CLAIM TO FAME: A highly moisturizing cleanser for softer, smoother skin
FAST FACTS: Cleanses, nourishes, and hydrates skin; made with saponified Spanish olive oil; low lather and bubbles; no preservatives, additives, or thickening agents; unscented and won’t irritate sensitive skin; can be used on hands, face, and body
PERFECT FOR: Gentle everyday cleansing
Product Composition: Liquid Soap of Olive Oil
WHAT YOU GET: (1) bottle Unscented Moisturizing Castile Soap
NET WEIGHT: 250ml
EXPIRY: 2 years
INGREDIENTS: Water, Saponified Spanish Olive Oil, and Essential Oils.
Apply on sponge, loofah or rub directly to your skin and enjoy. Rinse off completely with water. Do not ingest. Avoid getting in the eyes. In case of contact with eyes, flush thoroughly with running water.
Casa de Lorenzo is a Filipino brand committed to delivering handmade, high quality castile soaps, aromatics, and skincare oils to women everywhere. Their bestselling natural liquid soaps are crafted with Spanish olive oil, virgin coconut oil, rice bran oil, and palm oil for natural cleansing at its best. Casa De Lorenzo aromatics are essential oils made purely from plants and flowers used in aromatherapy. The natural oils are best for massage, bathing, and cleansing.
This is a basic castile soap. If you have eczema or sensitive skin like me, this is a good soap to use. It cleanses well, skin doesn't dry and no adverse reactions! Well unless you're allergic to one of the oils used in the soap so please check the list of ingredients. It's a bit on the pricey side but they do go on sale every once in a while so when they do I suggest you hoard :)about 1 year ago
I have finished a bottle of this product and sadly I will not repurchase. It is gentle and rinses off easily, doesn't dry out nor moisturize my skin. Also does not irritate my skin but other than that there's nothing special about it. For those who are looking for body wash that is mildly scented and easy on the skin, this is for you!over 1 year ago
Mostly, I use it as a gentle feminine wash but it also works when I'm in a pinch and my regular body wash/soap has run out. I've also tried it as a body wash but my skin wasn't happy with it with long-term use since I got dry patches (but this was during the cooler months so dryness was more likely to happen than in other times of the year). I confess to also using it as an ingredient to make insecticidal soap for a non-toxic way to keep pests away from my plants (for edible ones like herbs, especially). Basically, I'm just grateful to have a locally-made unscented castile soap.over 1 year ago
I like it. I am almost done with the whole bottle. It's mild and doesn't leave residue on the skin unlike regular soap. It's not moisturizing but it's non-drying either. I like it that it's easy to wash off. The whole container lasted me almost a month. It smells a bit like wood or seeds. I would consider buying it again the second time.over 1 year ago
I love how moisturizing and gentle this product is on my dry skin and it has a clean scent. The product is not hard to rinse off unlike most body wash products in the market. I skip on lotion whenever I use this. It's even gentle to use on the face. This product definitely delivers!over 1 year ago
I've been using this as a body wash for a few weeks already. I like that it's unscented, moisturizing, and meant for sensitive skin. I've tried applying it directly to wet skin, using a konjac sponge, a bath glove, a wash cloth, and using a shower puff, and I've had the best experience with the shower puff. It produces the most lather and I don't use a lot of product. I am planning to use this for diy shower gel/hand wash recipes which usually call for unscented castile soap as base. So far, I haven't noticed any highly moisturizing effects. It rinses off easily.over 1 year ago