Lorenzo Liquid Castile Soap and Old Fashioned Soap today and feel the difference. Visit our website and order now. We offer Cash-On-Delivery to Metro Manila and Metro Cebu customers. Email us at for more details.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Natural Liquid Soaps Cash On Delivery

Great news! We are now offering Cash-On-Delivery basis for our Natural Liquid Soaps. Actually it applies to all products of Casa de Lorenzo. If you haven't had any experience using credit cards, GCash, Smart Money, Bank Deposit Payments, or PayPal, but still want to buy our products, you can pay when you get your orders. Available only to Metro Manila and Metro Cebu deliveries.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Making Your Own Natural Liquid Soaps

What's the best thing that can happen to your bath products? Its when you begin using natural stuff. But it gets better if you can make your own right at your own home right? Well, this is exactly what this article is about, being able to make your own natural liquid soaps.

To make your own natural liquid soaps at home, there are 4 things you need. These are natural liquid soap, additives, scents and bottles. Putting them together is really easy, you won't break a sweat in your brow, but you need to familiarize yourself with your materials before proceeding.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Natural Liquid Soaps on Multiply

We would like to announce that we have opened an online shop at one of the leading marketplaces online in the Philippines, Multiply.

To all frequenters, fans and shoppers on Multiply, you may visit and get our Natural Liquid Soaps there. Whether you choose to transact directly to us or via our Multiply Shop, you're still getting the same Casa de Lorenzo Liquid Soaps.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Cleaning Fruits and Vegetables Naturally

Before you take that first bite on that apple, before you open up that banana served on your table, before you peel those lovely oranges straight from the market, before slicing those tomatoes for your salad, washing them is a must.

Just like washing your hands before eating, it is essential that we wash our fruits and vegetables before we serve and eat. It doesn't matter whether they come from the public markets, the supermarkets, your neighborhood green grocer or straight from your backyard garden, clean food saves a lot of headaches. For starters, there's dirt settling on them while being transported and you can't be too sure if the containers or the people who handled your fruits and veggies have sterile hands. Those alone can be a cause of concern. Add up the fertilizers, pesticides and chemicals to hasten ripening like kalburo, they will end up in your bodies instead with water in the drain of your sink.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Patchouli in the Philippines

Here's an herb that is native in Southeast Asia, and also here in the Philippines. Locally known as "Kabling," this plant has been utilized since time immemorial as relief from arthritis and rheumatism when leaves are pounded and applied to the afflicted area. It is also used as diuretic for scanty urination when leaves are boiled in water and drank as tea.