Coffee Massage Day Spa Package
Do you love the aroma of freshly ground coffee? Then a coffee massage maybe just the style for you!
Roasted coffee beans are ground and then infused in a massage oil. This is then warmed and used in a relaxation or firm style massage.
Also included is a coffee body scrub to exfoliate the skin.
And also a coffee facial to reduce redness and puffiness.
All wrapped up in a spa package for coffee lovers.
I’ve tried most of Ripple’s massages and decided to indulge in their latest, the coffee massage.
Wow is all I can say.
I’m a coffee addict, but even still I loved this one the most. The scrub was gentle enough for me not to feel to roughed up like you do with some body polishes, but had enough of the coffee granules in it to leave my skin beautifully smooth.
And I loved the coffee oil and face mask. Karen did a great job, hadn’t had her before, but very professional and really seemed to care about her work.
Lisa - Upper Coomera, Gold Coast
Where We Found It
“As soon as you walk in, the aroma hits you..
Rich, luscious, addictive, freshly ground coffee.
Everyone here is pretty switched on and bright eyed (something to do with the wicked brew perhaps?) and totally enthusiastic about what they do.
Merlo coffee in Brisbane is filled with an obsession with freshness of the coffee. Great coffee beans, freshly roasted and ground, and it shows.
So sitting in among this heady aroma, it wasn’t too far of a stretch for me to put together my two favourite things. And the coffee massage was born.
Clutching two big bags of coffee, I headed back up to Ripple’s office on Tamborine Mountain, gathered the Ripple team, and we started experimenting with infusing the coffee in a whole host of products.
Three days later we had nailed it. A range of coffee massage and beauty products, unique to Ripple, used in our coffee massage. Heaven.” – Ali
Coffee Massage Package
3 Hour Coffee Massage Package
Luscious coffee massage with our especially infused oil, plus another massage of your choice
Chinese foot reflexology and foot bath
Coffee face mask, perfect for reducing lines, inflammation and redness, hot steamed towels
Coffee scrub with freshly ground coffee exfoliation, polishes and smoothes skin
Collagen anti ageing face mask to nourish facial lines
Remove stress with an Indian Head Massage
Gift box of Ripple spa products
Why Coffee Is Good For The Skin
Coffee is fantastic for reducing puffiness of the skin. The caffeine reduces skin inflammation, particularly good for around the eyes. Our coffee massage package includes a coffee facial, including freshly ground fine coffee and a nourishing mask, reducing the appearance of swelling.
Coffee is also good for reducing redness of the skin. Again the anti inflammatory properties of the caffeine helps eliminate blotchiness when used topically. Simply apply as a facial mask, leave it on for a few minutes and gently wash off with warm water.
The finely ground coffee used in the facial mask also acts as a very gentle exfoliation and will gently remove old dead skin cells and stimulate the skin and blood flow to the skin to help regenerate new ones.
Minimises the appearance of cellulite – this isn’t a permanent solution (sorry!) .. used in a body scrub, it will temporarily make the skin look less like orange peel. However one thing that does last longer is that the coffee body scrub is great for polishing your body’s skin and increasing circulation. We use finely ground coffee so it is gentle on the skin
Why Is Coffee Healthy?
Wake up and smell the coffee! This catch phrase could have far more reaching effects than you know.
Coffee is a great stimulant It aids in keeping us awake. The caffeine will stimulate your adrenalin glands and is a quick way to kick start the morning.
Lots of antioxidants. Antioxidants are a defence for our bodies against free radicals. Free radicals are molecules that can latch onto the cells of our body and cause damage. Coffee has a high antioxident level, so if kept to a couple of cups a day, can be really healthy for your body.
Potential benefits include protections against liver and colon cancer. Studies out of Canada suggest that drinking coffee can help your liver health.
Enhances performance Before a workout, a strong cup of coffee can be just the bolt of lighting jolt the body needs. It becomes a fuel for athletes as coffee increase the fatty acids in the blood stream which in turn can be burned into fuel. The coffee will burn before carbohydrates, giving more energy to the athlete.
Can coffee stop diabetes ? It would seem that there are compounds in coffee that inhibited the hIAPP – a substance know to cause type two diabetics. Research studies has shown those drinking 4 cups of coffee a day were 50% less likely to develop type two diabetics.