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Clinical Trial 36601

Phoenix, AZ 85012

Study Summary:

BioScreen Clinical is looking for women like YOU to test, study and give your opinions on a vast array of beauty, cosmetic, and skin care products from the world’s largest, most trustworthy brands in the personal care industry. All results and opinions you offer during a study are valued and help contribute to the final product your friends and family will see on store shelves. 

For each study you are selected to participate in, you will receive on average $120-$160 in compensation. We also have a referral rewards program, so tell your friends about BioScreen Clinical and earn even more money! 

Our technologically advanced testing facility islocated in Midtown Phoenix. An onsite concierge who is trained to ensure that your visit is successful and productive oversees each lab. All studies are performed under GCP procedures and BioScreen Clinical is an FDA regulated company. BioScreen clinical studies range from verifying anti-aging claims, over-the-counter (OTC) drug efficacy, and acne treatment, to testing a variety of product categories including topical devices for skin treatment. All studies are non-invasive. 

Qualified Participants Must:

• Be Healthy women volunteers Be between 18 and 65 years of age
• Not be pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant
• Not have any immune disorder

Qualified Participants May Receive:

Compensation ranges based on length and involvement of studies. We also pay unlimited referral bonuses, so if you know somone who may be interested, please ask us about our referral program!

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