Our Beauty Editor investigates the program that promises to “nourish your skin from within.” Plus, their recipe for a delicious and easy-to-make Raw Caramel Slice.


By Emily Matson



There’s no denying that we are in the epoch of the Superfood: the crème-de-la-crème, often hard-to-pronounce ingredients with coveted powers that reign supreme in health food stores and likewise, pack a punch in your salads and smoothies. Fad foods are known to work wonders on the body, which raises the question—is it possible to eat your way to beauty, inside-out? 

 It may not surprise you that the answer is yes: The solution reveals itself in the form of Raw Complexions’ Skintox. The raw formula combines the best attributes of sought-after superfoods, whose properties are known to yield satisfying results. Rather than bothering with topical gels and the tricky business of supplements that oft disappoint, the powder’s potent ingredients such as camu camu, bee pollen, schisandra berry and flax meal speak—and act—for themselves.




 Add one spoonful of the Skintox powder to the smoothie or juice of your choice. Whether it be an additional boost to your morning, a post-work out indulgence, or an afternoon pick-me-up Skintox excels in its ability to seamlessly integrate itself into your diet, delivering an abundance of nutrients, with a side of glowing skin. After just three consecutive days of adding the Skintox to fresh juice (once a day is all that’s needed to see results), I started to notice my complexion develop a healthy glow—a radiance that I realized couldn’t come from a foundation or moisturizer, but from inside-out. An added bonus: it looks just as good in your beauty cabinet as it does on your kitchen counter.




You'll need...


...for the base:

1 cup pitted dates

1/2 cup raw almonds 

1 pinch of cinnamon 

1 tsp coconut oil melted 

1 heaped tsp of Skintox Beauty Food Powder


...for the caramel:

1 cup pitted dates 

1/2 cup melted coconut oil 

1/2 cup maple syrup OR rice malt syrup 

1 cup soaked raw cashews


...for the chocolate:

1/4 cup coconut oil melted 

1/4 cup maple syrup 

1/4 cup cacao powder 

1/2 tsp vanilla bean paste OR vanilla extract 

You do...


...for the base:

Throw all of the base ingredients into your food processor (RC suggests a Thermomix). Pulse on high speed until sticky and blended. Place mix evenly into pan and pop into freezer to set for one hour. 


...add the caramel:

Blend all of your caramel ingredients together on high until blended evenly. Spread over the base and return to freezer until set.


...and top it off with chocolate:

Add coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla paste, and cacao powder and blend until smooth and creamy. Spread evenly over the caramel layer and place back into freezer until set hard.