The Beauty Chef

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ABOUT THE BEAUTY CHEF

Carla Oates, known as ‘The Beauty Chef’, is a naturalist who is passionate about nature and the profound synergy we share with it. Based in Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Carla has been researching, writing and teaching about organic beauty and health for the last fifteen years.

Carla is the author of the best selling book Feeding Your Skin, editor of Wellbeing Beauty Book and is the natural beauty columnist for both Wellbeing Magazine. She runs regular Beauty Chef workshops in Sydney. She is also the Goodwill Ambassador of Australian Organic.

She believes that organic skincare and food is the most sustainable choice for the health of both the individual and the environment. An avid beauty chef and formulator, she has spent the last fifteen years, creating beauty products from foods in her kitchen and herbs from her garden.

During this time, Carla has collaborated with many of Australia’s best natural health practitioners and formulators. She has combined her knowledge and passion to create The Beauty Chef, the world’s first Living skincare range. Carla works with a dedicated team of chemists, naturopaths and nutritionists on her formulas that are based on her own unique recipes.

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OUR PRODUCTS:

  • Offer skincare that works from the inside out for healthy, radiant skin.
  • Biologically enhanced through our unique bio-fermentation process
  • Harness the benefits of whole foods, fermented foods and pre and probiotics.
  • Certified Organic, Biodynamic, local and fair trade ingredients wherever possible
  • Rich in bio-available nutrients
  • Work closely with with the skin’s own bio-rhythms

PROCESSES

*Flora Culture: is the Beauty Chef’s unique and natural bio-fermentation process.
*Bio-synergistic blending(™): A process unique to The Beauty Chef where we blend specific ingredients together to magnify and/or release their nutritional potential.

HARNESSING THE POWER OF ORGANIC WHOLEFOODS

Carla believes it is essential that we eat whole foods when possible as opposed to consuming synthetic forms of supplements. Recent nutritional studies show that the interactivity of nutrients in whole foods are more powerful than when these nutrients are extracted and used in an isolated form. Food combining is also important; for example studies show that eating spinach with avocado will increase the absorption of anti-oxidants by up to 400%.

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SUPPORTED BY SCIENCE

While we work closely with nature, The Beauty Chef’s products are supported by science. Many of our ingredients have been clinically tested. We use active and efficacious ingredients to ensure that your skin is cared for from the inside out.

THE POWER OF FERMENTATION

Fermentation is a time-honored custom that has been practiced by many cultures for thousands of years. While the process is simple, it has a powerful, biologically enhancing effect on ingredients which increases their nutrient value.

Carla has been fermenting food for years and noticed the myriad skin benefits of consuming fermented foods like kimchi, saukercraut and kefir. “Eating these foods helps clarify and rejuvenate the skin from the inside, so it glows on the outside”. When applied to topical skincare, the process of fermentation increases the bio-availability of ingredients so that they can be absorbed into the deeper layers of the skin. You receive the benefits of super charged ingredients while using a completely natural bio-system, keeping in tune with the biorhythms of our bodies and nature. The Beauty Chef’s unique Flora Culture process is backed by twenty years of research.

The process also produces good bacteria, which is vital for a healthy gut. Carla says, “I am a big believer that beautiful skin starts on the inside. It’s where your hormones are metabolized, 70% of your immune system lies, and where nutrients are manufactured and toxins are eliminated. For good health, the gut requires a proliferation of good bacteria, which can be found in abundant supply in fermented foods. The skin, hair and nails are the last places to get nutrients that go to more important organs first; therefore the skin is the first place where gut imbalances or signs of under nutrition will manifest. Beneficial bacteria in the gut is key to good health and skin.”

“The role of the infinitely small in nature is infinitely great”
Louis Pasteur