Thursday, January 29, 2009

Sweetsation Therapy offers 20% OFF on all orders.

We love doing that. Not only we like to give staff away at our giveaways we offer discounts too. So Princess moms could treat themselves. Or even better their Prince Charming could do that for them. Valentine's Day is coming. Hey Princesses, whether you are Moms or not yet, don't forget about "ME-Time" and enjoy yourselves on Valentine's Day and always.

Love from Sweetsation Therapy xxoo

Monday, January 26, 2009

Congratulations to Mom2aNutball!

Congratulations to Mom2aNutball from Kansas City, US. She is the winner of Bum*Bum Balm/Chub*Stick Giveaway.

And thank you to all for participation. There can be only one winner at a time, unfortunately. Please check my blog regularly. We have Giveaways almost every week. Right now we have Giveaway for Baby Chamomile Milk Soakin Bath Essence. It's our new product. Give it a shot, participate and Good Luck

Sunday, January 25, 2009

NEW Giveaway from Sweetsation Therapy!

Yeeeah, we finally have it. How exciting, NEW Chamomile Milk Bath Soaking Essence for Baby is finally arrived. It has all the goodness the nature has to offer to keep your baby's skin soft and smooth. We also incorporated a touch of healing and soothing Zinc Oxide to eliminate and prevent any rashes and eczema that babies oh so prone to having. Completely natural and has no harsh chemicals that can harm baby's gentle skin. It will be your baby's favorite treat, and may be even yours. Gentle natural scent of Chamomile will relax your baby for a nice Good Night sleep.

Rules to Enter

1. Please go on our main web site and after looking through all the products let us know what Pregnancy product should we add to the line and what Baby product should we add to the line that we currently don't have.

2. For aditional entries:

a. Vote in the poll (if you haven't done so yet)

b. Post this giveaway on your site/blog and link back to us.

c. Follow our blog

d. Twitt and link back

e. Write a comment why would you buy Sweetsation Therapy products and why not.

Don't forget to leave a comment for each additional entry.

Giveaway starts January 24 and ends February 1st, 2009 at 9pm.

The winner will be chosen randomly and announced here as well as personally.

This giveaway is open for US residents only.

Good Luck!

Friday, January 23, 2009

Ugly Truths Behind the Myth of Cosmetics Safety

Every day we use multiple personal care products—from shampoo to deodorant, lotion to make-up—that contain chemical ingredients that are absorbed through the skin, inhaled or ingested. So it’s not surprising that potentially harmful chemicals have gotten into our bodies, our breast milk and our children. Some of these chemicals are linked to cancer, birth defects, learning disabilities and other health problems that are epidemic in our society. Astonishingly, in the United States, 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women are expected to develop cancer during their lifetimes, according to the National Cancer Institute. The cosmetics industry says that it's safe to put toxic chemicals linked to cancer, infertility or other health problems into personal care products because the amount in each product is too small to matter. But none of us use just one product. Think about how many products you use in a single day— from toothpaste to soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, deodorant, body lotion, shaving products and makeup—and how many products you use in a year, and over a lifetime. Small amounts of toxic chemicals add up and can accumulate in our bodies. Chemicals linked to cancer and birth defects do not belong in personal care products, period.

Major loopholes in federal law prevent the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or any
other government agency from approving the safety of cosmetics and body care products before they can be sold. The European Union now bans more than 1,100 chemicals from personal care products because they may cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive problems. In stark contrast, just 10 ingredients are banned from cosmetics in the United States.
Manufacturers say their products are safe. But what do those claims really mean? It may mean that the company has tested the ingredients it uses—but only to determine if the chemicals cause rashes, swelling or other acute reactions. Companies are not required to test the ingredients in their products to determine if they cause longterm, negative health effects,
such as cancer or the inability to have a healthy child. Since there is no government standard
for safety, companies can say whatever they want about the safety of their products.

