This post is sponsored by Consumer Product Testing Labs.
New season, new you— and a chance to earn extra cash that will come in handy during the holidays. With Consumer Product Testing Labs (CPT), you can sample brand-new self-care and beauty products before they go on store shelves and get paid. Simply sign up, visit the CPT laboratory to qualify, pick up the product, try it at home, and revisit CPT to report back (your feedback helps shape the final product). The best part is that you and your family can test stuff you can use, like sunscreen and skin treatments, and family products like baby wipes and deodorant. With studies updated weekly, there are plenty of chances to sign up now (dates for recent trials are below) and be on the list for future ones. Read on to learn more about current CPT studies, and check back here for updates. (Featured Image Photo: istock/PeopleImages)
Here are CPT’s newest must-know trials
With studies available for women, men, and kids, CPT is easy to sign up for and do. Click on the links for more in-depth details about each study, and keep in mind the initial visit determines if you qualify. Also, good to note that the studies change and new ones are added frequently, so be sure to like CPT’s Facebook page for daily updates. When you’re ready to commit, check in with them to determine if the study you want is still available. You can also call to make an appointment to get qualified to become a panelist and be notified of the latest studies. FYI—Sunscreen products are tested in their photobiology laboratory, and all take-home studies pay $30 and up, depending on the number of visits and how long the study lasts.
RIPT Patch Back Study #1 for males and females ages 18-79. Visits are in Boonton from October 18-November 22, the rest from November 9-19, and challenge dates on November 20, 21, and 22. Payment is $200 + $25 gas stipend. Refer a friend for their first RIPT study and receive a $40 finder’s fee.
RIPT Patch Back Study #2 for males and females ages 18-79. Visits are in Fairfield from October 25-November 15, with no visits from November 16-26 and mandatory challenge visits on November 27, 28, and 30. Payment is $200 + $25 gas stipend.
14-Day Cumulative Back Patch Test Study for males and females ages 18-79. Visits start on October 31 and end on November 14 in the Fairfield facility. Payment is $200.
Four-Week Gynecological In-Use Safety Evaluation of Condoms Study for males and females ages 18-65. Visits November 2 and November 30 in the Fairfield facility. Payment is $50 for males and $80 for females.
Future Studies To Come—Call 973-965-8195 and press 5 to get on the list
Get started today
Before you sign up, read what other mamas say about their experiences with reviewing and earning some extra money. Click here to determine what you need to do to become a panelist when you’re ready. If you don’t see anything that piques your interest, you can still register to become a panelist. Stop by CPT to fill out a health profile, and they’ll notify you when a study fits your credentials.
CPT is a global leader in testing personal care, pharmaceutical, and therapeutic products. Since 1975, the company has prioritized integrity when testing products and creating clinical trials.
This post is sponsored by Consumer Product Testing, a company dedicated to providing safe and ethical studies for you and your family.
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The health of our panelists and staff is our primary concern. Panelists will be contacted to schedule appointments for all studies, including patch tests. You will only be admitted into the facility if you have a scheduled appointment.
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