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Tuesday, April 26, 2016



Hope everyone had a relaxing weekend so far? 
I am quite excited to share my thoughts on The Beauty Chef - Beauty Fix balm that's made with bio-fermented young coconut. 

Towards more into Autumn and winter, we'll tend to see our skin becoming more dry, flaky and unruly. One way to help with that is to ensure that you use a product that can help to condition, nourish and protect the skin. That's why I checked out The Beauty Chef Beauty Fix Balm which helps to leave the skin feeling nourished and protected throughout the day. 

The Beauty Chef, Beauty Fix balm is made with certified bio-fermented young coconut which helps to soothe, nourish and protect the skin. Also, it helps to smooth out any fine lines and wrinkles along with hydrating the lips. The best aspect of this beauty balm is that you can actually look to use it on your lips, face and even the hands. It's a multi-purpose product that comes very useful for all seasons - and especially when it comes to cooler seasons. It contains bio-activated: coconut, mung beans, linseed, chickpeas, brown rice, lemon juice and nourishing fatty acids from coconut oil, plus Vitamin E which is filled with many antioxidants. 

The best part of the Beauty Fix balm is that it acts as a dry skin moisturiser which is perfect for any dry parts of the body which could be on your face, hands, nails, feet, heels, knees and even elbows. If you're looking for that one product with the many beauty fixes, then this is the ideal product you're not going to want to miss out on. 

To warm up the product, simply scoop out a small amount and use your finger tips to massage in the product to warm it up. This will allow for an easier application of the beauty balm. You wouldn't believe what the powerful ingredients in just the one beauty balm can do for your skin. I was quite intrigued by the many benefits it can look to deliver for your skin and here's what I learnt so far: 
  • It is made with fermented young coconut extract - which means it's full of electrolytes and where young coconut helps to hydrate and rejuvenate skin, 
  • Coconut oil acts as a natural antibacterial which helps to rebalance and protect the skin, 
  • Camellia seed - this ingredient is full of omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids along with Vitamin E - which helps to nourish and protect the skin.
  • Rosehip oil - is full of the essential fatty acids which helps to retain moisture in the skin and helps to repair it by reducing the effects of sun damage. 

Additionally, the beauty balm is completely free from any artificial ingredients, preservatives and parabens. Here are the benefits of using this beauty balm: 
  • 1 - Helps to smooth out fine lines and is even gentle to be used around the eyes, neck and d├ęcolletage,
  • 2 - Leaves a nice dew glow to overall skin complexion without that oily slick, 
  • 3 - Looks to leave your face feeling rejuvenated and less dull looking, 
  • - Acts as a skin healer for dry and or red skin. Also can be used on all parts of the body, 
  • - Can be used as an ideal hand cream as washing our hands everyday can cause the loss of lipids - that's why applying some of the beauty balm onto any dry parts of the hand can keep them more youthful and softer looking. 

Overall, I actually keep a pot of this beauty balm in my hand-bag as it comes super useful for any occasion. Whether it's dryness on my knees, elbows, face and even hands, the Beauty Fix by The Beauty Chef is definitely a fabulous item to always have in hand. 


Have you checked out this product before? 

Let me know on your thoughts, 

Happy reading! 

Livia xo 

Thank you The Beauty Chef for supporting me for this review. My reviews are based on my personal and true experiences. I only recommend products that I truly support.

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