Thursday, July 10, 2014

Healthy Homes = Happy Homes

Please bear with me. I am writing this in the middle of a very busy week. Catching a little air, so I am trying to blog a bit. My backlog is... eeps, long, and I need to tick some off my to-do list. It has been a crazy two months, and I promise I shall write about it on another post.

Mitch of LysolPH, talking about her brand.
At a not-so-recent #BetterMe event, the SoMoms and their guests got to learn more about Lysol Philippines and their commitment to making homes healthier homes. When I think of Lysol, I think of aerosol disinfectant sprays. When we were growing up, it was a necessity at home to have this handy. I remember that we each had a can per bedroom. Yes, Lysol sprays were germ-busting essentials!

Today, with RL prone to getting sick, Lysol is a part of our everyday lives. Cleaning isn't enough because you actually don't get rid of germs with ordinary cleaning. With Lysol, you know that germs are gone. 

Lysol recently introduced two more products to their range of house-friendly cleaners - the Lysol Disinfectant Spray for Baby's Room and Lysol Liquid Hand Soap.

I wish we had this when the kids were small. I was on the lookout for effective and safe disinfectant sprays for the kids' toys. Babies love putting their toys in their mouths. RL is no exception. The NEW! Lysol Disinfectant Spray for Baby's Room does not only come with a light, powdery scent that is safe to use in baby's room, it is also the perfect product to use for disinfecting toys. Just spray, wait, wipe or dry, and you're good to go. I love the smell of this new product! I am switching all my Lysol Sprays to this one!

Currently my favorite! 

Lysol Liquid Hand Soap is Lysol's first-ever personal care product. Because it comes from a trusted brand known for cleaning and disinfecting, you are sure that this new product was developed with your health in mind.

Lysol Liquid Handsoap is available in 3 variants: Original, Skincare (shown) and Fresh.
It comes in two sizes: the 225ml Pump (SRP: P80) and the 200ml Pouch (SRP: P45).

Want to try these new products? I am having a... you guessed it... a giveaway! So easy to join, just follow the steps on the Rafflecopter widget below, and that's it. Deadline for entries is at 1159PM of Tuesday, July 15.

Win this #LysolPH gift pack today!


Winner will be announced on Thursday, 17 July. Prize will be shipped to you, so please make sure you use an ACTIVE and WORKING EMAIL ADDRESS when you log-in on Rafflecopter.



  1. Sponges can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect it every night by squeezing it out and microwaving it on high for a minute. When it’s shredded and smelly, replace it.

    I hope to win this... a package for a germaphobe like me :)

  2. we have two tornado mops at home. one is for mopping/cleaning the floors. another one to dry it so the little one won't slip on wet floors.

  3. ooops...

    Darci Atienza Catimpo
    lady [dot] emelye [at] gmail [dot] com

  4. I love the new room spray scent! :)

  5. I usually sweep our floor twice a day and dust furniture everyday to avoid my daughter's skin asthma na din

    Jeddahlyn Gonzales

  6. my mom tips is to put away baby's things before cleaning a specific place in your house.. para d mapunta sa things nya ung dirt..

    Phyllis Aquino

  7. Sena A Gonzales

    Cleaning should always be done top to bottom.So dust that fall to the floor while you’re working get picked up last.

  8. jef nocasa

    joining for my wife.
    she really love to use lysol at home. i think receiving this will make her happy.
    thanks for the chance

  9. I got this tip from my all around helper.... mop, sweep, mop! That way walang kawala ang germs! Medyo OC but I am really happy. This is really important especially in my baby's room/playroom.

    Michelle Martinez

  10. sarah grace h. garridoJuly 15, 2014 at 11:27 PM

    My mom told me that when cleaning using mop, start from top to bottom so that i wont step on the wet floor. :)
    Sarah Grace H. Garrido

  11. we vacuum almost everyday and of course used lysol for disenfecting!

    yen morales


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