Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Did you know ?

That Sugar Me Sweet now has a Shopping cart on Facebook!
Click on the link to be redirected and shop our wonderful All Natural Products today.

Special offer this week. $5.00 off purchase of $40.00 or more.
Happy 4th of July !

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Upcoming events

You can find me and Sugar Me Sweet Products at the following upcoming events. 

The first one is June 27th Endicott Park day from 11 am to 3pm

 The second in the following day June 28th at the Rebecca Nurse homestead from 10-3 pm at 149 Pine St Danvers

 Both events will have vendors and crafters so I just wanted to share the news.

Hope to see you there, please stop by to say Hello.

If you mention this code CRZY5  I'll take $5.00 your your order of $30.00 or more

If you are unable to make these events or are interested in seeing what Sugar Me Sweet NSC has to offer right now, check us out  https://www.facebook.com/SugarMeSweetNSC/app_410312912374011

Thank you
Rhonda Giarratana
Founder-Sugar Me Sweet Natural Skin Care

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Did you know?

That coconut water was used during WWII when blood plasma was low, as a blood substitute? Maybe that’s because its one of the most valuable super-foods on earth! Delicious coconut water is so rich, so nurturing, so rich in minerals, vitamins, electrolytes, alkalizing your system, and it aids with digestion, helps with diabetes, lowers blood sugar, and is known for its antibacterial and antifungal qualities. So, yes, these tropical “cocos” are an amazing fruit, and you don’t have to live in the tropics to buy fresh coconut water, you can find it in almost every grocery store.

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Friday, June 12, 2015


Planting marigolds around your yard also works as a bug repellent because the flowers give off a fragrance that bugs do not like. This is a great way to ward off mosquitoes without using chemical insecticides. A simple house fan could also help keep mosquitoes at bay if you're having a get-together in your backyard.

Steer Clear of Chemical Repellents, Especially DEET
Currently, DEET (N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide) is used in more than 230 different products -- in concentrations of up to an astounding 100 percent. If a chemical melts plastic or fishing line, it's not wise to apply it to your skin -- and that is exactly what DEET does.
Duke University Medical Center pharmacologist Mohamed Abou-Donia spent 30 years researching the effects of pesticides. He discovered that prolonged exposure to DEET can impair cell function in parts of your brain -- demonstrated in the lab by death and behavioral changes in rats with frequent or prolonged DEET use. Children are particularly at risk for subtle brain changes because their skin more readily absorbs chemicals in the environment and chemicals more potently affect their developing nervous systems. Other potential side effects DEET exposure include:
Memory lossHeadacheMuscle weakness and fatigue
Shortness of breathMuscle and joint painTremors

Keeping Insects at Bay the Natural Way
Fortunately, there are highly effective repellents on the market comprised of natural botanical oils and extracts that are every bit as effective as DEET, but with none of the potentially harmful effects.

Another option is to use the safe solution I have formulated to repel mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, and other biting insects.
It's a Natural insect repellent with a combination of oil of Lemon -Eucalyptus, Rose-Geranium, citronella, lemongrass oil, rosemary oil, and vanillin, which is a dynamite blend of natural plant extracts. 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015


To get silky smooth legs, you need to exfoliate your legs from dead skin cells. Dead skin cells cause your skin on the legs to be rough. Using a Sugar Scrub on your damp legs. Rub the scrub in circular motion. Just make sure that you pay attention to your knees and ankles. Remember that these are the part where dead skin is built. Rinse the sugar scrub. You may also consider this step as a PRE-SHAVE after rinsing sugar scrub off your legs proceed to shave with razor. No need for shaving cream; the carrier oils in the sugar scrub act as a lubricate. You can even GO NO-LO (no lotion needed