Secret Key Multi Cell Night Repair Ampolue review

The Multi Cell Night Repair Ampoule caught my attention with its obvious bottle design. I was intrigued enough to Google this serums reviews when I was shopping during sales at There is a wide range of Korean beauty products available over there. Especially from the brands, that not so widely distributed here in Europe. I was surprised about how affordable the Asian beauty stash was over there. I did have to wait for my package for a few weeks but in the end, it was all worth it!

Dupe for Advanced Night Repair Serum from Estee Lauder?

Secret Key Multi Cell Night Repair Ampolue Serum
Secret Key Multi Cell Night Repair Ampoule

Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II is a high-end skin care item. It costs almost €100 for 50 ml in comparison with €14.50 for the same amount of this Secret Key’s serum.

I don’t think that anybody should expect the same skin treatment and anty-aging benefits out of the two. However, I do believe that consistent skin care, even if it is a just gentle wash and moisturising with Nivea cream every day, makes a visible difference along the years. It is just something that I have noticed with my parents and my aunts. Wouldn’t you agree?

Using fancy serum once a year doesn’t appeal to me. Sure it would be great to afford the best possible products out there, but for most of us, it is not a case.

Multi Cell Night Repair Ampoule Ingredients

Secret Key Multi Cell Night Repair Ampolue ingredients

This serum contains several active ingredients. Unfortunately, the majority of the text on the box is written in Korean. But I was able to find the complete list online.

Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Arbutin, Niacinamide, Alkohol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Methylparaben, Dimethicone, Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Xanthan Gum, Tomato, Camellia Sinensis, Vitis vinifera, Adenosine, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance. 

I am still learning to identify ingredients that my skin responds badly too. There are few here that are known for exaggeration of the acne, like Dimethicone and Triethanolamine. Luckily for me after using this serum every night for few weeks and sometimes even in the morning I haven’t noticed anything disturbing. In contrary, my skin seems to love this serum and I think it won’t’ disappoint you either.

The Multi Cell Night Repair Ampoule also contains plant stem cells. They are at the end of the list but still, should be in sufficient concentrations to do some good for your skin.

Grapes provide vitamins A, B and D to enhance skin resilience against the environmental pollution. Tomatoes contribute to the brighter and clearer skin. Catechin and tannin from the green tea will soothe your tired skin and absorb moisture.

Visible results

You can expect the immediate moisture boost to your skin right after first application. If you have subtle pigmentation issues this serum should be also of help. I noticed that my skin was getting brighter just after few days. I observe gradual evening of the skin tone. If you have acne scarring like me it might the product to try out.

If yo have more stubborn and deep pigmentation issues you can try more concentrated Niacinamide product. Actually, I was considering buying its solution from The Ordinary but I decided to wait for my current serums to be over. Also, The Ordinary product can be good if you have active acne. But I have never tried I before so I can only rely on the references from other users.

If you do not mind waiting for the delivery from the this serum might be very effective and affordable addition to your skin care regime.

You can use our affiliate link if you want to: Secret KeyMulti Cell Night Repair Ampoule 50 ml – € 14.95. 


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