Free 5-Product Acne Regimen
Do you have blemishes and acne? Then you need to try an Acne cleanser, toner, moisturizer, spot gel & clay mask from the PinkPanel. If you love beauty and skincare freebies, then this is one you need to go for! Because not only does The Pink Panel offer full-size freebies you can’t get in stores, but they also pay you! Apply for this 5-Product Acne Regimen testing opportunity!
Pink Panel is looking for women to test a product line consisting of a cleanser, toner, moisturizer, spot gel & clay mask! Gen Z and younger Millennials who experience various types of acne are encouraged to apply.
For this study, you’ll be required to use all 5 test products for 28 days, and fill out 3 surveys in total about your experience.
For testing these products and completing the three surveys on time, you’ll receive a $100 e-gift card to the testing brand’s website.
So, head on over and answer the screener questions to see if you qualify for this one. If you do, then they’ll contact you with further instructions. Not everyone will qualify for this product testing opportunity. Of course, if you’re chosen you will want to do exactly what they ask. The Pink Panel is a great one to get involved with, but if you don’t do what you’re supposed to do they’ll end your participation and you will not receive future products to review. In other words, it is very important that you complete anything you agree to do.
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How Product Tests Work
Product Tests have a few more steps than easy freebies you only have to give your shipping info to get. But, since they’re usually full-size products and more valuable items, it’s worth it!
Sometimes there may be a short survey so that you can be matched up with the products and/or companies looking for people like you. And product tests always have a limited supply of free things, so you’re applying to get the freebie but it’s not guaranteed. Often, product tests require that you try the item and review it or tell them what you think of it. Not to be confused with “free with a review.” See our big list of Product Test opportunities and learn more here.