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Stocking Stuffers that Won’t Break the Bank

by Tami Chase

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Get the most bang for your buck this year by buying  gifts of common sense.  Useless stocking stuffers are a thing of the past!  SweetSpot Labs on-the-go wipettes x 3 are sure to bring the gal in your life into pH harmony.  Purse sized and ready to go wherever life takes you, priced at just $2.50 why not buy 3.

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Ballmania is no longer just for the girls on your list, with SPF 20 this lipbalm is sure to be a hit.  Not only does it come in fashionable designs, but you can get sports balls as well.  They are perfect to through in any bag and they work and taste great too!

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Bring her the gift of a tan indoors this winter with Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer.  Sure to bring smiles.  Score a sun-kissed look, quite simply, with Jergens new moisturizer. It builds color with each use, for a healthy summer glow in the end.

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Mind Your Own Sweet Spot

by Cross Woodfield

 

What do you think of THIS: 

 

Terrence Howard (seen here with girlfriend Zulay Henao), whom I know as co-star of Crash and as ex-flame of gorgeiosity Halle Berry, apparently cherishes wipes even more than we do here at SweetSpot Labs®.

 

Apparently a little too much.

 

Unfortunately (for his publicist), he is quoted in Elle offering this insight on the topic of ladyfriends and their sweet spots:  “If they’re using dry paper, they aren’t washing all of themselves. It’s just unclean. So if I go in a woman’s house and see the toilet paper there, I’ll explain this. And if she doesn’t make the adjustment to baby wipes, I’ll know she’s not completely clean.”

 

All I have to say about this, lovelies, is that it’s called YOUR sweet spot for a reason.  It’s not called Terrence Howard’s sweet spot.  It’s called YOUR sweet spot because it is located on YOUR body and YOU may do with it what you please.

 

That’s my opinion.  I mean does he wipe his sweetest spot?

That’s what I’d like to know.

If I ever passed him on the street, I’d walk right up to him and say, “Hey, Terrence Howard, what’s in your bathroom?”

 

(I’d say it the way Charlotte says “I curse the day you were born!” to Big.)

 

What do you think?  How much power or say should our lovers, parents, friends have regarding our own personal hygiene (our clothes, our skin, our sweet spots)?  I mean, I’d say it’s none of their business, but it kind of is.  After all, they’re the ones who have to look at us.

 

But how far is too far? 

Should the ones you love grin and make suggestions, or should they just grin and bear it?

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Hitting the Spots!?

by Cross Woodfield

 

So apparently gay men use SweetSpot wipettes on their tushies…and I say this not to shock but to inform.

 

SweetSpot Labs® products seem to hit, in fact, multiple spots.

 

Some of us use the wipettes to mildly and subtly sanitize our surfaces, like airplane arm rests and tray tables (you know, the ones that come down from the seat in front of you).

 

Some of us cleanse our under-arms at the office, so we can feel sweet and fresh even at three in the afternoon forty-five minutes from home.

 

Some women get really enthusiastic and wash their whole bodies (head-to-toe) with SweetSpot, and some give it to their kids to wipe off their hands (less chemical-ish than wet ones).

 

And heck, if someone tries to attack you, just squirt them with the bidet-in-a-bottle!  No I’m kidding.  The bidet-in-a-bottle should not be wasted on attackers.

 

But seriously, I’m sure together we could think of some heroic uses of the SweetSpot products.  This is the twenty-first century, people!  Think outside the spot!

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Extra, Extra, Read All About It!

Two new articles have hit the stands, well one is on the web, but it is press nonetheless.  Beauty Snob.com writer Sharon gives her reaction on finding the line and the Seattle Times (seen here) gives their readers some COOL trip tips, so you won’t be a stinky person on the plane or trail.

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