Please note that we offer local delivery only, and don't currently ship. Check local delivery areas below. December Workshop Coming Soon!
Please note that we offer local delivery only, and don't currently ship. Check local delivery areas below. December Workshop Coming Soon!
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Local Makers We Feature

We love local! We are so fortunate to have so many talented makers in our community. And of course, locally-made reduces shipping emissions, and bolsters our local economy. Here are some of the local makers and artists we are so fortunate to feature in our shop, and some local collaborations we are proud of:

Featured Makers:

Save The Turtles Laundry Detergent: Royal Oak based, woman-owned business handcrafting a whipped laundry soap.

Honey Girl Soaps: Woman-owned, Ferndale based,100% natural soaps featuring the power of honey.

M.A.R.S. Body Butters: Woman-owned, Oak Park business hand-crafting small batches of luscious body butters.

Luna Ash Healing Arts: Hand-crafted goods from 100% organic cloths by a Royal Oak based, woman-owned business; featuring makeup remover cloths, scrub buddies, and more coming soon!

Noble Soaps: Detroit-based vegan body company, this small-biz makes the scent-free vegan lip balm in compostable tube featured in the shop.

Mugs & Other Jugs: Woman-owned business featuring handcrafted 100% soy candles (& refills!) with cotton wicks and phthalate-free fragrance oils made right in Huntington Woods.

Altered Notions: Woman-owned business featuring earrings made from upcycled tins (think thrifted/vintage tea tins or serving trays) right in Hamtramck.

A little farther away, but sill local-ish:

MamaSuds: Michigan-based, woman-owned business who makes the Liquid Laundry Soap, Castile Soap and Automatic Dishwasher Powder that we carry.

Empty Bin Zero Waste: Ohio-based, woman-owned business who handcrafts our hankies, pads and liners, and folded unpaper towels.

Featured Collaborations:

Woodward Movement: Ferndale-based company screen prints our logo tees, which are all thrifted!

Not Sorry Goods: Embroiders their amazing rainbow 'waste hierarchy' on some of our logo tees.