Few ingredients have been assessed for long-term health impacts, but those that have—and are known or suspected to be toxic—are still allowed in cosmetics. Seven of the most problematic are:
Often listed as thimerosal on ingredient labels, mercury is a possible human carcinogen, and a human reproductive or developmental toxin. Found in some eye drops, ointments and mascaras.
Placenta produces progesterone, estrogen and other hormones that can interfere with the body’s normal hormone functions and can lead to serious health problems—like breast cancer—when used in cosmetics. Sometimes used in hair relaxers, moisturizers and toners.
This compound of lead is a known human reproductive and developmental toxin. Prohibited from use in cosmetics in the European Union. Found in some hair dyes and cleansers.
These byproducts of crude oil (appearing on labels as petrolatum, mineral oil and paraffin) may contain known or suspected human carcinogens as well as harmful breakdown products or impurities from manufacturing processes (such as 1,4-Dioxane), which are not listed on
ingredient labels. Found in some hair relaxers, shampoos, anti-aging creams, mascaras, erfumes, foundations, lipsticks and lip balms.
These plasticizing chemicals are probable human reproductive or developmental toxins and endocrine disruptors. Two phthalates often used in cosmetics (dibutyl and diethylhexyl) have been banned in the European Union. Found in some nail polishes, fragrances and hair sprays.
A possible carcinogen and probable neurotoxin and skin sensitizer, hydroquinone can also cause a skin disease called ochronosis, which leaves irreversible black-blue lesions on skin. Found in some skin lightening products and moisturizers.

Extremely tiny particles which are largely untested and unlabeled in personal care products,
capable of being absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Found in some eye shadows, bronzers, sunscreens and lotions.

For example - Neutrogena After Sun Treatment with Natural Soy has one of the highest hazard ratings. What's so "natural" about a product with more than 10 different ingredients that raise
health concerns? Neutrogena is owned by Johnson & Johnson, which markets its products as superior because of their "natural" properties and recommendations from health-care providers.

Do we still want to neglect reading the label??

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Cosmetics, Beauty and Brain Science

Japanese Cosmetics mega brand Kanebo conducted a research on what goes through a women’s mind when she applies make-up.

Using brain scanning equipment, the scientists were surprised to discover that women experience a wave of euphoria and optimism as they prepare for their make-up routine, confounding the commonly held belief that positive feelings would be experienced after the make-up is applied.
The research, which was carried out by a team of scientists headed by Dr. Ken Mogi at Kanebo’s research and development laboratories in Tokyo, aimed to determine the distinct cognitive activities involved in how a woman perceives herself with and without make-up. The work is important to manufacturers and marketers of color cosmetic products, because it helps explain the exact reasons why women wear make-up and how it makes them feel better about themselves.

The scientists believe that the positive feelings are bought on by the thought of how the appearance might be improved by the make-up application process, transforming the individuals' self image and perception for the better, albeit temporarily.
The team of scientists believe that these type of feelings are experienced during many different beauty routines, including men’s grooming tasks such as shaving and applying cologne.
Ultimately the scientisits believe the data that they have uncovered holds the key to developing cosmetics and personal care products with enhanced emotional values to add appeal for consumers.

Snippets from the article By Simon Pitman

Moisturisers linked to Cancer. Baby creams among them.

I've stumbelled into this article and thought that it contains an important information that mothers would want to know. I can't testify whether it is true or not, but as we say - betther safe then sorry. Vanicream was recommended to my son by our pediatrician for skin irritations, at some point. Thankfully it didn't do much so I didn't use it a lot on him. Source of the article is CosmeticsDesign web site.

"A study that suggested common moisturisers may increase the rate of tumour formation in mice with a high skin cancer risk has provoked a storm within the industry.
The research, originally published online and covered by CosmeticsDesign in August, appears in this month’s Journal of Investigative Dermatology along with some fierce criticisms from the manufacturers of the creams.
Original study Run by scientists at Rutgers State University of New Jersey, the study concluded that applying a number of commercially available moisturising creams (Dermabase, Dermovan, Eucerin or Vanicream) to the skin of mice pre-treated with UVB (to make them high risk for skin cancer) increased the rate of tumour formation. "
To read full article click here.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Giveaway! Sweetsation Therapy Chamomile Bum*Bum Balm or Chub*Stick Diaper Rash Stick, the choice is yours.

