Creating a sustainable world from the core is what makes us tick.

At Glow Naturals, we have chosen the highest quality organic and GMO-Free ingredients paired with sustainable and recyclable packaging to give you the purest skincare line possible.

Glow Naturals was born out of a societal regime, pushing through the muck of mass produced skincare products that are not only bad for your skin, but bad for your overall health and also the well-being of our planet.
My name is Chayilah Oldham. I have spent the last 10 years on a roller-coaster journey down the path of healing and of a healthy lifestyle, gleaning information as quickly as it can come. I choose to dig deep inside every label, every ingredient, questioning it’s availability in my life.
Working in the “natural” skincare industry I was shocked at the ingredients people were o.k. with putting on their skin. I wanted a product that had as few quality ingredients as possible, no animals or animal cruelty involved, and something that would actually work. No distributor fit my bill.
I was raised in the back country of  Missouri. Surrounded by beautiful wildlife and the freedom to roam about; taking afternoon dips in the creek, drying out on the limestone flat rocks close beside. Playing with our horses, my dog and a few chickens, created a great appreciation for the purity of nature. I have taken this appreciation across all aspects of my life, comparing and contrasting. What doesn’t fit in nature, doesn’t need to fit into my life. This is why simple and effective ingredients have been chosen.
Now for the method to the madness. Using soap on the skin strips vital oils and creates an imbalance of sebum production. Sebum is the oil our body produces that is excreted out the skin as it’s protectant. By using an oil-cleansing method, it allows the old facial oils to be pulled off and replaced with the new cleansing oil paired with healing and restorative essential oils. Now that the body isn’t in shock due to the oils being stripped, the sebum production will regulate. This method is beneficial to both oily as well as dry skin types. We have paired a silky oil with the cleansing, restorative and healing properties of  Helichrysum, Lemongrass, Roman Chamomile and Rose Geranium essential oils. Every product is a proprietary blend as to benefit not only the appearance of the skin, but used as aromatherapy to create a serene sense of  pleasure with every wash 🙂 .


I have created this skincare line with the hope of spreading awareness about how important sustainability is to our future generations. So they can thrive in a world of utmost purity.
Let us come together and create a clean and peaceful world.


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The Center for Ecoliteracy promotes ecological education and seeks to educate schools to teach and model sustainable practices to our children.  They sought sustainable, temporary use stickers for their state wide school food program. Plan It Green Printing provided labels made from wood cellulose with a plant-starch adhesive.  The labels could be refrigerated or frozen but would dissolve under a steady stream of water.


The program is a planning framework for improving school food, supporting sustainable food systems, and teaching and integrating curriculum around food issues.

The following is reprinted courtesy of The Center for Ecoliteracy:


By addressing school food, we affect public health, academic performance, economics, justice, national security, the environment, and community well-being.

Explore the “Levels of Authority for School Food Systems” from the Center for Ecoliteracy book Smart by Nature to understand where decisions affecting school food are made.

Download the “School Lunch Initiative Evaluation,” a study that demonstrated the effectiveness of a program combining gardening, cooking, improvements in school food, and integrating  learning about food and the environment into the academic curriculum.

Submerge in water and the EcoLiteracy labels will disappear

Submerge in water and the Ecoliteracy labels will disappear

Submerge in water and the EcoLiteracy labels will disappear

Food and Health

The school food program promotes health through menus that feature a variety of delicious, appealing, nutritious offerings.

Read about how San Diego Unified promoted its stellar healthy school meal program.


The school nutrition program is guided by a district wellness policy developed and implemented through a collaborative community process.

Download a Model Wellness Policy Guide, developed by the Center for Ecoliteracy, to help you review, revise, and update your local policy.

Teaching and Learning

Hands-on learning, the lunchroom experience, and teaching and learning in the classroom deepen students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes about food, culture, health, and the environment.

Stockton get's it!

Stockton get’s it!

Download our Visual Guide: Linking Food, Culture, Health, and the Environment.

Learn about our K-12 curriculum framework called Big Ideas: Linking Food, Culture, Health, and the Environment.

Download a discussion guide for high school to accompany the film Food, Inc.

The Dining Experience

Students feel welcomed, safe, and valued in an atmosphere that encourages social interaction and healthy eating.

Read an article, “Rethinking Lunchtime: Making Lunch an Integral Part of Education,” on the achievements realized when one elementary school switched lunch and recess.

These labels will melt away under a steady stream of water
These labels will melt away under a steady stream of water


The school meal program obtains fresh, seasonal, sustainably grown produce and products from local and regional sources.

Read about the procurement strategy implemented in the Oakland Unified School District.


The dining facility serves as a learning center, offers fresh food prepared onsite, and reinforces lessons learned in the classroom.

Read an interview with Steve Marshall, The Marshall Associates, Inc., on asking the right questions while designing or remodeling school food cooking facilities.

Waste Management

The school food program reduces waste and helps students understand the need to conserve natural resources.

Read  an excerpt of The Worm Café about vericomposting for waste reduction and making waste management a part of the academic curriculum.

Made from wood cellulose with a plant starch adhesive
Made from wood cellulose with a plant starch adhesive

Professional Development

Nutrition services staff and teachers receive the training they need to realize the Rethinking School Lunch vision.

Read the professional development section on the Center’s Cooking with California Food in K-12Schools downloadable book to learn more about effective professional development for nutrition services staff.

Marketing and Communications

Districts take the necessary steps to promote healthy meal programs and meaningful learning environments.

Read  about Scott Soiseth’s secrets to success in marketing his school lunch program in Turlock, California.

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