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Review: Klarity Lasertox CC Miracle White Lotion

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Introducing Klarity, a halal certified functional skin care brand (MFDS Korea Approved), which aims to fulfill beauty needs with professionalism. Teaming up with a group of dermatologists from Korea, the brand meticulously yield a harmonious blend of medical-grade ingredients and cosmetic-science with nature to make one look & feel good.

It's a relatively new brand in Singapore, and they have recently launched 2 product lines: V-line Series and Miracle White Series which can be found on Today I'll be reviewing a product from their Miracle White Series: Klarity Lasertox CC Miracle White Lotion. A rather interesting name for a CC cream don't you think? The packaging is simple yet attractive with the use of holography that further supports their interesting name: Lasertox.
Lasertox is a functional treatment methodology that brings one targeted treatment to improve specific concerns, by adopting the laser technology which reinforces efficient penetration of the natural beauty essences into skin's dermis layer. This is researched by dermatologists in Korea with formulae from France and Switzerland.
What drawn me to this product is the 11-in-1 multi-functions and the fact that it's halal, paraben-free, colorant-free and not tested on animals!

The 11 Functions
✔Whitening ✔Purify ✔Repair ✔Firming ✔Smooth ✔Soothe
✔Hydrate ✔Tone ✔Anti-Aging ✔Sun-screen ✔Waterproof
As the name suggests, it is a white lotion that comes in a squeeze tube which makes it easy to control the amount you would like to apply on your face. The lotion is lightweight, easy to blend and non-sticky when applied. It is said to give a tone lighter due to the enrichment of diamond powder but I find that it doesn't really lighten my skin tone, before & after looked more or less the same when applied on my face.
That being said, the lotion doesn't really cover up blemishes as it's non tinted so it is good to be used as a base before makeup for troubled skin like mine or if you can use it on its own for a natural look and protect your skin against the harmful UV rays with its SPF30/PA++.

Overall, I like the hydration it brings though there wasn't much oil control and I have to blot in about 2-3 hours but the floral scent, lightweight, easy to blend formula on top of the 11 functions makes it a good buy for a CC cream.

Klarity Lasertox™ CC Miracle White Lotion is available in 30ml (SGD29) and 100ml (SGD49) on


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