Meet the women using coffee to answer all your beauty needs

… reduce the appearance of certain skin conditions.” Johnson founded Melbourne-based Frank Body along with fellow copywriters Erika Geraerts and Jess Hatzis in 2013 after her partner Steve Rowley, a coffee shop owner, noticed he’d had a number of older women coming into one of his cafes and asking to take away the leftover coffee grinds. Initially assuming the women wanted to use the leftovers as fertiliser in their gardens, he soon discovered the actual reason – they were using it as a body …

Queenstown: Chocolate coated fun – Travel – NZ Herald News

… will turn chocolate likers into chocolate lovers. Koko Black, a boutique chocolate company from Australia, opened its first offshore chocolate salon in Queenstown late last year. owner and founder Shane Yardley chose the picturesque location for a number of reasons. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Queenstown: Chocolate coated fun – Travel – NZ Herald News …

12 most annoying things customers do when ordering coffee

… “I have lots of time to brew anger.” Uh oh. Here, the 12 most annoying things that customers do when ordering coffee. 1. Talking on a cell phone This is the number one offense according to every barista who I interviewed. “It makes my side of the transaction a little bit harder,” says Sam Penix, owner of New York City’s Everyman Coffee. “I just want to get you your drink so you have a nice rest of the day. I didn’t get into this business to be a vending …

Loose Leaf Tea Market offers natural remedies for stress relief 

By Allison Hurtado | October 18, 2015 The owners of Lose Leaf Tea Market in Ahwatukee Foothills say they often come across patients suffering from stress, but rarely do they know what’s causing it — or how many natural ways they can address the situation. “It affects people in so many different ways,” said Kita Centella, co-owner of the shop which features herbs, teas and natural remedies for a variety of ailments. “Sometimes we have to work round about in order to help people …

Loose Leaf Tea Market offers natural remedies for stress relief 

By Allison Hurtado, Ahwatukee Foothill News | October 18. 2015 The owners of Lose Leaf Tea Market in Ahwatukee Foothills say they often come across patients suffering from stress, but rarely do they know what’s causing it — or how many natural ways they can address the situation. “It affects people in so many different ways,” said Kita Centella, co-owner of the shop which features herbs, teas and natural remedies for a variety of ailments. “Sometimes we have to work round about in …