I can’t confirm or deny if Cas’s tears are in my Secret Key Angel Tears Waterfull Cream but I’d like to think he sat over this little tube and sobbed his eyes so my face would be moist and hydrated.
Thanks Cas, I always loved you best.
Secret Key Angel Tears Waterfull Cream might be all gimmick but I love it none the less.
Ok, I admit it, I make little spreadsheets of skincare I want to try. I call them my Do Want lists. I basically have a spreadsheet for moisturizers, eye creams, and other skincare products that I want to try at some point. Most of them are gimmicky moisturizers that probably won’t change my life any time soon but one can hope that they’ll be amazing.
When it comes to Korean skincare my lemmings deepen because truly Asian brands promise the world when it comes to skincare and you utterly buy into that fact due to how fresh and incredible the promo models look in the advertisements.
Here are five moisturizers, including a Twi-hard one, that I want to try.
Secret Key Snow White Cream might seem familiar to you since I recently reviewed the Secret Key Snow White Milky Pack. This primer slash face cream contains a good deal of niacinamide which made it tempting enough to try.
Let’s take a look!
Secret Snow White Milky Pack is a facial mask I recently picked up from one of my favorite E-bayers. This was a tempting little morsel of a face mask since it contains niacinamide. Since it is a wash off pack you have to question whether that niacinamide is even worth the bother.
But apparently there is a method to Secrey Key’s madness.
Take a look!
I’ve been on my little CC Cream adventure lately and the latest one I tried was Secret Key Let Me Know CC Cream SPF 50 PA+++. Secret Key is a relatively new brand and I haven’t tried a ton of their products but a CC Cream seemed like a great place to start.
This like most of the CC Creams popping up in Korea promises a naked skin effect. In fact this is a fairly accurate description of these newer CC Creams formulas as they typically come in a single shade that self adjusts to a variety of skin tones in a lighter texture than you’d find in a BB Cream.
I personally recommend CC Creams for those with already good, blemish-free skin who want to perfect but not necessarily cover.
Read ahead for more details.