Last week, I had the pleasure of attending “Glow Camp” with Ole Henriksen and his team. Glow Camp is a mini-vacation in different beautiful locations where Ole (pronounced oooo-la) evaluates your skin and gives you a personalized prescription for the next six weeks using his products. This particular Glow Camp was at Bacara Resort in Santa Barbara and was focused on oily skin. When I got the invite for Glow Camp, I was ecstatic, but I didn’t know it would change me inside and out forever.
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When I met Ole for the first time, he was unlike anyone I’ve ever met. Bubbly, funny, extremely positive, goofy, and all around happy. Over the next few days, he evaluated my skin along with five other girls, and gave us a regimen for the next six weeks to follow. We have to stick with the regimen for six weeks and then share our progress. It’s looking hopeful so far, but I’ve only been using his products for a week!
The rest of Glow Camp was filled with photoshoots, morning yoga over the ocean, massages at Bacara’s spa, and dinners overlooking the ocean. It was a great time to be alive. What I liked most about Glow Camp, however, was the spirit that was instilled within me from both Ole and the other wonderful individuals that I met there. Ole has this way of making everyone feel extremely loved and beautiful. No matter who you are or where you came from, Ole will treat you the same. He puts his whole heart into making you feel beautiful inside and out, and he has made a successful career out of it. Even with all of his successes, he remains thankful and humble for his achievements. I was inspired to wear no makeup almost the entire time I was there, and I had never felt so beautiful. What an incredible experience.
I encourage you all to compliment others when you feel inclined, to love each other, and to spread positivity because it’s amazing how much this can fill others up and in turn fill you up.
*Thank you to Ole Henriksen and his team for this incredible experience. This post was not sponsored and all thoughts are my own.