Did you know companies send out freebies by mail in exchange for reviews and customer feedback? Who doesn’t want to know how to get free products from companies? You’ve just got to know which companies and how to ask. Don’t worry, I’ve got you!

I’ve compiled a list of the top freebies from companies around the web, according to users. I’ve signed up for all of these and have found it takes awhile to receive free stuff, so be patient! Gotten freebies? Please share in the comments!

Just one caveat, though. While these are free, they will cost you your data, which many of these companies, if not all, will sell to marketing lists, and you’ll be flooded with spam. What I did was create a new Gmail account, sign up for a Google Voice phone number (all free), and give my office address for delivery. If you have a P.O. Box, even better. All of this to avoid spam.

You can also check out the KCL Freebie Deals page to find more great deals and download the KCL app and you’ll get an alert when I see a new freebie!

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1. Become an Influenster to get free samples like Pantene, Always, and Downy.



Influenster sends out a box full of free product samples (called ‘VoxBox’) for you to try in exchange for reviews. All you need to do is create a profile, fill it out with your lifestyle and brand preferences, follow Influenster on all social media channels, and if you qualify, you’ll be sent a box to try out! Read Influenster’s Privacy Policy.

NOTE: Sometimes Influenster requires you to do a little extra to get a box, like take a “Shelfie” with a specific brand of shampoo or conditioner, or review products you currently use or have used.


2. Create a profile with PINCHme and get a box of beauty and snack samples.

PINCHme is always offering different products in exchange for a review. Join PINCHme and you’ll get a box of free product samples. To give you an idea of what you can expect to see, this is what I’ve received in one box in the past:

  • Garnier Whole Blends Gentle Shampoo & Conditioner Oat Delicacy
  • Skittles Sweet Heat Candies
  • Garnier New Fructis 1 Minute Hair Mask
  • SlimFast SlimCafé 100% Free Gratuity Coupon
  • Bioré Baking Soda Acne Cleansing Foam

Two weeks after you receive your samples, feedback surveys will be available for the products you tried. You’ll have 60 days to complete your surveys before they expire, so don’t forget. Read PINCHme’s Privacy Policy.


3. Get free toys like LeapFrog for your kids with MomSelect.

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Sign up for MomSelect as a ‘Mom’ or ‘Mom Blogger’ and you’ll have the option to participate in multiple programs like in-home parties, questions, surveys, and most importantly — product samples! Read MomSelect’s Privacy Policy.


4. Get free products like L’Oreal, Olay, Swiffer, and more with BzzAgent.

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Sign up for BzzAgent and you’ll gain access to full-size samples you can try out for free in exchange for reviews afterward. Read BzzAgent’s Privacy Policy.


5. Receive the latest beauty products with Marie Claire.

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Sign up for Marie Claire’s Velvet Rope Club and you’ll have access to free products like lipstick, mascara, handbags, and more. Best part? You don’t even have to leave a review.

You’ll also get access to special offers, sweepstake entries, and insider events. Read Marie Claire’s Privacy Policy.



6. Receive full-size free beauty products with Vogue Insiders.

Join the Vogue Insiders team and you’ll have access to test the latest beauty products and trends! You may need to take short surveys or join panels in order to qualify, but you don’t have to review afterward. Read Vogue Insiders’ Privacy Policy.


7. Use points to score full-size samples with CrowdTap.

CrowdTap is a platform where you can earn points through polls, questionnaires, uploading photos, leaving comments, and more! Cash in those points for free samples like Always, Tampax, Silk yogurt, Silk Nutchello, and Splenda or for gift cards to retailers like Amazon.

Register for an account, click on ‘Samples’ to see what you can get, and start earning! Read CrowdTap’s Privacy Policy.


8. Test products and get rewarded in gift cards with The Pink Panel.

Join The Pink Panel, then follow them on Facebook. You’ll soon start to receive emails with testing opportunities. Products include skin care products, facial cleansing brushes, and even hair straighteners!

Not only will you receive free products, but you’ll also get rewarded after you review them with $25 – $100 in gift certificates or beauty products! Read Pink Panel’s Privacy Policy.


9. Test even more beauty products with InStyle Trendsetters.

Just like Glamour Glam Spotters and Vogue Insiders, InStyle Trendsetters also lets you test the latest trends in beauty. You’ll contribute to the magazine by giving your feedback.

