See what People are saying about their experiences at elements.


We love this place! Great employees! Great yogurt! Great toppings and the fruit is always fresh! You could say my son and I are pretty much regulars here.
— Sandy from Facebook
My kids are CONSTANTLY asking to visit, and I prefer it over Coldstone. I wouldn’t describe myself as someone who likes froyo, but after having a few different flavors here, I LOVE it!
— Jen W. from YELP
I like this place better than other places because I feel like they have a better selection of yogurts and toppings and their fruit is way better than other places!
— Bree from YELP
 
Once in awhile, a business will come in that just makes you appreciate the small community of a town. Elements Frozen Yogurt did definitely not disappoint. Located in a quintessential part of Downtown Puyallup, Elements provides a fun and safe atmosphere with great yogurt! It’s self-serve, with lots of unusual and unique flavors that everyone you go with will find what they’re looking for. Also, there are an endless amount of fruit and toppings just to add a little something extra to your treat. The service is superb, you’re always greeted when you enter and you leave and the staff is always happy to help you. In the Summertime, you can sit outside with a friend in one of their outdoor seating areas and listen to the local bands playing across the park! What else could you ask for! 5/5 all the way!
— Joe from YELP
 
Our family loves Elements Frozen Yogurt! Such a great little spot in downtown Puyallup, walking distance from the main downtown hub. We come here year-round, but it’s especially perfect in the warm summer months.
— Jen M. from YELP
LOVE and ADORE Elements. Owners are the nicest people, the vibe is fun and friendly, the flavors are ever-changing, and the prices are great. I love the Lemon, but it doesn’t come back too often. They always suggest awesome combos on their FB page though (like cheesecake flavored fro-yo with fresh strawberries and graham cracker crumbles... genius!)

Parking is street only, which sucks. But, at least it’s a one-way street. On nice summer days, walk your fro-yo across the street and hang out at Pioneer Park!
— Corriane from YELP