So I’m a self-proclaimed domestic queen, right? So you must probably think I have the cleanest home, right? Yeah, yeah, it can be true. I hate dirt, I have OC tendencies and clutter turns me off big time! This is kinda cliché but I somehow believe in this: Cleanliness is next to godliness. I mean, sloth is one of the seven deadly sins. And having mess, garbage and germs in your body, home and surroundings are all results of laziness. Get the point? Wait, wait. I have my share of ‘organized clutter’, too, like lately (hihi) but I’m generally into cleaning. Come and visit my humble kingdom and you’ll see. I’m also glad my husband’s not that Mr. Scatter Everywhere kind of guy. His car’s interior’s the proof of it (kisses to you my Cpt R).
But guess what? Cleanliness is not enough. In fact, according to Lysol, it’s just the first step.
If you are a homemaker, of course it’s inevitable that you aim to have a healthy home for your family, especially for your children. We all aim for that same reason, even Lysol. On April 14th , Lysol Philippines spearheaded by its Senior Brand Manager Michelle Peralta, held an intimate discussion with women bloggers and influencers on how to give a healthy and safe home for our family. Stacy’s in Bonifacio Global City graciously hosted it. It’s a lovely restaurant with dainty interior design that serves all-day breakfast and more. I actually loved the Spicy Lemon Shrimp Scampi with Angel Hair Pasta!
Lysol Philippines also introduced their two new additions in their family of house-friendly cleaners ― the Lysol Disinfectant Spray for Baby’s Room and the Lysol Liquid Hand Soap. I’m so thrilled to have been invited to participate in this event since I’m really a Lysol user ― Crisp Linen, specifically.
“Lysol believes that the baby’s room should be the safest place for infant, because it’s where the baby stays for a really long time and we don’t want germs playing with the little one. Lysol Disinfectant Spray for Baby’s Room is baby friendly because of its soft and cool powdery smell.”
“Meanwhile, as the Lysol’s first, the liquid hand soap migrates from the cleaning the home fixtures and rooms to our hands. It’s a great venue to teach kids the importance of handwashing. And because as homemakers, we’ve already known Lysol as a trusted brand for cleaning and disinfecting, we know that it’s alright to use it to wash our hands.”
Truly, we can all have a healthy home for our family with the help of Lysol. To get involved in the clean and healthy community of homemakers and for other updates, "like" the Lysol Philippines’ Facebook fan page here: http://www.facebook.com/LysolPH. ♡