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I was so thrilled when my subscription boxes arrived in the mail. First Impressions say a lot, and the packaging was so sophisticated. Crisp white boxes with a simple yellow ribbon. Inside, the Just -Right Sized Products were well cushioned with filler, and wrapped in the Ginkgo & Grace signature tissue paper. And what fantastic products they were indeed!
About Ginkgo & Grace
From the Founder:After yet another surgery for skin cancer, I decided I should be taking better care of my skin. As a Baby Boomer, I was a bit late to the game, having spent way more than half my life enjoying the sun and always seeking a glowing tan for my pale skin. What I ended up with was visible skin damage and all the skin cancers.Coupled with the ‘new normal’ of post menopausal changes, finding new skin care products became a huge challenge. I yearned for a way to try different brands without spending a fortune on experiments. Knowing that subscription boxes were quickly filling every niche market, I was convinced that the right products would appear on my doorstep if I only subscribed to one curated specifically for older women, so I put it on my Christmas list. After all the gifts had been opened, my daughter, who is extremely familiar with boxes and internet searching, revealed that there were “exactly zero” boxes for women my age! Evidently, we are a group that is invisible to the marketplace. She suggested that I build such a box and start a new company….so that is what I did.I sought high quality products made with natural ingredients. I sought companies that care about our world and our environment. I wanted sizes small enough to try out in a reasonable period of time, without a huge commitment. And I wanted to package them artfully and elegantly with as little waste as possible.
Show some love to yourself, or someone special on this holiday’s gift giving list, with a boxed set from Ginkgo & Grace! What impresses you the most, about this new subscription box offering? The products themselves, the story behind the box, or maybe that Ginkgo & Grace gives a percentage of each sale to charity?