Each time you review a product or complete a survey, you’ll be entered into the ‘Instyle Quarterly Panel’ sweepstakes where a grand prize winner will win up to $100 in gift cards. Read InStyle’s Privacy Policy.


10. Get matched with products by creating a VocalPoint profile.

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Register for an account on VocalPoint, then fill out your profile and you’ll be notified when free samples are available that fit your profile and interests.

Products range anywhere from hair appliances and gift cards to full-size food samples and high-value coupons. You’ll be asked to review afterward.

You’ll need to enter your email address, zip code, birth date, and gender. After you do that, you’ll be prompted to agree to VocalPoints’s Privacy Policy.



11. Become an active member on SheSpeaks to do free product testing.

SheSpeaks is an online platform where women can share their opinions about life, weigh in on topic discussions, and participate in surveys. SheSpeaks awards active members with free product testing.

Try out skin care products, kitchen cleaners, and makeup, then give your opinion afterward.

Just like with VocalPoint, you’ll need to enter your email address, zip code, birth date, and gender before you have to agree to SheSpeaks’ Privacy Policy.


12. Test spices with McCormick Consumer Testing.

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Sign up for McCormick Consumer Testing, fill out your profile, and within a few days, McCormick will accept or decline your application. If you’re accepted, you’ll be sent an email confirmation.

You’ll be testing McCormick spices and seasonings and be sent a follow-up survey.

Plan to enter your name, email address, phone number, birth date, race, and which field you’re employed in before you can apply for testing. Read McCormick’s Privacy Policy.


13. Receive full-size products like OxiClean with Smiley360.

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Sign up for Smiley360, keep your profile current, participate in discussions, interact with Smiley360 on social media, take surveys, and you’ll start to qualify for “missions,” which are what Smiley360 calls product testing — you’ll receive a card with instructions for missions.

Usually, your instructions will be to try the product, share your thoughts on social media, and participate in any extra opportunities like connecting with a brand on Facebook or sharing a coupon with a friend.

You’ll be notified in your account and email when your mission is waiting.

When you create a profile with your email address to sign up, you’ll be asked to provide your zip code, birth date, and gender in order to proceed further. Read Smiley360’s Privacy Policy.


14. Test out free L’Oreal makeup like mascara, eyeliner, lipstick, and more.

Register for a L’Oreal consumer testing account and you’ll be able to test products under the L’Oreal umbrella — like Garnier, Lancome, Redken, and many more. Once you test, you’ll be asked to review.

Specific types of products include hair care, cosmetics, skin care, and sun care.

When you sign up, you’ll be asked how you heard about L’Oreal consumer testing, and after that, you’ll need to fill out your email address, phone number, birth date, and more. Read L’Oreal’s Privacy Policy.


15. Wash your clothes for free with Snuggle Bear Den.

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In order to join the Snuggle Bear Den, you’ll have to register for an account, keep your profile current, and take surveys, then you’ll start to qualify for free Snuggle products.

You’ll be notified of free products via your Snuggle Bear Den account and your email.

To create an account, enter your email address and confirm your account. After that, you’ll be asked to enter your zip code, birth date, and gender. Read Snuggle Bear Den’s Privacy Policy.



16. Test Johnson & Johnson products with Friends & Neighbors.

Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest consumer goods manufacturers, has a testing panel called Friends & Neighbors.

Sign up for Friends & Neighbors and you’ll receive invitations to test products and join focus groups, surveys, and discussion forums.

When you create an account, you’ll give your email address and must check “yes” that they can contact you by email. After you confirm your account, you’ll need to give your phone number and birth date. Read Johnson & Johnson’s Privacy Policy.


17. Receive school supplies with HomeSchool.

If you’re a homeschool family, apply to test products through HomeSchool. Fill out the form with your email address, and you’ll be contacted via email.

If your application is accepted, you’ll receive school supplies that your kids can try out and also review themselves!

You’ll need to provide your email address and name in order to complete the application. Read HomeSchool’s Privacy Policy.


That’s all I have for now, but I still have a couple of companies I’m hoping to get products from. I’ll be sure to add them as they come in, but if you know of any that I missed, please let me know in the comments!

17 Companies That Send You Products to Test for Free