You can get paid £300 to test out a range of skincare products - here’s how

Wednesday, 25th November 2020, 12:31 pm
Updated Wednesday, 25th November 2020, 12:31 pm

If you’re a fan of all things skincare - and like giving tips to family and friends about which products might work for them - then this job opportunity could be one for you.

New Nordic is looking for a skincare tester to review its recently launched and award-winning range, Beauty In & Out.

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The range has been launched across Europe, and New Nordic wants to find out directly from someone who loves skincare what they really think about the products.

The chosen applicant will get paid to review products from the Beauty In & Out range, reporting back on their favourite items.

The winner will be provided with a year’s supply of beauty products, with the aim of spending 2021 testing them out, and will receive a payment of £300 which will be staggered - half given after the first review is posted and half given after six months.

The successful candidate “must be someone who loves trying new products, sharing recommendations with friends and family, and passionate about skincare,” explains the job advertisement.

The chosen person must review the items of skincare sent, and then report back to New Nordic on their feedback of at least one product each month.

How can I apply for the role?

To apply for the role, applicants need to fill out the form on the company’s website and share their favourite skincare hack by 11.59 pm on 13 December 2020.

The advert reads, “Do you swear by natural yoghurt as a soothing face mask? Do you make your own lip scrub? Let us know below to increase your chances of winning.”

This role is open to UK residents only, and entrants must be aged 18 and over in order to apply.

Applicants must also supply their social media handle in order to indicate where their monthly reviews will be posted.

The winning applicant will be notified on 17 December 2020, via the contact details provided.