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Dr Naomi Swipe Bright Facial Oil Quickly Reduces Facial Melasma

REVEAL: The ‘super oil’ that removes dark spots without clogging your pores is labeled ‘the best ever’ for glowing skin (and is on sale)

  • Australian cosmetic doctor Dr. Naomi McCullum has its own product range
  • Dr Naomi Skin contains two facial oils called Swipe Bright and Lift Off
  • Anna incorporated Swipe Bright into her routine and noticed an instant change
  • Her melasma has almost completely disappeared with the daily use of the oil
  • Swipe Bright contains Vitamin C and Youth 22 Lipid Complex in the formula


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It’s a common misconception that facial oils will clog your pores and cause breakouts, but an Australian cosmetician — and her loyal group of skincare followers — are putting that myth to rest.

dr. Naomi McCullum, owner of the vicarage clinic in Sydney, launched 18 skin care products in May to tackle all kinds of skin concerns, including fine lines, acne and dark circles under the eyes.

But it’s her “super oils” — aptly named Swipe Bright and Lift Off — that are causing a stir in the beauty community for all the right reasons as they deliver on their promise to brighten dark skin spots, melasma, and pigmentation.

Sydney resident Anna decided to record Wipe clear in her daily regimen to reduce some of the melasma — a skin condition characterized by brown spots or freckle-like patches — on her cheeks.

Sydney-based Anna (pictured) decided to incorporate Swipe Bright into her daily regimen in an effort to reduce some of the melasma — a skin condition characterized by brown spots or freckle-like patches — on her cheeks.

Sydney-based Anna (pictured) decided to incorporate Swipe Bright into her daily regimen in an effort to reduce some of the melasma — a skin condition characterized by brown spots or freckle-like patches — on her cheeks.

It's her 'super oils' - aptly named Swipe Bright (pictured) and Lift Off - that are causing a stir in the beauty community for all the right reasons as they deliver on their promise to brighten dark skin spots, melasma and pigmentation.

It's her 'super oils' - aptly named Swipe Bright (pictured) and Lift Off - that are causing a stir in the beauty community for all the right reasons as they deliver on their promise to brighten dark skin spots, melasma and pigmentation.

It’s her ‘super oils’ – aptly named Swipe Bright (pictured) and Lift Off – that are causing a stir in the beauty community for all the right reasons as they deliver on their promise to brighten dark skin spots, melasma and pigmentation.

‘It’s safe to say I’m stunned at the results! My terrible melasma is fading slowly but surely,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.

‘Swipe Bright Oil is one of my favorites. I’ve never been able to use an oil and it’s 100 percent safe on breakout-prone skin.”

The power pink bottle, which normally costs $129 but is currently $109.65 online as part of a Black Friday deal, is supercharged with a blend of three advanced skin lighteners that work to even out and nourish skin tone.

Innovative technology of actives such as Chromabright, Symbright and AlphaWhiteness target pigmentation, melasma, dark spots and uneven skin tone to make skin glowing, while vitamin C fights free radical damage.

“The most common myth about facial oils is that they clog pores and cause breakouts.  This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our customer service DMs and emails,

“The most common myth about facial oils is that they clog pores and cause breakouts.  This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our customer service DMs and emails,

“The most common myth about facial oils is that they clog pores and cause breakouts. This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our customer service DMs and emails,” said Dr. McCullum (pictured with her skincare masks and products)

Interestingly, one of the hero ingredients is called Youth 22 Lipid Complex, which studies show changes the skin’s lipid profile to that of a 22-year-old, improving skin barrier function and elasticity for baby-smooth skin.

“The most common myth about facial oils is that they clog pores and cause breakouts. This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our customer service DMs and emails,” said Dr. McCullum.

The simple answer is no, facial oil will not clog your pores. Oil (or sebum) occurs naturally in your skin and your sebaceous glands are constantly pumping it out.

‘Congestions or pimples are the result of hair follicles becoming clogged with oil and dead skin cells.

Dr Naomi's Catfish eye cream (pictured) is also popular with Australian women (Martha Kalifatidis pictured)

Dr Naomi's Catfish eye cream (pictured) is also popular with Australian women (Martha Kalifatidis pictured)

Dr Naomi’s Catfish eye cream (pictured) is also popular with Australian women (Martha Kalifatidis pictured)

What are the hero ingredients in Swipe Bright?

The potent pink bottle, which normally costs $129 but is currently $109.65 online as part of a Black Friday deal, has been supercharged with a blend of three advanced skin lighteners and lighteners that work to smooth and nourish the skin. .

Innovative technology of actives such as Chromabright, Symbright and AlphaWhiteness target pigmentation, melasma, dark spots and uneven skin tone to make skin glowing, while vitamin C fights free radical damage.

Interestingly, one of the hero ingredients is called Youth 22 Lipid Complex, which studies show changes the skin’s lipid profile to that of a 22-year-old, improving skin barrier function and elasticity for baby-smooth skin.

In fact, using a topical facial oil as part of your daily skincare routine can help balance and improve acne-prone skin.

“Our two super oils are packed with essential fatty acids that are easily absorbed as they are similar to the oils naturally found in the skin.”

And Dr Naomi Skin’s converts totally agree.

The simple answer is no, facial oil will not clog your pores.  Oil (or sebum) occurs naturally in your skin and your sebaceous glands are constantly pumping it out,

The simple answer is no, facial oil will not clog your pores.  Oil (or sebum) occurs naturally in your skin and your sebaceous glands are constantly pumping it out,

The simple answer is no, facial oil will not clog your pores. Oil (or sebum) occurs naturally in your skin and your sebaceous glands are constantly pumping it out,” said Dr.

‘What I love about this oil is how light it is and how easily the skin absorbs it. And you really only need a few drops. However, the biggest and most unexpected result is the brightening of the skin. It says so on the bottle and it does on the skin. I don’t think I can live without this oil,” said one customer.

‘I’m a greasy, large-pored beast who can’t tolerate other oils, but I want the glow-up factor. I ordered this and wow. The texture is so nice – oily but not greasy,” said another.

A third added: ‘I have NEVER found an oil that works for me. This is it. This is him. My skin is clearer, more even and he rightly likes that.”

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