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About Us

Farmington Soap Works creates unique, hand-cast cold process soaps, using only the finest tropical oils and selected ingredients, for a true one-of-a-kind soap. Our special blend of oils provides an exceptionally creamy lather, and the colorful designs and exotic scents are sure to please.

Metro Detroit Area Farmington Soap Works Retailers:

Bennett's Country Store, booths V8-9 in the Town Peddler Craft and Antique Mall, 36323 Plymouth Road, Livonia. This store has a wonderful special niche in the antiques and collectibles market and you will be fascinated by all kind of crafts you can find here.

Art loft Functional Gifts & Accents, 123 West Maple in downtown Birmingham. Art loft is a delightful store with a wonderful selection of beautiful and unique gifts.

Plum Market (Bloomfield store) in Bloomfield Commons, 3675 West Maple Road in Bloomfield Twp. Just head for the Apothecary Area and there you will find our gentle and moisturizing soaps.

Special Occasion Soap Bars, Gift Boxes, Bags & Baskets

Perfect for weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, or any other special occasion where you would like to thank your guests with a special handcrafted favor. You can select our soap souvenirs in whole or ½ sized bars, beautifully packaged in an organza bag and with a customizable band wrapped around each soap. Minimum quantities are as low as two dozen bars, in increments of one dozen (24, 36, 48, etc). Please allow six to eight weeks for ordering. For your customized quote, please contact us at Your business is always our pleasure!!

FSW Articles

First up is our Farmington Soap Works Product Guide. In it, you will find out everything you ever wanted to know about our products and ingredients... What kind of oils we use, how "natural" our All Natural soaps are, and why we select the ingredients we use.

We've also left up our cold process soap article. This used to be our "about us" page, and describes how we make our cold process soaps. Did you know that all of our soaps are cured for weeks before they are offered for sale?

Finally, we've posted an article about pH testing, and our campaign to stomp out "zap testing". We expect this to step on some toes, maybe bruise some egos. But honestly - how can anyone seriously consider using your tongue to test for lye content to be a good idea?