Beautycounter believes that business should be a tool for positive change. Social responsibility and environmental stewardship should not be pitted against the desire for financial success. Most importantly for Beautycounter, we want to show that making health-protective decisions about the ingredients we use can be good for the people, the planet, and for profit. This t-fold commitment means that we’re a “triple bottom line” business. www.beautycounter.com/cameronholcomb
Eat your coffee cup without losing a tooth. This just a picture, but these go for $5 a piece at a coffee shop. It is a flat bottom waffle cone acted in chocolate. Not too hard to make I am sure, and a lot cheaper too!