Rejuvenating care for skin and hair
It happens every year. Wisconsin’s frigid winter weather works a number on our skin and hair, leaving it dry and lifeless. That’s why we’re planning to set aside some time to pamper ourselves with local products – from a soothing face mask to a vitamin-rich tea – this month.
1) Rosehip and Sea Buckthorn Restorative Night Oil
The vitamin A in this plant-based facial oil helps promote cellular renewal, keeping your skin healthy and youthful-looking.
$62 for 2 ounces, The Sunday Standard, shopthesundaystandard.com
2) Walker’s Point Soap Bar
The lavender and tea tree oil in this small-batch bar, named after the Milwaukee neighborhood, will help you wake up happy.
$8, Oil & Ash, oilandash.com.
3) Hibiscus Berry
The ingredients in this fragrant tea blend are packed with free-radical–fighting antioxidants.
$12 for a quarter-pound of loose leaf tea, Rishi Tea, rishi-tea.com
4) Charcoal Detoxifying Clay Mask
Slather on this smooth-as-silk mask to help clear your pores and exfoliate your skin.
$10, Fern and Nettle, fernandnettle.com
5) Palo Santo Balm
Named for a tree deemed holy by the ancient Incas, this botanical balm is great for soothing chapped skin on your hands, feet and elbows.
$12, URSA, shopursa.com
5 more ways to treat yourself
6) Oxygen Facial
Like a breath of fresh air, for your face. $99-$185, Skiin Anti-Aging Lounge.
7) Brow Wax & Tint
Keep those brows on fleek today and every day. $40, Arch.
8) Essential Pedicure
This little piggy … wants a fresh coat of polish. From $34, Neroli Salon & Spa.
You can blow out your hair without blowing out your bank account. $45, Drybar.
A great way to get super-smooth skin. $70, High Brow Boutique.