DESCRIPTION: For those wanting to soothe, nourish and moisturise dry skin, smooth fine lines and hydrate lips.
Soothing and rejuvenating, The Beauty Chef’s bio-fermented Flora Fix Balm™ is a multi-tasking super balm that heals, nourishes and protects dry, rough, moisture-seeking skin.
Flora Fix Balm™ is a skincare staple for all skin types that helps to balance and protect the skin’s ecosystem and microbiome with live, bio-fermented plant compounds including coconut, legumes, grasses, seeds, honey and green ginger. The soothing formula also helps reduce inflammation.
You can use this hardworking pot of perfection as a hydrating lip balm, de-puffing eye balm, dry skin moisturiser or soothing skin salve on dry hands, nails, feet, heels, knees or elbows.
The balm’s skin-loving, wholefood ingredients are activated by The Beauty Chef’s exclusive, Flora Culture™ fermentation process. This cleverly transforms the amino acids in the grains, legumes and seeds into smaller peptides so they can be better absorbed by your skin, where they can help rejuvenate and repair on a deeper level
The creation of lactic acid during the fermentation process further supercharges Flora Fix Balm™, boosting its ability to hydrate your skin and promote collagen synthesis.
HOW TO USE: Apply Flora Fix Balm™ sparingly to skin in need of special attention for instant hydration and enhanced healing. The multi-purpose balm can be used multiple times daily.
INGREDIENTS: Flora Culture™ - 14 species of probiotics including those from the genera of Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Saccharomyces, make up our mother culture used in our unique lacto-fermentation process. This process ferments ingredients over a 6-8 week period, making ingredients more bio-available, the formula bio-active as well as creating a broad-spectrum probiotic.
Bio-fermented young coconut extract - a powerful anti-inflammatory to help heal skin.
Lactobacillus metabolites - produced by our exclusive Flora Culture™ lacto-fermentation process, research shows these compounds may have skin rejuvenating properties.
Coconut oil - rich in fatty acids and lauric acid to encourage skin cell repair.
Organic peptides - created using The Beauty Chef’s Flora Culture™ fermentation process to transform the amino acids in grains, seeds and legumes (including quinoa, brown rice, chickpeas, mung beans, red lentils, millet, alfalfa and linseed) into smaller peptides.
Camelia seed oil - packed with Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids as well as vitamin E, it helps to nourish and protect the skin while smoothing fine lines and wrinkles.
Rosehip oil - rich in essential fatty acids and high in moisture to help repair skin and reduce the effects of sun damage.