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WTF is… Honey? 2.0

Honey . What's not to love about it? We use it in food, drink, and alcohol. Honey even has a cult status in the DIY skincare community for it's historical use as a preservative and an almost miraculous heal-all. While we recommend you comb through the facts yourself, we here at The Raw Spa will give you just a tiny scoop!

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Science Saturday: Polyphenols

Today we're taking a look at polyphenols! Don't let the name scare you- they are awesome phytochemical that are probably in more of your products than you think!

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Kitchen Sink Spa Files: A Rose Hip-Hibiscus Toner

We're going crazy for rose hip this week! If you haven't seen our WTF is Rose Hip?! post yet, do take a second to take a peek!Today, we have a super simple toner for you! Combining rose hips, hibiscus and rose water, this fragrant toner is fantastic for most skin types, and is specially nice… Continue reading Kitchen Sink Spa Files: A Rose Hip-Hibiscus Toner

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WTF is… Flax Seed?! (Version 2.0)

Flax is your friend! In fact there is no reason why flax shouldn't be your best friend! The plant is a pretty affair topped with gentle blue flowers though it's not afraid to change it up and appear in white, yellow, or red. Let's get to know a bit more about our fine fibered friend.

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Skin Care Sunday: What’s the Deal with Oily Skin?

If you have it, you probably hate it- it makes your skin shine like a disco ball, and all that excess oily that your skin insists on producing can lead to black heads and break outs. But when it comes to oily skin, you do have to be a little careful with how you handle it.