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liftUPlift is a marketplace where people around the world shop directly from woman-owned businesses.

liftUPlift stores must be at least 50% woman-owned

To open a liftUPlift store, a business must be at least 50% owned by one or more women.  Truthfulness and honesty matter a lot on liftUPlift, and we ask sellers to list business owners and stakeholders on their “Maker Story” tab. Misrepresenting yourself or your business is grounds for immediate dismissal from liftUPlift.

Products Sold Must Be 100% Nontoxic

Prohibited ingredients items that violate our policies are not allowed on liftUPlift. 

We also reserve the right to remove stores and listings that do not align with liftUPlift’s mission to advance women’s power and end all forms of violence against women worldwide.

liftUPlift Stores are Independent Businesses

liftUPlift stores have their own policies, payment methods, and shipping and fulfillment methods. Stores on liftUPlift must meet liftUPlift’s standards of customer service and be accountable for upholding their posted policies.

In the unlikely event that a transaction does not go as planned, the buyer and seller should work together to reach a resolution. If they can’t reach a resolution, they can use liftUPlift’s mediation system.

Learn more about buying and selling on liftUPlift in our Seller Terms of Use and General Terms of Service. liftUPlift’s Marketplace Integrity team may reach out to stores in violation of our guidelines. While we prefer to help you bring your store into compliance with our rules, liftUPlift may close immediately and without warning.

FAQ’s About Selling on liftUPlift

FAQ’s Who can sell? We verify that each business in our marketplace is at least 50% owned by one or more women. Who manages the stores? Each stores is independently managed by the seller. Your store will have a unique URL in this format: How and when do sellers get paid? Sellers receive payment immediately,…

Prohibited Ingredients

The following ingredients are NOT ALLOWED in any products sold on liftUPlift. We provide explanation for this policy alongside each listed ingredient. BHA: The National Toxicology Program classifies butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) as “reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen.” It can cause skin depigmentation. BHA has been show to produce liver damage and stomach cancers…

Tips for Providing Great Customer Service on liftUPlift

Following these points can help you provide great customer service on liftUPlift: Fill out your Store Description (brand overview) and Seller Info (your story) section and tell shoppers the story of your shop and business. Honor your shipping and returns policies Respond to messages in a timely manner Try to work out disagreements or disputes directly…