December 4th, 2017

The Beauty Chef

When I was loading this Holiday Boost Set into the kic shop I liked the idea of helping my skin from the inside out. Going to give them a test drive.


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Long wool blazer


Jamie panelled silk dress


Lila hooded checked wool-blend duffle coat


Sinclair sucked silk-crepe blouse


Collins draped silk skirt


Point-toe navy suede and leather chelsea boots


Doris cotton-gabardine trench coat


55 leather knee boots


Color-block ribbed merino wool turtleneck sweater


Nirvy studded leather sandals


Avery oversized belted two-tone cotton twill trench coat


Scare Crow suede ankle boots

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  • I have been trialing the Beauty Chef products for the last couple of months. Especially Advanced Glow, Antioxidant and Collagen. I find the taste far superior to all the green powders etc on the market. I have noticed a wonderful difference in my skin of which I am very thank full for. I have read a lot about the correlation of Gut health and the benefits for your skin. And another amazing thing is that I have been giving it to my 13 year old pimply son (whose two brothers were on Roaccutane. It has helped cleared his skin significantly. He puts it in his smoothie every morning.

    Eleanor LangmeadDecember 4th, 2017  8:30 AM

  • I tried the glow powder, the advanced glow and the collagen for a few months. I liked the glow powder but didn’t notice a huge difference in my skin and the collagen has a lot of sugar. If the glow powder was cheaper i would keep taking it. I suffer from acne and this didn’t help in any way

    SharonDecember 4th, 2017  7:44 PM

  • As a proud person who lives in Australia,( I am British Citizen ) the Beauty Chef products are so good in so many ways. I can also highly recommend Carla’s new cookbook, The Beauty Chef: Delicious Food for Radiant Skin, Gut Health, and Wellbeing by Carla Oates the founder of Beauty Chef.

    Gilly DownesDecember 4th, 2017  11:18 PM

  • I’ve been taking collagen supplements (with cermitides – sp?) for some time, and I like to think it has given my skin a boost. Although nothing can really reverse age or sun damage, I believe in doing all we possibly can at home to preserve whatever state our skin is currently in and possibly polish it up a bit. A lot of water, eating avocados, a monthly gentle facial (nothing too aggressive), and quality exfoliation and moisturizing products are basic to care. And, of course, we are what we eat.

    PaulaDecember 4th, 2017  11:48 PM


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