Those are our favorite products. Bum*Bum Balm. Not only they smell absolutely divine but they take care of tushes of our little friends. Soothing and calming properties of vitamin E, Chamomile and Lavender make this a wonderful all purpose diaper ointment. Pamper with it your baby's sensitive skin and avoid appearance of rash. Revolutionary new stick delivery allows fingers-free aplication, not only keeping your hands clean but it is much more economical then conventional squeeze tubes. Each stick will last about 4 months. This ointment has a pleasant Chamomile aroma. Chub*Stick also contains soothing and healing Zinc Oxide, heals any diaper rash instantly and calms down irritation. It even goes on white :-)

This Giveaway is for one stick only. The winner has to choose between Bum*Bum Balm or Chub*Stick.


1 Entry (Mandatory): Head over to Sweetsation Therapy site and let me know what your favorite product is and what product would you like to see there.
For Extra Entries - After you do the first one. Don't forget to leave a comment for each one done.
2. Follow ME on Twitter.
3. Tweet about giveaway.
4. Post on your blog about this Giveaway and link back to Sweetsation Therapy & Me !
5. Follow my Blog.
6. And while you're there, please perticipate in my poll about what is your favorite brand of baby products.
The winner will be chosen on Sunday 1/25/2009 9pm using a random number generator.

If the prize is not claimed in 48 hours a new winner will be chosen.*Contest open to U.S. residents only.*The winner will be announced on my blog (and emailed) Sunday January 25,2009.

Good Luck

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Care for your skin...poisonously. Love, CHANEL

This is going to be a rant of a pregnant woman, so if you absolutely and utterly in love with CHANEL, please don't read this.

As an owner of Sweetsation Therapy we do care about the health of humans. We strive to promote healthy skin caring and choose to use only organic and natural ingredients. I do my extensive researches every day. So it's needless to say that I was aware that Department Store cosmetic brands are... well, how it is nicer to say.., not very healthy from living green standpoint, but what I discovered today was a bit heavier then I thought. And I am talking about somebody's (not mine) beloved brand CHANEL. Not only it is not natural - it is a complete poison. The product I've picked to rant about is the most poisonous of all- CHANEL Radiance Energizing Lotion. It scores 9 out of 10 on Toxicity table, but hey, it smells nice and it's pink....aaaaah . There is absolutely nothing natural about it. Just a bunch of smelling good chemicals that consultant at the counter, with a smile, tells you that it will do miracles to your skin. It has all the "kaka" that companies like mine wouldn't touch even with a stick, and we are talking about: phthalates, fragrance, parabens and sulfates, ..everything that's been linked to cancer, cellular changes, allergies, reproductive toxocity, all in the same bottle.

Have fun researching about your favorite brands by clicking this link.

So why do we pay such an ungodly amount of money for this??? To the company that is big and rich enough to improve it's skin care, but it wouldn't. Why? Because it's more expensive to use natural ingredients. Why to bother? People will buy the "label" anyway. But what we are paying for is for their advertisement that's cost millions, to stay in front of our faces forever. Forever buy their poisonous concoctions in the bottle. Not sure how about you, but it makes me sick.

I think it's about time to start paying attention on the ingredient label of the Cosmetic Giants and stop paying for their advertisement by buying toxic cosmetics - because it this case you are paying twice (with your health).

Monday, January 12, 2009

Stop the FDA Globalization Act of 2008!!

Watch this video here and then read the Petition below. Sign the Petition opposing the FDA Globalization Act of 2008 by leaving your name and comment in the comments section below! The petition is for everyone: consumers and the small businesses who make the products they love!

