CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature

Review CC Cream with SPF50 | Hansaegee Nature

(Last Updated On: August 10, 2021)

I love (*cough* obsess) multi-purpose products. I have a lipstick that can be used as blusher and eyeshadow and it’s very convenient, especially if you’re travelling. What about I tell you that there is a CC Cream that is fit in your handbag and contained SPF 50+ PA+++, seems like impossible right? But, you’re here now for the review of Hansaegee Nature Gold Nano CC Cream.

I’ve heard about Hansaegee before, and I remember they’re the OG that sells authentic Korean products since 2011 in Malaysia. Then in 2016, they began to sell their in house brand, and the first product is the Aqua Whitening Cream.

ABOUT Gold Nano CC Cream

The Gold Nano CC Cream is a Tri-functional cosmetic product where it acts as whitening, anti-wrinkles and contains SPF 50+, PA+++.

So, there are tons of things that this product can do; one of them acts as a Color Control Cream (CC Cream). This technology change colour to meet your skin tone, where it brightens and give you a glowy skin naturally.

CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature
From left: With the cream / Without the cream
CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature
It’s a white colour cream, after blend slowly with fingers, it will change the colour that follows the skin tone of your finger.

They claim that it’s not oily, sticky and have a light texture.

Another thing that makes me triggered it they able to minimised pores appearance, so it will make your skin looks smoother. I have before and after photos of this so you can compare if it works or not.

I’m not a heavy makeup user, most of the times I’ll use concealer to cover my panda eye. With this CC cream, it can also act as a makeup primer or base, where it balances your skin tone and makes your makeup long-lasting. If you’re not makeup wearer, you are good to go just after applying this cream and lipstick.

CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature
You can see the gold particles in the cream!

Look how smooth the cream when it’s being spread!


After cleansing, apply this CC Cream as your last step to your whole face where it can act as your sunscreen and makeup primer.

If you want to know more about this product, click the link here to direct to SkinCarisma analyser.


My skin is sensitive for the past few weeks, so I decided to do a patch test before putting on any products on my face. After 24 hours, I notice that it doesn’t give any reaction on my wrist, so I put straight on my face.

The first thing that I notice is the texture. Although it’s a cream-based product, surprisingly it dissolves effortless and felt lightweight.

But, since I need to keep reapplying sunscreen every two hours, I noticed at the end of the day, my skin tends to be oily. So I do a test of how much oil there is in this product, and here are the results showed after 11 hours putting on the oil paper.:

CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature

Don’t be surprised because this is bearable as other brands contain more oil than this. From the ingredients below, I could classify it as chemical sunscreen.

6 UV Protection ingredients that available in this product: 
Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Octocrylene Ethylhexyl, Salicylate Ethylhexyl, Methoxycinnamate, 4-Methylbenzylidene Camphor and Titanium Dioxide.

In terms of minimising my pores, it does work on the first application! It’s the best thing that I’ve seen, and it’s all because of Niacinamide. This form of Vitamin B3 keeps your skin smooth and moisturise, hence minimise the pore appearances. It also got the brightening and anti-aging effects.

CC Cream with SPF50 Hansaegee Nature

Last thing that I want to tell you that this CC cream is free from paraben, alcohol and sulfate. With a quick note like this, hopefully, it can help you to decide to get one and try it for yourself. 😉


S+Recover Gold Nano CC Cream - RM128 | BUY IT HERE
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