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New York Summer Essentials: Secret Outlast Clear Gel

Written by Kitty Bradshaw and posted in Tags: New York the beautiful,Sponsored Post


New York Summer Essentials: Secret Outlast Clear Gel

Secret Outlast Clear Gel

Hey House Cats-


So I had the opportunity to try out the new Secret Outlast Clear Gel deodorant which protects you from white marks and provides 48 hour odor and wetness protection.  I signed up for this campaign because I was curious to see if the Secret Outlast Clear Gel could hold up on the streets of New York.  For those of us who live here… most residents of NYC don’t drive.  We spend a lot of time walking, riding our bikes, or running to catch a train.  To live in New York, you must be very physically active… and with that being said, we need a deodorant that can hold up during our day to day activities.

Now outside of deodorant being able to hold up, we also face the challenges of white marks on our clothing.  I think that New Yorkers are more prone to white marks because 1. We are always in a hurry to apply it and run out the door, and 2. We lay it on thick to prevent foul odors, loll.  I have laid victim to white marks o more than a few occasions. As a result of that I have had to change outfits minutes before running out the door to go to work.



So how did the Secret Outlast Clear Gel challenge play out?  First, I started with an underarm facial which consisted of a clay mask treatment, and exfoliating scrub to remove all undetected residues from deodorants of Christmas past, loll.  Note:  I do this process regularly.  Next, I applied the Secret Outlast Clear Gel and continued to use it over the span of one week.  I did not use it every single day… I used it once every three days. Of course I showered and bathed as normal.

My test concludes that: Secret Outlast Clear Gel delivered everything that it said it could.  I did not find any white marks or residue from the deodorant on my clothing or on my skin for that matter.  I barely felt like it was there… it was almost disturbing how light it was.  I found myself being paranoid, sniffing my armpits in public to make sure I was protected, loll.  New Yorkers spend a lot of time in close proximity, so I dare not be that girl in public with the offensive body odor, loll.

My final opinion is that you all give the Secret Outlast Clear Gel a try, and see for yourself how dependable it is :)




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Brand Statement:

If you’re not using Secret Outlast Clear Gel, you’ve likely experienced a White Marks Fail moment of your own. Tweet your #WhiteMarksFail at @SecretDeodorant and try Secret Outlast Clear Gel for 48 hour odor and wetness protection – and no white marks.


Disclosure of compensation:

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Secret via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Secret.




About The Author:

ABOUT KITTY BRADSHAW: Kitty Bradshaw is an Online Influencer and Web Socialite that has been blogging for over 16 years. Upon moving to New York, she created a new blog on Bi coastal lifestyle, New York to LA move, and New York Cocktails which evolved into an online business called, and has since branded herself across the web. Over the last 5 years she has used the name Kitty Bradshaw to broker contracts and brand ambassadorships with Gap, Toyota, celebrity hairstylist Cocoa Mane, and currently Best Buy Electronics. Kitty has written for the Wendy Williams Show blog, hosted events for McDonald’s Corporation, and Johnson & Johnson. She has also worked with Bacardi Mixers, which led to her own signature drink called “The Kitty Bradshaw”. Black Enterprise featured Bradshaw as one of the top African American bloggers in the country, and she was recently featured on Technorati. Bradshaw uses her blog as a career vehicle to take her new places, and to meet interesting people. has organically amassed a network of 50,000 and counting, her approach is that of New York lifestyle from a California perspective. Bradshaw’s motto is, “Conquer New York, conquer the world.”

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