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Boulevard Coffee, page 5
AlleNorth Properties, p. 6
Amelia Bueche, D.O., page 8
Carpet Mart, page 10
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business grapevine
Edited by Curtis Hayden and Mary Silva
CORRECTION: We received a call last month from our friend Don Dolan who gently pointed out that in the Rick Bleiweiss Blog for August, in which he talked about winning big in Vegas forty years ago by betting on #76 at the roulette table, that there is no #76 in roulette. It only goes up to #36. Rick frantically searched the recesses of his brain for an explanation and came up short. “It must have been #36, then,” he said, chuckling. “It was a long time ago.” —C.H.
a commitment to customer service to her new venture.
She moved to Ashland with her family in 2003. A few years ago, she and her daughter, Alicia Croft, a graduate of Ashland High School and OSU, began looking for a retail opportunity that allowed them to blend their love of organic products and health-
centered beauty. The result is Posh Organics.
They made physical improvements to the space and expanded
the selection of organic cosmetics. The mother-daughter team prides themselves on their service and selection of top-quality, organic beauty products.
“Posh Organics is both a retail store and organic skin care spa,” Jeanne says. “Our premier skin care line is Éminence, a natural, chemical-free, organic skin care system from Hungary
The Organic
Approach to Skin
at Posh Organics
What we put on our bodies is just as important as what we put into our bodies; your skin can absorb as much as 80 percent of the products you use on your face or body. So it makes sense that the products you use—cosmetics included— should be as pure as possible. That’s the philosophy behind Posh Organics Skin Care & Spa, located at 253 E. Main.
“It’s important to use organic, paraben-free, chemical- free products derived from natural alternatives that are good for our skin,” says Jeanne Walcher, owner of Posh Organics. “It really does make a difference, not only in our health, but also in our skin’s beauty.”
Jeanne bought the former Pure Alchemy and re-opened the store as Posh Organics in February 2015. After a longtime career as a physical therapist in California, she brings an appreciation for wellness, use of healthy natural ingredients and
Jeanne Walcher, right, and her daughter Alicia Croft invite you to visit Posh Organics Skin Care at 253 E. Main.
that’s been recognized as the ‘best of the best’ in the beauty industry.” Their exceptional staff offers services for men and women alike,
including facials and waxing.
“Our aestheticians understand the different beauty needs of different age groups and skin types,” says Alicia. “Our head aesthetician has more 10 years of experience and expertise in skin care, makeup, and waxing and has been nominated for best
aesthetician in Ashland.”
Posh Organics’ commitment
to a healthy, organic approach is evidenced in the company’s eco-friendly certification. “We are excelling in maintaining environmentally friendly practices and upholding organic standards,” says Jeanne. “For every product purchased, Éminence plants a tree. To date they have planted more than 3 million trees in 19 developing countries throughout the world, of which 5,000 are attributable to purchases made in our Ashland store.”
The phone number at Posh Organics is 541-488- 4418. You can also see them at and on Facebook. —M.S.
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