4 Spots to Purchase Locally Made Soap in Rhode Island
Stay clean with locally made products.
This article was created in collaboration with Rhode Island Commerce.
Check out these small businesses below and learn how you can purchase liquid and bar soap, plus other homemade personal care items to stay fresh this spring.
Experience the soothing benefits of Legend’s Creek Farm personal care products made from high quality and organic ingredients. The farm offers a variety of goat milk soaps, lotions, body wash and body butter, as well as honey and herbal salves, too.
The Details: 27 Mill Rd., Foster, 401-400-2889, legendscreekfarm.com.
Find natural handmade soaps, hand-poured wood wick candles, organic bath and body products and more at Newport Sea Foam Trading.
The Details: 415 Thames St., Newport, 401-847-0718, seafoamtradingco.com.
Twelve-year-old Rachyl Travis began her own soap business to do her part in helping out around the family farm. Now, Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap is available at multiple farmer’s markets and online. Her products include bar soap, lip and body butter, beard oil and more.
The Details: 615 Rocky Hill Rd., North Scituate, 401-934-1589, travisfamilyfarm.com.
Newport’s own handcrafted bath and body brand, Shore Soap Co., uses a wide range of natural nutrient-packed products to create high quality and affordable personal care items. They offer bar and liquid soap, body lotion, fragrances, candles and hand sanitizer.
The Details: 302 Thames St., Newport, 401-846-0305, shoresoapco.com.
Editor’s note: This story was previously published in May of 2020.