Save Your Skin with our Twelfth Night Sale

Just when the cold weather is at its worst, Handmade at Homestead is having our first ever Twelfth Night Sale, featuring a select group of our handcrafted products all designed to pamper your skin and save it from the ravages of the harsh winter conditions.

The Twelfth Night, or Epiphany, is the date (January 6th) on which Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar, also known as The Three Kings or Three Wise Men or Magi, arrived from the east bearing gifts for Jesus.

Here in Louisiana the Epiphany, or Twelfth Night, January 6th, is the official start of the carnival season, culminating in one of the biggest parties in the world, Mardi Gras.

Handmade at Homestead is kicking off the carnival season with this three-day sale, January 6-9, featuring some of our most popular items-our signature Unbelievable Sugar Scrub, Velvety Goat Milk Soap, moisturizing Shea Butter Soap, sensuous Bath Salts, and more. Limited quantities are available at these spectacular prices. Special pricing applies only to those items featured in the Sales and Specials section of our website, and does not extend to the entire website.

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About SimplyHomestead

What started out as a mother's quest to find an natural lip treatment for her son has turned into a flourishing handmade toiletry business. Handmade at Homestead produces fine handmade bath products, including moisture-replenishing sugar and salt scrubs, glycerin soaps, bath salts, and more. Unless information is quoted, all content is protected under US Copyright laws.
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