Here’s How To Get $250 And Try New Products [4 NEW STUDIES]

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Now that NJ has mostly reopened, we can all start to get back to doing some of the things we did pre-COVID (although a little differently, of course). So here’s an idea we’re on board with—trying out new-to-the-market stuff and getting paid for it. Yup, you read that right—thanks to Consumer Product Testing Labs you can get paid to try out products (some studies are paying up to $250), provide valuable feedback that shapes and helps develop the product, and bring home a stash of the latest stuff before it hits store shelves. CPT has reopened, and they’ve got a bunch of new studies with cool new products for the whole family to try, including kids stuff and self-care goodies. Read on to find out how and when you can have a say, and learn more about CPT as well as how they’re taking actions to keep their panelists and staff safe with state-mandated operating guidelines.

Here are CPT’s newest must-know trials

CPT reopened June 8 and has studies available for both women and men. Simply 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: The studies change frequently, and they are always posting new ones, so be sure to like CPT’s Facebook page for daily updates and new studies. When you’re ready to commit, check in with them to find out if the one you want is still available. And upon reopening, CPT has implemented multiple precautionary and safety procedures such as wearing a face mask, social distancing protocols, limiting the number of panelists onsite at a time, arriving 15- minutes early to your scheduled appointment, a temperature pre-check, 6-feet spacing throughout the building, and more (see below), so you can feel confident that you will be safe while on the property and in the building.  And keep in mind, their take-home studies pay between $45 and up depending on the study details, which may be based on how many visits and how long the study lasts.

Face Moisturizer Study is looking for females and males age 18-79 on August 4 and 19. At your first visit, you’ll receive a facial exam for qualification by a Board Certified Dermatologist. You’ll then be given the test material, instructions, and a daily diary to record your usage. After 2 weeks you’ll return for your second and final visit where you will have a second facial exam. Payment is $45

14-Day Cumulative Patch Back Study is open to males and females ages 18-79 on July 28, 29, 30, 31, and August 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, and 11. All dates are mandatory, and you must have self-perceived sensitive skin. Payment is $175.

Foundation Study is for females ages 20-50 on July 28, August 18, and September 8. At your first visit, you’ll receive an exam of your face by a Board Certified Dermatologist. If you qualify, you’ll receive your test material, use instructions, and a daily diary. You’ll return every 3 weeks for your second and final exams. Payment is $70.

Feminine Cream Product Study is for females ages 18-24 on July 29 and August 26. You’ll first receive an exam by a Board Certified Gynecologist. If you qualify, you’ll then receive your test material, use instructions, and a daily diary. You’ll return 4 weeks later for your second and final exams. Payment is $120.

Mascara Study is looking for females ages 18-65 on July 30 and August 27. You’ll first receive a brief qualifying eye exam by a Board Certified Ophthalmologist. If you qualify, you’ll receive your test material, instructions, and a daily diary to record your usage. You’ll then return four weeks later for your second and final visit. Payment is $55.

Loose Powder Study is for females ages 18-45 on July 31 and August 28. You’ll first receive a face exam by a Board Certified Dermatologist. You’ll then receive your test material, instructions, and a diary to keep track, and then go back for a final exam. Payment is $55.

Photo Allergy/Photo Toxicity Study is looking for males and females ages 18-65 on August 3 through 7, 10 through 14, 17 through 21, and August 31 through September 4. All dates are mandatory for this study. Payment is $250.
Foundation Study is for females ages 18-65 on August 3, 24, and September 14. First, you’ll have your face examined by a Board Certified Dermatologist. Then you’ll be given your test material, instructions, and a diary. All 3 visits are mandatory. Payment is $70.
Feminine Wash Study is open to females ages 18–55 on August 4 and 18. At both visits, you’ll receive an exam by a Board Certified Gynecologist, the test material, instructions for usage, and a daily diary to keep track. Payment is $80.

Get started today

Before you sign up, read what other mamas are saying about their experiences with reviewing and earning some extra money, too. When you’re ready, click here to fill out the application. If you’re not seeing anything that piques your interest now, 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 the testing of personal care, pharmaceutical, and therapeutic products. From 1975, the company has put integrity first and foremost 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.

Consumer Product Testing Company
70 New Dutch Lane
Fairfield, New Jersey 07004
Phone: (973) 359-5879

CPT Safety Measures Statement:

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.

Consumer Product Testing℠ Company, Inc. (CPT℠) has implemented a Biosafety and Security Policy, with the core objective of establishing sustainable safe operations for our employees and panelists, as a result of the COVID‐19 pandemic. We based our policy upon analyzing best practices and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Safety Council (NSC), and local and state guidance in New Jersey.

When you arrive at our facility, the new precautionary and safety procedures outlined below will help keep you and our staff safe during these challenging times.
• CPT℠ will be limiting the number of panelists in our facility at any one time.

• While onsite, you will need to adhere to social distancing protocols. You will be asked to remain 6 feet apart from one another when in any waiting area. Each area will have spacing markers on the floor.

• We ask that you patiently wait your turn and allow more time for your visit due to the social distancing regulations.

• Our security officers will be helping facilitate social distancing and compliance with all safety procedures.

• Before your visit, you will be asked several questions concerning your general health, and you will be required to confirm those answers when you visit the facility. Any panelist exhibiting signs of COVID‐19 will not be scheduled for a clinical trial and will be turned away from our facility should they appear.

• Panelists will be required to keep your appointment schedules.

• Panelists will be required to arrive at the facility 15 minutes before their scheduled time. Personal items, other than identification required for participation, will not be allowed in the facility. You may be asked to wait in your car until you are called into the building. Please dress appropriately.

• Panelists will not be allowed to have anyone accompany them into the facility for their appointment. No children or additional family members.

• Panelists will be required to wear masks that meet minimum standards for their protection and the safety of our staff in accordance with the NJ State Mandate and the CPT℠ Biosafety and Security Policy. If the security officers deem that a mask does not meet the minimum standards, you will not be allowed in the building. You must keep the mask on at all times when onsite and in the facility.

• Panelists who are scheduled for a trial will have their temperature taken for a pass/fail and any panelist that fails will not be admitted to the facility.

• Panelists who are admitted into the facility will sanitize their hands before entering the laboratory and again on leaving the facility.

• Panelists shall refrain from touching hard surfaces, such as doorknobs, counters, and benches.

• Panelists shall refrain from using the CPT℠ restrooms. Please plan ahead.

• Panelists will follow all traffic flow patterns established in the building, following the visual cues, as well as all directions from staff for physical distancing.

• Panelists shall be provided trial documents, that need to be read and signed, in a container that will be sanitized after each use. Their daily schedule, instructions, and additional study paperwork will be provided in this sealed plastic zip‐lock bag. Each time that panelists arrive for their clinical trial, they will return with their trial documents in that sealed plastic zip‐lock bag.

• Panelists shall not loiter in the building but will sanitize their hands on exiting the building immediately upon completion of their trial visit.

We want to make all of our panelists feel comfortable when participating in studies at our facility. We will be doing our best to make this a positive experience for all of our panelists. We welcome you to visit our website to see the summary of our policy for participating in a clinical trial, as well as available, new studies.


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Athena is a former nursery school teacher turned marketing wizard at NJMOM, who lives for fashion and globetrotting. As an aunt to 9 little humans, she loves finding cool new activities to do together that will keep everyone smiling. On any given weekend day, you can find Athena eating all the Greek food at her fave local NJ restaurant, Local Greek, in Princeton. Which, not so ironically, is owned by her big fat Greek family.

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