This video summarizes the Indie Beauty Network's position against the Discussion Draft of the FDA Globalization Act of 2008, the legislation that would put thousands of Indies out of business by forcing them to pay outrageous registration fees and comply with burdensome paperwork.
If passed, this law would drive consumers back to the days when they could only choose between a few huge, faceless, nameless big box stores and brands for their cosmetics and personal care products. And fewer consumer choices always leads to higher prices.
Tell Congress you want none of it by reading this Petition and then leaving your comment below as your signature to the Petition opposing the draft law. Please include your name, city and state with your comment.
We are the owners of small cosmetics companies, and the customers who love their products.
We understand that laws must be in place to protect everyone from unsafe products, but we are outraged by the Draft Legislation that would require small cosmetics companies to pay thousands of dollars a year in registration fees and comply with burdensome paperwork that would serve only to put them out of business.
If passed the legislation would deny thousands of families the ability to earn an honest living, and also deprive consumers of the variety of cosmetics and personal care products available to choose from.
We oppose this law and condemn any companies that support it as being interested only in creating an unlevel playing field where small and family owned businesses will be forced from the marketplace before they even get a chance to start out.
We urge you, as our representatives in Congress, to stop this law which would serve only to make it even harder for families to support themselves. We call instead for a real and meaningful discussion about how Congressional goals can be accomplished without enacting unfair laws that make it impossible for small businesses to survive.
In signing this Petition, we formally request that the Discussion Draft of the FDA Globalization Act of 2008 be marked up so that the legitimate concerns of small businesses and the consumers they serve can be translated into reasonable laws that protect consumers without also killing small businesses by making them pay unfair fees and comply with burdensome paperwork.
We sincerely thank you for your time.
Please feel free to post the video at your blog, myspace page, website and anywhere else it can help spread the word against this anti-small and anti-family business legislation.
Click here for the YouTube link. Then copy the Embed link to the right of the video into your website, blog, etc.
Please send your customers and colleagues to this blog post to sign this Petition so we can easily keep count of the number of signatories.
After you sign the Petition by leaving your name and comments in the comments section below, you could even cut and paste the Petition text and send it to Virgil Miller at [deleted]. Mr. Miller is a Professional Staff Member with the House Energy & Commerce Committee.
Our goal is to collect 100,000 signatories to present to Congress. Support small businesses! Support a vibrant marketplace! Make Your voice count!

Sign the petition here.

Natural and Organic Cosmetics tipped to resist downturn

By Guy Montague-Jones, 09-Jan-2009. Source Cosmetics Design.

Industry insiders predict that natural and organic cosmetics will hold up well in 2009 even if they do not enjoy the dramatic sales growth of previous years.
Even in a recession people have to wash and still want to look good so cosmetics and personal care are often thought to be better insulated than other industries in a downturn.
But as disposable income drops in 2009, commentators have suggested that consumers will switch to cheaper beauty products.
Falling into a higher price bracket, organic and natural cosmetics should therefore struggle to compete in the new economic environment.
Organic resistance to recession
Not so, according to Tina Gill from Organic Monitor. The research and consultancy company expects the organic and natural sector to continue to perform well in the year ahead.
Consumers are unlikely to give up their commitment to organic products just to save a few pennies.
Gill said organic cosmetics are not even necessarily more expensive than traditional products and often a lot cheaper than those in the premium category.
Nevertheless, Gill said the natural and organic market would be affected by the economic situation. She said consumers are likely to go for more mid-range and private label organics instead of luxury options.
Variations between countries
The worldwide economic slowdown will make it harder to attract new customers. Gill does not anticipate a continuation of the dramatic growth rates of recent years but insisted that growth opportunities remain, especially in the Asian countries.
The spokesperson for international marketing at the leading natural cosmetics firm Weleda agreed, suggesting that growth would come from the LOHAS countries.
He said countries that have been hard hit by the financial crisis such as Spain will present a real challenge but that important markets such as Germany and Austria are looking strong. The picture varies between countries, but the spokesperson said that even in badly affected countries he does not expect many consumers to drop their commitment to natural and organic cosmetics.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

