This month, Tronque will donate over $20,000 worth of its Soft Focus Scar Concentrate to Endometriosis New Zealand (ENZ) to support the organisation’s fundraising activity for Endometriosis Awareness Month, which runs from 1 – 31 March.
Tronque, which launched in November 2021 and has already become one of the most sought-after clean skincare brands, was created after founder Tanné Snowden’s personal struggle with endometriosis.
Following her second eight-hour endometriosis surgery in 2019, she embarked on a journey to discover more about looking after her health – and in the process, found that most of her daily skincare products contained ingredients shown to affect the human endocrine system.
Inspired by this discovery, Tronque offers a range of Bio-Cleanical® body-care made from non-toxic, minimally processed, plant-based and organic ingredients, and makes no compromises.
The first product that Snowden set out to develop was one that would help the look and texture of her surgery scars.
By combatting uneven pigmentation, intensely nourishing skin, reducing inflammation, triggering collagen regeneration, and promoting the formation of new tissue by increasing cell turnover, Soft Focus Scar Concentrate helps to do just that, with many women reporting significant improvement in their scars after consistent use.
Now, Tanné is incredibly proud to share this life-changing product with other women living with endometriosis by partnering with ENZ.
Committed to helping those affected by the debilitating disease, Snowden says, “Partnering with Endometriosis New Zealand has been a dream of mine right from the very beginning. I am delighted to be able to donate Soft Focus Scar Concentrate and raise awareness for this amazing charity.”
“Through my own experience, I know how valuable it can be to feel supported by loved ones and the work that ENZ does to help educate Kiwis about endometriosis is truly incredible,” adds Snowden.
Delighted with the partnership, ENZ CEO Tanya Cooke said, “We are so inspired by Tanné’s story and hope it encourages others with endometriosis to see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
“As a charity, we rely entirely on donations to continue our important work, and so we are very grateful to receive this donation from Tronque and can’t wait to share it with our community,” she concludes.
ENZ supports tens of thousands of Kiwis every year. Providing unique professional services and programs, the charity aims to reach not only those who suffer from the condition, but also their loved ones.
Sharing important information and personal stories with communities, workplaces and schools, ENZ is dedicated to educating all New Zealanders about symptoms, the effects endometriosis can have on sufferers, and sharing examples of how we can all help.
Further information about endometriosis and all the information on an online auction hosted by ENZ on 21st March can be found online.