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How loyal are you to the skincare brands that you buy?

(4 Posts)
HannahBee88 Sat 31-Aug-13 12:49:57

Hi everyone,

I am researching skincare buying behaviour for my Masters thesis and would be absolutely thrilled if a few members would be willing to participate in the study.

Below is a link to a very short questionnaire that I've put together (it takes only 3-4 minutes to complete - I've timed it, promise!).

https://qtrial.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2cnWY9FTGa3mU8l

The study is of course entirely anonymous and you won't be required to input any personal information except for your age and country of residence if you wish to do so.

If you would like to know more about the research I am of course more than happy to discuss.

Thank you in advance for your help,

Hannah x

greenbananas Wed 18-Sep-13 20:50:37

Well, I did the survey but I'm sure my answers will seem quite contradictory to the person analysing them.

There was nowhere to say that I buy Nivea products because they are the only ones I have found that I can use without having minor allergic reactions which are rather unsightly and uncomfortable.

There was also no question about income levels, which might have been useful to compare with the questions about perceived quality and status of the brands.

PrincessFlirtyPants Thu 05-Sep-13 17:34:31

Done

SuperiorCat Sun 01-Sep-13 23:25:56

Done - not sure if you can change the survey, but I found that changing the order of the answers continually was a bit confusing

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