A Busy Mommy On The Go: MomSpit - Review and Giveaway#comment-form#comment-form

A Busy Mommy On The Go: MomSpit - Review and Giveaway#comment-form#comment-form

Follow the link for a great giveaway!!!. This is an awesome product! The no wipe, wipe has got to be one of the best products !MomSpit is the universal no rinse hand and face wash. This foaming mousse come in a convenient pump bottle that will fit easily into any purse or diaper bag. Great to have it on hand for all of your sink free Clean Up needs. It is Alcohol Free and PH balanced, so no need to worry about little hands. The product is also Biodegradable and with recyclable (or refillable) packaging makes MomSpit a great product all around the board! Now for the giveaway! The folks over at MomSpit have offered one of our lucky winners the chance to try MomSpit for themselves!

Follow the link to win it!

Friday, January 9, 2009

Is StriVectin-SD great as it is advertised?? Read below!

Researching FDA (Food and Drug Administration) website today I've stumbeled across some very interesting information about StriVectin-SD. It's been on the market for a while now claming to do pretty much everything on the "miracle" list. Now it turns out that the product violated a lot of FDA rules and regulations and perhaps may not be as safe as it claims, after all. Read below the letter from Department of Health and Human Services to the manufacturing company in it's entirety.

January 20, 2005
Mr. Dennis Gay Chief Executive OfficerBasic Research, LLC5742 W. Harold Gatty DriveSalt Lake City, Utah 84116
Ref#: Den 05-06 Amended
Dear Mr. Gay:
We are amending our Warning Letter of January 14, 2005 to include your products Mamralin-ARa, and TestroGel and are re-issuing the letter with a January 20, 2005 date. Your expected date of response for all five products is now extended to fifteen working days after this date.
This letter is in reference to your firm’s marketing and distribution of StriVectin-SD, StriVectin-SD Eye Cream, Dermalin-APg, Mamralin-ARa, and TestroGel. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reviewed the labeling for these products, including your websites at and FDA has determined that your products StriVectin-SD, StriVectin-SD Eye Cream, Dermalin-APg, Mamralin-ARa, and TestroGel are promoted with claims that cause the products to be drugs under section 201 (g)(1)(C) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the Act) (21 U.S.C. 321(g)(1)(C)).
As defined in section 201 (g)(1)(C) of the Act, the term “drug” means articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or function of the body. The labeling for your products includes several claims that demonstrate that these products are intended to affect the structure or function the body (structure/function claims). Examples of some of the structure/function claims observed in your products’ labeling include:
“Intensive Concentrate For Existing Stretch Marks (Striae Distensae)”
“Clinically Proven to Dramatically Reduce the Appearance of Existing Stretch Mark Length, Depth, Texture, and Discoloration”
“Optimum Glycosaminoglycan and Collagen Synthesis”
“Better than Botox®?”
“A stretch-mark reducing emulsion . . . to diminish fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet.”
“[S]uperior wrinkle-reducing properties of a patented oligo-peptide (called Pal-KTTKS)...on 'photo-aged skin’... [A] key ingredient in the StriVectin cream.”
“[S]ignificant improvement’ in wrinkle depth, length, wrinkle volume . . . .”
“Pal-KTTKS solution’s effectiveness at reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles...
“StriVectin-SD actually increases the synthesis of new collagen (StriVectin-SD increases collagen I synthesis by 117%, increases collagen IV synthesis by 357%, and increases glycosaminoglycan synthesis by 267%), making your skin; thicker and firmer.”“StriVectiu-SD’s clinically proven, proprietary compounds will produce a visible reduction in actual length, size, depth, feel, color, and rough texture of your existing wrinkles and/or stretch marks.” Does anyone actually know anyone who participated in this study???
“[R]educe wrinkles by as much as 68%, . . . and reduce the actual length depth, volume, and surface area of stretch marks/wrinkles.”“Q: Can StriVectin-SD® help with acne scars and other types of scarring?A: Yes.... StriVectin-SD users have reported improvement in acne scars, burn scars, chicken pox marks, scars from old injuries, etc.”
“93% of the subjects tested saw a dramatic difference in the depth, length, feel, color, and texture of stretch marks.”“Repair Existing Stretch Marks”“[C]linical observations further document the independent active StriVectin-SD isolates dramatically:
