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Getting Liquid Castile Soap in the Philippines – Certified Aromatherapist Philippines and Life Coach, Balot Del Rosario



Getting Liquid Castile Soap in the Philippines

Ever wondered where you can find liquid castile soap in the Philippines and what are its benefits?

Castile soap is a soap made from vegetable and sometimes olive oil. It is a product of combining vegetable oils and water, usually with a little bit of lye.

Castile soap is safe to use on sensitive skin and can also be used on babies and toddlers. It has a natural, mild scent, can be used on skin and hair, and has natural antibacterial, antifungal, and moisturizing properties.

I prefer using liquid Castile soaps when I am blending. It is easy to blend with essential oils and I use it when creating hand, body, or facial washes.

When purchasing liquid castile soap in the Philippines, I recommend checking out the liquid castile soap of CDL Naturals. CDL Naturals is a local supplier of essential oils and other raw materials for your aromatherapy journey.

Castile soap can be used to wash anything from your body to your hair to even your fruits and vegetables. For my facial wash, I use a foaming pump so that what comes out is foamy and creamy. I use 1% dilution (2 drops in every 10mL) and my go-to blend is 1 drop of Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) and 1 drop of Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia).

Here are some products you can make using Liquid Castile soap:

  1. Hand wash
  2. Body wash
  3. Facial wash
  4. Household cleaner
  5. Fruit and veggie wash (pure castile soap without essential oils)

Check out CDL Naturals’ Youtube channel on how you can use your CDL Naturals’ Liquid Castile soaps. Just click on the images below. Enjoy!

Are you new to aromatherapy? Check out these tips I outlined for you.