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Women Only - Qualify for a FREE Supply of Imedeen and a £25 Voucher (Aged between 40 - 50)

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To receive your FREE supply of Imedeen simply fulfill the criteria below. If you are selected to participate and complete the trial period, you will earn a voucher worth £25.00 to spend on skincare tr… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
To receive your FREE supply of Imedeen simply fulfill the criteria below. If you are selected to participate and complete the trial period, you will earn a voucher worth £25.00 to spend on skincare treats.

Once you have signed up for the survey we will send you two packets of Imedeen to use.

All you do is follow the instructions you receive and check in with us four times over the next couple of months to tell us how your skin is looking and feeling. The survey will be completed on our survey website, so it's fast and easy, simply answer the questions below to find out more.

Imedeen is a vitamin supplement that has been marketed to consumers in 50 countries worldwide since its introduction in 1991. Imedeen tablets are recommended to consumers to help reduce the effects of photo-ageing of the skin.

Requirements:

To be included, you must answer YES to the following criteria:

* Healthy females between the ages of 40 and 50 years of age.
* Caucasian, non-Hispanic or Latino females.
* Females willing and able to read and sign informed consent in English.
* Females willing and able to complete the online questionnaires over the duration of the study.

And, you must answer NO to the following criteria:

* Females under the age of 40 and over the age of 50.
* Females who are pregnant and or nursing.
* Females unwilling or unable to sign an informed consent.
* Females unwilling to complete the online questionnaires.
* Females with any uncontrolled systemic disease.
* Females who have been diagnosed with cancer, are on chemotherapy or radiation therapy, or are immunosuppressed.
* Females who are receiving UVA, UVB, Narrowband UVB, or PUVA therapy.
* Females who have participated in another research trial in which treatment was received in the past 30 days.
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#1
who voted cold and why?
please explain.

i have signed up. hope its all o.k.
#2
miss money saver;5146109
who voted cold and why?
please explain.

i have signed up. hope its all o.k.

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Think its similar to the perfectil platinum trial[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Century Gothic][SIZE=4], good luck anyway[/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR] :thumbsup:
#3
h & r added i am only 27 but signed my mum up for it thanks
#4
will give this a go thanks
#5
Totally sexist and ageist offer - a company to be boycotted.
#6
jhw;5153150
Totally sexist and ageist offer - a company to be boycotted.


[COLOR=Red][FONT=Century Gothic][SIZE=4]Cor blimey :x....... there is always one. I bet if the offer was for men and at your age you'd sign up!!!![/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR] :p :whistling:
#7
I'm male and 24...what would it do to me? Might try it out of curiosity...
#8
jhw
Totally sexist and ageist offer - a company to be boycotted.


Oh lord! Are you serious?! It is their version of a clinical trial - they want to be able to say something like "95% of women aged 40-50 saw a noticable improvement in their skin!" when they put it on the telly later in the year. Giving the stuff away for free is a good way of getting their target market to give them some feedback!

Saying something like "We had to give this away to men as well because some of them got their panties in a twist, but because it's not designed for men there was no real improvement in that demographic and we just ended up wasting money and ruining our result averages!" won't fit neatly into a TV strapline.
banned#9
ordered. thanks.

Exciting stuff!
#10
mobda;5154062
Oh lord! Are you serious?! It is their version of a clinical trial - they want to be able to say something like "95% of women aged 40-50 saw a noticable improvement in their skin!" when they put it on the telly later in the year. Giving the stuff away for free is a good way of getting their target market to give them some feedback!

Saying something like "We had to give this away to men as well because some of them got their panties in a twist, but because it's not designed for men there was no real improvement in that demographic and we just ended up wasting money and ruining our result averages!" won't fit neatly into a TV strapline.


Well said, if there was one for the men and I had found it, I would have put it on here. No pleasing some people :roll:
#11
jhw
Totally sexist and ageist offer - a company to be boycotted.


Oh Deary me!!

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