March 2021 Resources

The annual food issue of Better Homes & Gardens magazine is dedicated to the women who give us the recipes we love most: our grandmothers. Throughout the issue, editors reminisce on all the things our grandmothers brought into our homes, including traditions of comfort, guidance, teaching, and love.

White kitchen with wooden bar stools and wooden dining room table

Turned Wood (pg. 22)

Vitamin C serums from cocokind, Melē, La Roche-Posay, BeautyStat, and Payot photo

Solutions: Brighter Skin Ahead (pgs. 24–26)

  • Lumene Nordic-C Arctic Berry Oil-Cocktail, $25;
  • Sweet Chef Ginger & Vitamin C Bright Spot Tonic, $20;
  • La Roche-Posay 10% Pure Vitamin C Serum, $40;
  • BeautyStat Universal C Skin Refiner, $80;
  • My Payot Radiance New Glow, $36;
  • Garnier Green Labs Pinea-C Brightening Serum SPF 30, $22;
  • Cocokind Daily SPF Facial Sunscreen Lotion SPF 32, $24;
  • Bioré Brightening Clay Mask, $7;
  • Melē Even Dark Spot Control Serum, $24;
  • Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Max Night Moisturizer, $44;
SheaMoisture Bamboo Charcoal Deep Cleansing Shampoo photo

Role Model: Carla Hall (pg. 31)

Various shades of green paint with green apples photo

Color: Apple Greens (pgs. 32–34)

White kitchen with wooden bar stools and stainless steel appliances photo

How To Make Your Kitchen (pgs. 36–46)

Professional resources:
Designer: SuzAnn Kletzien;

Pgs. 36–38

Pgs. 40–42

Pgs. 44–46

White kitchen with marble countertop and colorful art piece photo

Winning Personality (pgs. 78–85)

Professional Resources:
Interior designer: Amanda Reynal;

Pgs. 78–79

Pgs. 82–83

Pgs. 84–85

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