With the holiday season approaching quickly, treat yourself or a friend to the abundance of self-care recipes featured in our winter issue. With colorful and seasonal produce abounding, Willow and Sage makes it easy to naturally prepare your skin for the cold weather.
This issue will be available on newsstands from November to January, but today we’re giving you an exclusive look inside!
●Simple Citrus Lotion Bars
● Orange Creamsicle Body Scrub
● Recipes & Remedies for Dry, Chapped Lips
● Whipped Wassail Body Butter With Tea-Stained Tags
● Peppermint Eucalyptus Vapor Rub
● Elderberry and Calendula Cold and Flu Elixir
● A Refreshing Detox Bath
● How-to Clean Laundry With Soap Nuts
● 3 Projects to Gift Hygge
● Winter Wonderland Christmas Soap
This Hydrating Whipped Body Butter by Dans Le Sac was created to remedy dry winter skin. Because it is so nourishing and makes skin look smooth and soft, it can be used all year long!
If you have been baking this season you likely already have everything you need for this fun fall-themed Sweet Caramel Pumpkin Hand Scrub created by Kristy Doubet Haare. Keep a jar of this scrub next to your kitchen or bathroom sink to replenish hands throughout the harsh weather.
These Spiced-Up Soap Bars by Marie Rayma smell amazing and look like artisanal fudge with a nougat-like pot swirl. Create these vanilla spice bars for your guests this holiday season or gift them to loved ones.
As much as we all love crafting and creating handmade items it can lead to dry hands! This inspired Kayla Haupt put together a calendula-and-peppermint infused oil salve to aid dry hands, and it also works for dry feet!
Taking care of our skin during the winter months can be crucial, so why not also make it fun with these Soothing Oatmeal Bath Bombs. This recipe by Kristy Doubet Haare features Epsom salt, oatmeal, almond oil, and chamomile essential oil for a variety of vitamins and antioxidants!