Oleum Natural Glow Review

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Hello & Happy Saturday!




I recently heard someone use the expression, “When face oils were a huge thing.” I remember the first time I explored the world of facial oils and YES, it was  HUGE thing, but to me. 


Oils will forever and always be a HUGE thing.. because they are just that amazing!!


I had the opportunity to sample a boutique line of  cleansing oils called Oleum Natural Glow. I chose to review the Dry Skin cleansing oil comprised of castor oil, apricot kernel oil, avocado oil, jasmine, and argan oil. Though I’ve experienced a plethora of oils with similar ingredients I had yet to come across a lot of oils that incorporate jasmine. If you love floral aromas, the Dry Skin oil that’s very jasmine forward will be your go to blend! My biggest complaint about Oleum Natural Glow products?! They are not all organics and use acrylic airtight containers. I’m just not an advocate for plastic as they are not good for the environment and I feel as though they make it difficult to gauge how much is left in the product. 


Get the full video review at the bottom of the post!



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About Oleum



Did you know we absorb approximately 60% of what we put on our skin? With that we ask…do you know the ingredients on the current skincare products you’re using? Don’t worry, at first we didn’t know either. Many skin care products contain ingredients which are toxic, contain plastics, and are composed of synthetic materials. Would you want to use skincare items on your face which involve the terms “toxic”, “plastic”, or “synthetic”? We know that we wouldn’t! So what is one to do?



Use oil.



Yes, you read that correctly, we said oil! Oil cleansing is an all-natural method of skin care. If we understand the process, as we can with oil, we know what we are putting on our face as a skin care routine. This method encompasses the most basic principle of using like to dissolve like, or oil to dissolve the oil. Your skin naturally produces oil, also known as sebum, because it needs it.

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The term “Oleum” is derived from the Latin language meaning “oil”, this led us to create Oleum Natural Glow, an all natural premium oil cleansing product, which can be used on all skin types. Oleum Natural Grow features only natural ingredients included avocado almond, and argan oils. You now know exactly what you’re putting on your face, just by reading these simple ingredients. By applying these natural oils found in Oleum Natural Glow to your face, you are able to dissolve the hardened oil that is stuck within the pores of your skin.


Oleum Natural Glow is the next big thing in skin care. By removing all of the toxins and plastics in your old skin care products and using our all natural version of products, you will leave your skin looking and feeling better in a matter of no time.





The Dry Skin Oil ingredients include; Castor oil, Almond oil, Avocado oil, Apricot Kernel oil, Argan and Jasmine oils.


Our oils are sourced from a few distributors located within the United States. Ingredients contain no chemicals, are non-gmo, are all-natural and come from a cruelty free environment only. We are working on getting accredited by leapingbunny.org as cruelty free company. The Leaping Bunny Program provides the best assurance that no animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers.


When you begin to apply Oleum Natural Glow, you will realize it is a quick three-step process. First, you begin to generously massage the oils on to your face. You don’t even have to remove your makeup, the oil will do that for you! Next, you will saturate a washcloth in warm-to-hot water and cover your face with the cloth for 30 seconds. By doing this, the steam from the wash cloth will open up your pores. Lastly, you just wipe it all away. 













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I’m Gabrielle, the founder & creator of Eatdrinkshrink.com. I established this blog in May of 2012 to share my experience and knowledge as I pursue a career as a Registered Dietitian in New York City. I currently hold a BS in Nutrition & Dietetics from NYU and am pursuing a MS in Nutrition & Health Sciences while teaching yoga and working with the Coalition for Healthy School Food


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