Sugar Me Ginger Parfait: Don't pour some sugar on me

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What's the most sickeningly sweet thing you've ever come into contact with in your whole entire life?  Maybe it was one of the below:

  1. A big binge on ten candy flosses when you were a kid (causing you to throw up in your dads car on the way home from the 'amusements.')
  2. Eating a dozen fairy cakes with concrete thick icing at your eighth birthday party?
  3. Also aged eight, stuffing your face with Caffreys Easter Eggs given to you by a "cost conscious" aunt?

If you thought you had a surfeit of sweetness then - well you ain't experienced anything yet.

Now I like a sugar rush maybe more than the next person, so trust me when I say that Sugar Me is DISGUSTINGLY sweet.


The packaging is tweeny and uninspired. And the contents: blugh x 1000.

I picked up the Ginger Parfait Sugar Scrub (€7.50) and the matching shower and bath wash. I couldn't even use them as the smell made me feel ill.  As soon as you open the lid the sugar hits you - and not in a good way.  It hits you over the head like a hammer.

My advice? Keep your money in your pocket and check out some other delicious sugar scrubs instead (some good enough to eat) - or make your own. Unfortunately this Tesco brand ain't striking a blow for Beaut.ienomics. And it isn't even that cheap either. Boo.

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