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The changing fall foliage never fails to surprise and delight us...

Going back to school, harvest time, colorful falling leaves, corn mazes, acorns, pumpkins, scarecrows, Halloween and Thanksgiving; all of these remind us of the Fall. In the Midwest, fall (or autumn) is the time of the year when cooler temperatures sweep in over summer's waning heat and the growing season comes to full fruition before winding down to dormancy.

The fall brings lots of changes. The trees begin to change colors, bringing a beautiful array of different colored foliage, which eventually drops off into our yards. We harvest the fruits of our labors and enjoy the rich bounty. Autumn is a good season for beginning to live gently.

Let us use this autumn season to celebrate life and give thanks for our good fortunes. In doing so we renew our pledge to the father of the heavens and mother of the earth to take only what we need, leave the rest for others and treat our home land with love and respect so that others yet to come may enjoy the bounty our ancestors left.

About Us

Farmington Soap Works was founded in 2009, with the goal of providing a superior, hand-cast alternative to mass produced detergents masquerading as soap. From the beginning, we were determined use only the finest ingredients in our cold-process soaps, and not to use any artificial preservatives or animal-based products.

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.

Providing Handcrafted Soaps Since 2009...

Farmington Soap Works offers you several ways for shopping our products: First option - in our online store; Second option- visiting the different regular season or winter farmers markets that we participate during the year and Third option- in our retailers located in different areas of Metro Detroit.

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