Decreased the actual length of striae (stretch marks)
Decreased the depth of indented surfaces
Increased smooth surfaces
Increased skin thickness
Increased skin firmness
Increased stimulation of collagen synthesis
Corrected irregularities in skin coloration”“StriVectin-SD: The Most Effective Stretch Mark Repair Compound Ever Developed”
“[P]roven ability to significantly eradicate the scarred striations of stretch marks.. . .”
StriVectin-SD Eye Cream (
“Same active formula as the original StriVectin-SD® . . ..”
“StriVectin-SD (the stretch-mark-reducer-turned-anti-wrinkle-phenomenon
“[S]ignificant decrease in your existing wrinkles or stretch marks . . . .”
Dermalin-APg (
"The next-generation trapsepidermal fat emulsifying gel”
“Penetrating Gel Emulsifies Fat On Contact”
“Dissolves Deep-Stored Body Fat Wherever Applied.”
“[R]educes the accumulation of ‘age-related’ body fat around your waist and abdomen.”
“[A]ctually reduce the size of ‘saddlebag’ thighs.
“[P]enetrate the skin and shrink a woman’s thigh.”
“[R]eleases fat stores from any problem area. When the fat is released from the back of a woman’s thigh, the dimpled appearance disappears because tension on the connective tissue is reduced as stored ‘depot’ fat is released. However, when the gel is applied to thetummy, waist or hips, a dramatic reduction of stored body fat occurs . . . ”
“Just apply.. . to your waist or tummy and watch them shrink in size within a matter of days.”
“Wherever you’ve got those unsightly lumps and bumps, apply Dermalin-APg and they’re gone.”
“[F]orces the fat out of adipose tissue cells . . .”
“[O]ne problem area at a time, until you’ve literally melted the fat and molded your body into a more pleasing shape.”
Mamralin-ARa (
"[D]esigned to protect a woman’s breasts from sag and shrinkage caused by weight loss
‘“The Adenosine Receptor Agonists (ARAs) in Mamralin-ARa are designed to protect (and in many cases increase) the figure-enhancing fat stores in your bust...”
“[I]nhibiting lipolysis (the process that causes the breast to release stored fat) and simulating fat uptake and retention.”
“[M]akes it difficult for your body to deplete the fat stores in you breast for energy . . .maintaining (and in many cases increasing) the figure-enhancing fat stores in your bust . ...”
“[H]elping you get rid of the excess, unwanted fat stored in your hips, thighs, abs, and buttocks . . . .”
“[A]pplying Mamralin-ARa twice a day is the best way to avoid diet induced breast sag and shrinkage.”
TestroGel (
“TestroGel for Sexual Enhancement”
“[Q]uickly raising androgen levels to give you (and your partner) the sexual confidence, stamina, and intensity it takes to truly satisfy.. -and be satisfied.”
“Testosterone-Boosting Gel . . .”
“[R]aise your testosterone levels without a doctor’s prescription . . . ”
“Increase Testosterone Without Raising Estradiol Levels”
“[S]uddenly become bigger, more ripped, more powerful, and more aggressive . . ."
“[H]ave more muscle mass, more strength, and less body fat . . .”
“[A] clinically verified alternative to prescription performance enhancers.”
Furthermore, your products are not generally recognized as safe and effective for the above referenced uses and therefore, the products are considered “new drugs” under section 201(p) of the Act. New drugs may not be legally marketed in the U.S. without prior approval from FDA [section 505(a) of the Act].
This letter is not intended to be an all inclusive review of all claims, labeling, or products your firm markets. It is your responsibility to ensure that all products marketed by your firm comply with the Act and its implementing regulations. We request that you take prompt action to correct these violations. Failure to promptly correct these violations may result in enforcement action without further notice. The Act provides for the seizure of illegal products, injunctions against the manufacturer and/or distributor of illegal products, and criminal sanctions against persons responsible for causing violations of the Act.
Please notify this office in writing within fifteen (15) working days of the receipt of this letter as to the specific steps you have taken to correct the stated violations, including an explanation of each step being taken to identify violations and make corrections to ensure that similar violations will not recur. If the corrective action cannot be completed within 15 working days, state the reason for the delay and the time frame within which the corrections will be implemented.
Any reply should be sent to the attention of Compliance Officer Shelly L. Maifarth at the above address.
Sincerely,/s/ B. Belinda CollinsDistrict Director

