About How Sweet It Is!
How Sweet It Is promises it's the gentlest way to remove facial hair. They claim their cream will not only get rid of "embarrassing" peach fuzz painlessly, but it will also improve your complexion at the same time.
How Sweet It Is is marketed by Plymouth Direct, a company that is not BBB-accredited and currently receives an F rating due to over 80 complaints in the last 3 years.
How How Sweet It Is Works
How Sweet It Is comes in a 2 oz. jar; they say its ingredients are all-natural and consist of "sugars, herbs, and essential oils," but fail to elaborate further. To use How Sweet It Is, place the jar in warm water. Spread a thin layer on the area of your face you want to remove hair and place the included fabric strip on top. Then, lift strip away and they say you will be left with a fuzz-free face. They claim How Sweet It Is only sticks to the hair, not the skin so its removal is painless; they tout it also exfoliates dead skin cells, resulting in a better complexion and a more "youthful you."
How Sweet It Is Includes:
- 2 oz. jar How Sweet It Is
- "Bonus" 2 oz. jar (extra S&H)
- 12 applicators
- 24 fabric strips
How Sweet It Is Pricing, Returns, and Privacy
How Sweet It Is sells for $10 plus $7.95 S&H and an additional $7.95 for the "free" jar, making the true total $25.90 for 4 oz. of peach fuzz remover. You have 30 days to try How Sweet It Is, but even if you return it you will not get your $15.90 S&H returned.
Bottom Line: Is How Sweet It Is a Scam?
We think yes. The company has a terrible BBB rating, the product is expensive with the non-refundable fees being more than the retail price, and they will spam you with solicitations once they have your info. And, besides, this is a made-up problem: peach fuzz on a woman's face is perfectly natural and definitely not embarrassing.