A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend an incredible event here in Chattanooga, hosted by a skincare company called Therapon.
I had never heard of the company before, but as I started learning about them, I was truly impressed. First and foremost, they take producing the very best skincare products on the market very seriously. From their site, “Our policy is that every Therapon product must outperform any other product in its class and must have its own unique function in the skin restoration process before receiving the Therapon name.”
We had the opportunity to try out their products and I was impressed with the results. We each had facials using the products, and also got our makeup done. I couldn’t help but notice that the ladies who had already had their facials but hadn’t yet had their makeup done really did have a natural glow.
I really appreciated that the company let the products speak for themselves at this event, and didn’t try to make a case for why we should buy them or why we should blog about them (I’m under absolutely no obligation to talk about Therapon!).
What they DID talk about was the nonprofit Operation Smile, and how they have a goal of raising $5 million for that organization over the next 5 years. The founder of Therapon (a doctor) has worked with this organization and even performed some of their operations. He is dedicated to their mission and sees Therapon as a way to not only radically change the quality of skincare available to women, but also make a huge difference in the lives of children all over the world. Rock on, Therapon. A company gets my attention any time they get serious about making a difference. In fact, if anyone decided to make a purchase during the event, 100% of the proceeds went to Operation Smile. Therapon was making it clear that they weren’t out for our money, and I thought that was really cool.
I wanted to recommend to my readers that you subscribe to Therapon’s blog. When you do, you’ll be eligible for their monthly giveaway of $100 in products. Since the blog is still pretty new, the subscriber numbers are kind of low (which means your odds of winning are kind of high!). Also, the content is really good! I’m enjoying their posts, for sure.
Many thanks, Therapon, for supporting female bloggers, providing superior skin health products and for making such a big commitment to Operation Smile.