The RaVina Labs Blog — Hydration Concerns

#SunSafeSelfie, #SeekTheShade!

#SunSafeSelfie, #SeekTheShade!

Heatwaves, Short Shorts and Pool Parties: An essential guide to taking care of your skin during the summer.  Just last week, the RaVina Labs family had the privilege of joining Anya Sarre’s KTLA5 Stylesmart segment. What. A. Blast. While we gabbed about the bliss of sunshine, shorts and bronzed skin during the taping our Summer Skin segment, we also talked about the dangers tied to increased sun exposure and the right ways we should be caring for our skin this summer. We focused on the heavy hitters, like UV awareness and skin safety (which you can read about in our...

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An Ode to Mothers and Others

An Ode to Mothers and Others

Moms take many forms. The woman who gave birth to you, the grandma who raised you, the sixth grade teacher who took you under her wing, the hairdresser whose chair you cry in, or even that one friend who has seen you through more trials and tribulations than you’d like to count. The dictionary defines the verb ‘to mother’ as “to bring up with care and affection.” A mother is not solely relegated to someone who gives up her entire life and person to raise children. Mothers are all around us. People who consider themselves to be mothers can be,...

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WHAT’S THAT SOUND? That’s your skin telling you exactly what it needs.

WHAT’S THAT SOUND? That’s your skin telling you exactly what it needs.

We consider ourselves skincare fanatics over here at RaVina Labs HQ. It’s hard not to be when our desks are stacked to the gills; overflowing with serums, experimenting with formulas... jars...everywhere.... But the potential Skincare Hoarders Special Edition scene is just one small part in our long journey to design a perfect skincare system for you and your specific issues. Ranging from anti-aging, dry, normal and oily skin types to sensitive-oily and sensitive-dry skin types, our products were specifically created by our understanding that a “one-size fits all” approach to skin will always fall short. Because of this, we developed...

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