Jumat, 11 September 2009

Tips on Writing Reviews on New Skin Care Products

The first thing to note is that everyone has opinions and writing reviews on new skin care products is one way of expressing your opinions. The second thing is you should have at least tried the product or researched it well to write one.

Now that you are ready to write your review, what are you going to be putting into it?
You can talk about the packaging, the product's performance and its value. The best product is one that is safe and meets your needs. You can also discuss the marketing strategies and price of the product. For example the effectiveness, the packaging, and the price can be included in a review speaking about the true value of the product.

For a truly honest review you should probably, as I said before try the product and/or intensely research it. Find out about the company as well. Every opinion is important and valued.

Here are a few ideas to maybe spark your review. Discuss ingredients, the good (natural ingredients such as Cynergy TK, Nano-lipobelle Q10, and Phytessence Wakame) and the bad (chemicals, preservatives, fillers and synthetic materials and their link to cancer and depression and many other health concerns). This could be part of a discussion on how well the product works or how it doesn't. Try not to sound too "professional" but don't talk down to people either. Sometimes the tone of a typical conversation works really well.

If you have negative things to say about the product then I would guard yourself from being overly critical. Some reviews that I have seen have bordered on being nasty and slanderous. Do you remember the show Dragnet? Sergeant Friday when people started to ramble on, would say: the facts only the facts. In reviews, explanations and opinions are permitted though they should be brief because there is usually limited space.

Reviews on new skin care products are especially valued because many people want to hear others comments about a product before they try it. That's actually not a bad idea. If reviews are more positive than negative the product is probably adequate for your needs.
On the other hand, if they are more negative than positive you would most likely be better off to keep looking for just the right product for you.

Here are some last minute tips on writing reviews. It's is important to know that what you put in your reviews is easy to read. You should have some experience with or knowledge of the product. Writing reviews can be fun, informative and interesting. I know that reading them is cool also. Believe it or not, there really are reviews on reviews and you can find them online.

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