Join The SweetSpot Posse!




Have we got a proposition for you! We’re looking for a few fabulous ladies (500 to be exact) to join our Facebook Group, comment on your favorite SweetSpot Labs® products, and invite your friends to join too. Be one of the first 500 ladies to participate and you’ll get one of your favorite washes, wipes, or mists for FREE.


Here’s what to do:

  1. Join our Facebook Group
  2. Proclaim your passion for SweetSpot products
  3. Invite your friends to join the intimate grooming revolution
  4. Send us an email to:
  5. Include your mailing address (U.S. and Canada only please)
  6. Include your product choice (i.e. Balancing Mist in Basil Grapefruit)


The time has come for us to sweeten the world – from the most sacred spot on earth. Rally your troops and let’s get this party started!


Keep it sweet!




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Healthy Mother/Daughter Conversations Start With…

by Christienne Miller

“Mom! Are you seriously trying to talk to me about…that? I mean, eeeww, gross, I can’t even look at you right now.” The comment burst from my 17-year-old niece’s heavily glossed lips, accompanied by the all-too-familiar dramatic eye roll. “Well, maybe your Aunt Tissy can point out a few things?” My sister quivered with her large blue eyes looking more saucer-like than usual, and her lashes blinking out a frantic S.O.S. in my direction. 


So, I took a moment – and a deep breath – and did my best President Obama (when dealing with a difficult issue) impression. “O.K. Look. You know that your mom and I love you, and we always want what’s best for you right?” That provoked a muffled “yes” and a slight “here we go again” sigh. “Well, personal grooming is extremely important. Especially for young women. With all the products you put in your hair and on your face, what makes you think your most sensitive areas don’t need extra care too?”


I could tell she was considering my comments as I drove home my point, “I wish I had SweetSpot Labs® products like Hormone Harmony when I was your age – even younger. What with all the changes my body went through and how embarrassing and uncomfortable feminine issues can be sometimes.”


“Really?” She asked, trying to gauge my level of authenticity. “Absolutely. I’m ecstatic that I have them now!” This sent her off into giggles. “Oh, Aunt Tissy, you are just so… presh.” At which point I reminded her that my outspoken nature is precisely what she loves about me, and her mom. After a moment, she finally tossed out “So, what was that stuff called again?”


Speaking about it, later with my sister, sparked a whole other conversation. We talked about how we wished our mother had felt more comfortable discussing the importance of healthy personal grooming with us. I reflected that I had, pretty much, learned about changes in my body from her (my sister), who in turn had picked things up from magazine articles, but most of the time just had to “wing it” – which usually led to discomfort (a.k.a. spraying perfume in our underwear – really bad idea). If only we had access to SweetSpot Labs® products then, we mused.


Thank goodness we’ve got them now – as do all the other mothers and daughters and sisters out there too. It makes it much easier to start your own healthy and necessary conversations, with all the girls and women you know. Pass the word to a friend today!



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Does your Family have a Laundry Fairy?


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Inquiring Minds Want to Know…”What Should a Woman’s Proper pH Be?”


As you can see, it depends what stage of life you are in as to the proper pH your sweet spot should have.  Now I don’t need to use a pH testing strip to see if I am off as there are other tell tale signs, but you may need to buy some if you want to know how to correct it.  If you are in the 6 range you are heading toward too akaline and if you are in the 2-3 range you are leaning toward being too acidic.  On a scale of 1-14 we have determined the best range to be between 4-5 to be less cause for irritation and less of a breeding ground for unwanted yeast and bacteria.

To Learn more about pH please see the Knowledge Base area of our site.

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Donna Talarico Says “SweetSpot Takes Feminine Hygiene to New Levels”








Love it when people find our products and have that a-ha moment, and you see they totally get it!  Then I think they must take another second and wonder what they have been using all of their life.  Donna definitely did her research and she lays it out line by line in a 3 page wonderfully written article titled “Feel Refreshed, Not Embarrassed: If you Are Washing Yourself ‘Down There’ with Soap, You Must Read This“.

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The World According to Oz, Dr. Oz that is









by Tami Chase

Known as America’s doctor on Oprah, Dr. Mehmet Oz is one smart cookie.  While vice-chair and professor of surgery at Columbia University he also directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital. 

Though his research interests are in the area of the heart, he helps women by discussing issues on Oprah that sometimes are at the “heart” of a women’s existence, her sweet spot. 

When asked if douching was a good way to stay clean, he made the now so popular statement that the “vajayjay” is a self cleaning oven.  He was quoted on Oprah as saying “”You have your own bacteria in there. They’re for you. You’re supposed to have them there. When you wipe them out with a vinegar douche, then you’re left with repopulating it with whatever happens to be nearby. It may not be what’s best for you,” he says.

Douching, Dr. Oz says, may even make you more likely to have some problems, such as ectopic pregnancies and infections that can cause infertility. “It’s a big problem. That’s why I don’t think there’s any really good reason to douche. Period,” Dr. Oz says.

Keeping the vagina clean externally is important, and Dr. Oz says you should always wipe front to back to prevent urinary tract infections. And if you are worried about something in that area, you should go to a doctor and get treatment—Dr. Oz says that covering up problems with a douche won’t solve anything.

Oh Dr. Oz, tell them about SweetSpot Labs wipettes!

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The HotSpot On…SweetSpot Labs





Check out another addition of The HotSpot On ( where they promoted SweetSpot Labs on  Spread the word, SweetSpot is hot!

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