Christmas Negosyo Bundle 🎁🎄

Soap updates

Wholesale Bundle

30 pcs assorted soap bars
– oatmeal soaps, loofah soaps
– sea water soaps
– pink clay soaps
10 pcs cupcakes
10 pcs pastries
10 pcs donuts
10 tubs ice cream ( 3 pcs per tub )
10assorted shampoo bars
10 assorted cheesecakes
10 packs meringues 100 gms

100 pcs assorted Christmas boxes and tags


100 pcs Christmas boxes and tags

For inquiries:


Message the soap farm ph on facebook, instagram and twitter

Mobile : 09175608109 (text only)

Lazada :


The truth in using Bar Soaps

Soap updates

Use bar soaps to wash away dirt, bacteria, yeasts, fungi and viruses.

Are liquid soaps any better than bar soaps?

Put simply – no.

There’s no scientific evidence to suggest that antibacterial hand wash or sanitiser gets rid of germs any more efficiently than a good scrub with soap and warm water. In fact, according to a study on the effectiveness of soap and water vs alcohol-based hand sanitisers, people who lathered up with soap and water had fewer bacteria on their mits than those who used hand sanitiser. 

Lush CEO, Mark Constantine, has this advice:

‘The reason Lush is recommending washing hands with soap and water is because soap has two functions, it dislodges and washes away dirt, bacteria, yeasts, fungi and viruses. It kills bacteria but not viruses and creates temporarily a hostile alkaline environment that neither bacteria or virus find a viable medium. The body’s natural acidity then returns as do the millions of non pathogenic organisms that thrive on the skin. Our skin is naturally what other less friendly bacteria find a very arid and unfriendly surface that constantly sheds.”

“We don’t make liquid soap because it’s not a soap but a liquid detergent so it is not alkaline, it also has to be preserved or it grows bugs. Soap doesn’t because of the alkalinity (however the dirty water around the bar will if it isn’t properly drained). Liquid soap comes in a plastic bottle and its cap can’t be recycled.”

More from Lush Cosmetic Scientist and product inventor Daniel Campbell : “Preservatives in liquid hand soaps destroy the microorganisms that live on your skin whether friendly or unfriendly. When you don’t have friendly bacteria protecting your skin it becomes more vulnerable to foreign invaders, leaving you open to dry, damaged or broken skin.”

How do antibacterials work?

Microorganisms are extremely adept at what they do and if conditions are good, these teeny tiny bacteria can multiply very quickly – some bacteria can divide in just 20 minutes.   Antibacterials work by disrupting these conditions in order to make it harder for microbes to multiply, Daniel says: “If you want to kill unwanted microorganisms you need to look at what they are susceptible to. You have to either cut off their food, habitat or stop them from being able to reproduce. Imagine a microorganism like a big jelly disc that draws in resources from its surroundings. By poisoning their food source you prevent microorganisms from growing.”

Here’s a bit more information on The Science of Soap and please wash your hand as per NHS guidelines.


Soothing Sleep Spray

Soap updates

Give your linens, bedroom, or even the air at your home a refreshing spritz without using harsh chemicals.
Lavender Soothing Sleep Spray.
Ingredients: Lavender, Distilled Water, and Sugar Cane extract. Can be a calming body toner and mild hand sanitizer too 💜 #thesoapfarmspritzers #thesoapfarmph #besafebesmartbekind

The Power of Pause

Soap updates

Pause for emphasis. Before a punchline. Keep safe. Get well. Get ready.

New beginnings and Better things are about to happen.

VCO + Oatmeal Soaps
Green Lemonade, Yellow Lemongrass, Pink Rose Water, Blue Peppermint, Nude Almond
Wash your hands

Get squeaky clean and still take care of your skin. Our vco+ oatmeal soaps are handmade with all natural ingredients.


Reserve now! +639175608109

The Soul Minimalist

Soap updates

Thanks to Mari Kondo, minimalism just got it’s mojo back.  Though it isn’t realistic to live in a constant state of simplicity. It’s achievable, and has become one of my #lifegoals #2020vision


The goal of minimalism is not just to own less stuff. The goal is to unburden our lives so we can accomplish more.”

Joshua Becker, The Minimalist Home

While minimalism is a powerful practice to apply in your home, imagine what happens when you apply it to your soul. 

Becoming a Soul Minimalist does not mean that you should hold on to nothing, but rather that nothing should have a hold on you.

When my soul feels crowded like EDSA traffic, with a lot of tension, amidst delayed movement,  cramming for output with hurried input;  it brings peace to embrace the concept of minimalism. I can’t say what the result of this might be for you, but I can tell you for me, the best way to uncover a bit of white space in my own soul is to be still…… find small cracks of time to be silent and still; making space to access courage and creativity,  quieting to hear the voice of God.

Stillness is to my soul as decluttering is to my home. 

If you’re having a hard time focusing on daily tasks, learn to prioritize. Although this is better said than done especially at this time when the tv in your living room is now in your pockets. Trying to focus on what you need to do first and not what you want to do, will be one step towards finishing your task, so you can later do what you really want to do, at peace.

There is freedom and wisdom available to you when you silence distractions.

“For me, that looked like turning off all notifications on my phone.

Maybe you did this years ago, and if so, you’re already ahead of the game! You already know it’s a small step, but it’s also a tiny declaration. Facebook, please no interruptions. Instagram, you have no permission to tap me on the shoulder whenever you want to. Headlines, I can read you all at once later. I do not need to know the moment news breaks. Phone, you are not allowed to boss me. I have good work to do. I have a life to live.”

Good decisions require creativity, and creativity requires space.

“Of course our life is filled with natural interruptions and distractions, and this is often where our real life happens. As you embrace your own version of becoming a soul minimalist, I hope you’ll receive the wisdom to begin to give up what you no longer need, like fear about the future or regret over the past. I hope you’ll embrace a willingness to face the silence within and not worry so much what you may or may not hear. I hope you’ll be willing to create a little space for your soul to breathe so you can discern your next right thing in love.”

This excerpt is from Chapter 2 of Emily P. Freeman’s book The Next Right Thing, Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, ©2019 , used by permission.

From all of us at The Soap Farm Ph, Warm hugs and Happy thoughts and may 2020 be your Happiest, Most Abundant & Fruitful Year!