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Stretch Marks. Will I get them...will I not...???

There are a lot of controversy going on about stretch marks and where they are coming from and why. Truth is, that we don't like them, we don't want to get them and we would do anything to prevent them. There are a ton of creams and oils on the market promising us to prevent them or to get rid of existing ones.There are a lot of creams and remedies for stretch marks and all of them, I am sure, work to various degree. However please don't forget that getting stretch marks or not doesn't depend only on heredetary. This"science" is not cut in stone. It also depends on your age, conditionof your skin, your diet, hydration and even the place where you live and climate. As you get older you are more likely to get them since elasticity and hydration of your skin deminishes. This is why it is imperative to religiously apply rich lotions, butters, oils and creams on your belly, tights and breasts. Yes, everywhere!!! A lot of women complain that they don't work. I am sure some work better and some less, but the main issue is that most of the women just don't apply enough (3-4 times per day, as usualy says on the label). And not often enough. If you're experiencing an itch - it'a already too late(your skin is depleated). If your skin had enough mosture and oils on it - it would not itch in the first place. Don't forget about the diet too, a lot of nutrients come from within. So if you don't put it in there, it will not be coming. Fish is particularly rich with Omega fatty acids, especially salmon, that are super important for not only your skin but development of your baby too. And last, but not least.... stretchmarks are NOT heredetary! Don't forget that there is also a father involved into making you. So you can't rely on the idea that if your mother has them, you will have them too. Poor excuse for lazy... After all you may have inherited your father's genes. I am, myself, a good example of that. A bit of prevention goes a long way. Lastly, I am the owner of Sweetsation Therapy company thatspecializes in Organic and Natural Pregnancy and Baby skin care products as well as Inovative Clip'n'Sleep Baby Carriers (slings). Our Stretch mark previntion products Ellasti*Belly Miracle Caviar and Oil have more then enough prevention, containing 30+ elasticity boosting essential oils and marine extracts. There is no product on the market that would combine in itself that many ingredients in one jar. And it is an ORGANIC. I am not going to make just empty promises about how wonderful they are, everyone can try them for themselves. We offer Trial Sizes and Samples as well as a lot of giveways and Promotions.

Please visit us at
Happy pregnancies to all!!!

Mommies are a real power

Mommies never stop surprising me. I've been researching a lot of blogs lately and what can I say. My computer kept freezing off because I had so many of them minimized and kept on the same page. I just loved them all. It's amazing how much talant and creativity mothers have. Mothers of all ages, nationalities and origins. There are so many amazing giveaways I've run into, and when do they have time to do all this. Being a new mom it puzzeles me.
But hey, again, I forgot....I've developed my own company being a mom. It brings me to a conclusion - we are a massive power, very strong, supporting, talented and unstoppable, creative, pleasing and caring, loving and beautiful. Keep up being wonderful!

Monday, January 5, 2009

A Busy Mommy On The Go: Boogie Wipes Giveaway!!!

I am being somewhat new to the blogging arena but finding it pretty cool to meet other moms and their endless ideas to have some fun besides running around after their little monsters. This one I've just found.
Boogie Wipes Giveaway. Sounds like a great idea. Infused with saline to keep baby skin soft. My own Sweetsation Therapy baby skin care line doesn't offer anything like that so I would like to win it myself!!! :-) Hope I will.
Here is link to it for all that are interested.

A Busy Mommy On The Go: Boogie Wipes Giveaway!!!