How to post a Gifted Review?

On our platform, you also have access to Gifted Review campaigns in exchange for reviews left on Product Pages!

To validate a Gifted Review, there are a few steps that you need to follow:

Before leaving your review

After receiving your product, don't forget to go through these steps before leaving your review: 

  • Check the Brand's instructions, as they may give you indications on how to test the product(s).
  • Check the dates indicated in the Campaign! You might receive a product before it is commercially available. In this case, it is probably normal if you cannot access the Campaign links yet.
  • Contact the Brand if needed.


As soon as your Product is marked as "Sent," in "My Orders" section: you can leave your review.

However, we do recommend that you thoroughly test the product beforehand: indeed, you have 14 days to post your review.

Some campaigns indicate a specific time frame (the date of a product launch, for example). In this case, the link will not be available before the due date.

The link to post my review does not work?


  1. Prepare the most sincere and complete Review possible. To be valid, the review must contain at least 200 characters
  2. Click the "Validate My Review" button
  3. Copy your Review and click "Go to Product Page"
  4. Paste your review and make sure to take a screenshot before submitting it definitively. This screenshot will be necessary to validate the review!
  5. Click on the "+" and import the Review Screenshot
  6. Enter the rating you gave to the Product and tell us if you recommend this product

 Sephora campaigns - a few specifics

To ensure authenticity of reviews on, please read the following lines, as reviews may be rejected for the following reasons:

1. Automated or computerized content submission.

2. Reviewer was incentivized and did not make the proper disclosure:

  • Endorsements must reflect the honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experience of the endorser.
  • The reviewer must have been a bona fide user of the product.
  • Brands may not direct users on the content of the review including specific language, sentiment, and rating – even if you are incentivizing this action with product.

3. Reviews that are vacuous or have a lack of text (e.g., “YAAASSSSS!”).

4. Reviews that we have identified as having misinformation (e.g., review was meant for a different product).

5. In addition to profanity and derogatory words, reviews can be flagged for use of medical terminology, as this can be seen as giving medical advice.


Once your review is taken into account, your credit is available again.

You can order another product of your choice!

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