Artisan Detergent

  • Our best-selling Signature Detergent for everyday laundry paired with our exclusive Artisan scent
  • 16 fl oz
  • Highly concentratedup to 32 washes

Artisan is a celebration of the artistry and craftsmanship poured into each and every one of our products. A labor of love designed to enhance rituals of self and home care, Artisan is at once grounding and sublime. Consider it a spark to ignite the imagination and bring out your own inner artisan, from our laundry room to yours.

Scented in Artisan, a deep and rich symphony bursting with bright greens and eucalyptus and herbal notes of thyme, rosemary, and lavender, grounded by warm woods, patchouli, and amber.

Ingredients: Plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants, stain-fighting and cleaning enzymes (protease, amylase, cellulase, lipase), mineral-derived cleaning enhancers (sodium gluconate, and calcium chloride), essential oils, and fragrance

Color and texture may vary with plant-derived ingredients.

No animal ingredients or animal testing.

Dermatologist tested

CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest. If swallowed, seek medical advice.

Assembled in The USA

Step 1

Pretreat stains with Wash & Stain Bar.

or the Stain Solution.


Step 2

Add the appropriate amount of Artisan Detergent

according to load size.

Step 3

For color-safe laundry boosting, whitening, and brightening, add a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative.

Step 4

To freshen items between washes, spray with Artisan Fabric Fresh.

Did you know...

Everyday items are made of cotton, linen, or durable synthetics: socks, cotton underwear, T-shirts, khakis, button-down shirts, and sheets and towels. This product contains a combination and concentration of highly effective cleaning enzymes that are not found in grocery store-brand products. These ingredients remove protein stains, starches, oils, soil, and particles like lint and fuzz. The most intense cleaning is achieved with hot water and a long cycle. We recommend adjusting the water temperature and cycle setting for the level of cleaning required (dirtiness) and size of the wash load. For example, white sheets and towels are best laundered with hot water and a long wash cycle, while everyday colors can be laundered using a normal cycle with warm or cold water.

Wash like colors.
Separate sheets and towels.
Pretreat stains.