Interview with Boxfab, cruelty free gifts

BoxFab is part of the momentum that is building behind compassionate, humane shopping.

makeup1Can you tell us what’s special about your online store?
Boxfab is a product of the evident change in mass consciousnesses. As our societies access more information and we make more educated choices about the products we bring home and use, the demand for cruelty- free and earth- friendly products grows. BoxFab is part of the momentum that is building behind compassionate, humane shopping. Although vegan-owned and operated, the driving force behind BoxFab is the desire to attract a wide audience. We are a young site that is easy on the eye and easy to navigate. And while we appreciate the abundance of products available to all of us, our highest joy is to showcase the ones that are fabulously vegan, cruelty free and eco friendly. We are growing with our audience, we listen and learn from each other, our customers and our partners. Our focus is on everybody’s well-being – people, animals and the planet.

What motivated you to start an eco-friendly store?
We were stimulated by the idea of translating our love for all living things into creating a platform where people would find fabulous, tried and true Eco products. We love new experiences, new awakenings so it was the next logical step for us to embark on this adventure of coming together and collaborating with people who create eco friendly products and people who are inspired to live their healthiest, happiest lives.

What green issues are you most passionate about?
We are passionate about the well-being of people, animals and the planet. We are all connected so we believe in taking care of each other and being kind to the animals and the planet. Everything that people do is tied to the greater ecosystem. The biggest issue we are most passionate about is seeing the shift to healthy living, seeing people make different choices for themselves and the planet.

What advice would you have for other aspiring social and green entrepreneurs?
Focus on the solutions, not the problems. There is so much negatively charged information, backed by graphic pictures, that it is easy to lose sight of the positive change you want to be. Focus upon what is positive while allowing others the freedom of their choices.

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