Buff City Soap to expand in Arizona, opening location in Tempe

May 20, 2021, 4:15 AM | Updated: 1:03 pm
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PHOENIX — Buff City Soap will be opening its first Tempe location Friday, store owner LaDonda Dees announced Wednesday.

At the soap makery, guests can choose from more than 30 unique and customizable scents crafted by local artisans to create plant-based, handcrafted soap products.

Some of the products offered at the store will include soap bars, foaming hand soap and laundry soap.

The new location will be at 1320 W. Elliot Road, in a strip mall that features a Walmart Supercenter, with hours operating between 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day of the week.

“Buff City Soap will provide the Tempe area with one-of-a-kind guest experience, which will keep customers coming back,” Dees, who owns another location in Maricopa.

“We know our customers love our delightfully scented, plant-based, handmade bath and body products.”

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Buff City Soap to expand in Arizona, opening location in Tempe