Review: Klarity™ Lasertox CC Miracle White Lotion SPF 30/PA++

New obsession alert!

I’ve only been using this for a little over a week, and I’m seriously in love.

Luxola did send me this product to be reviewed, but I genuinely love this product. I know people are generally skeptical of “sponsored reviews” so it’s up to you to believe me or not. 🙂

I was actually sent two products, but the other one did not work for me so I won’t be reviewing that one. But I’m so glad this one worked so well for me, it’s become one of my staples in skincare and makeup, and I just feel like I have to share how beautiful this product is to you all!

So, what is this product?

The Klarity™ Lasertox CC Miracle White Lotion SPF 30 PA++ is a non-colorant/non-tinted CC cream – the first one of its kind! It not only protects the skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays, it also prevents aging, dark spots, and a number of other skin issues.

This product is:

  • Non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores!)
  • Paraben free
  • Waterproof
  • Suitable for face and body
  • Halal certified
  • Not tested on animals
  • Made in Korea

Read on to see my thoughts and demos on this product.

Disclaimer: This product was sent for review, however all opinions expressed are unbiased and are of my own. No commissions are received from purchases based on this review or from the discount code provided.


OK, first off – ingredients. You can skip this part if you’re not fussy about ingredients. Bottom line is – all of them were ranked Good to Best on Paula’s Choice. None of them were ranked Average or below, which is fantastic!

So, no need to worry!

But if you’re a curious bug, here’s a breakdown of the ingredients for you.

Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane & Dimethicone: These are different types of emollients & silicones and are rated “Good” on Paula’s Choice. These are needed in lotions because they give the product a “great deal of slip” and is a water binding agent that holds up well, even when the skin becomes wet.

Research also found that silicone does not clog pores, worse acne, or “suffocate” the skin. Most of these claims are myths or were based on anecdotal evidence. If you’d like to read more about silicones and its safety for the skin, click here.

Glycerin, Dipropylene Glycol & Butylene: Glycerin is probably the best humectant out there and is a fundamental cornerstone of most moisturizers, as most of us know. It basically attracts water from other sources and stores it on the surface layers of the skin. This substance is considered very safe because they naturally exist in the skin anyway. They’re known to prevent dryness or scaling, and helps maintain the outer barrier of the skin.
Niacinamide: Niacinamide is also known as Vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, and is rated as one of the best antioxidant/vitamin/anti-irritant/cell-communicating ingredients. So long as the skin is protected from the sun, this substance is known to improve the skin’s elasticity, enhance its barrier functions, erase discolorations, and revive its tone and texture.

This substance is recently gaining more popularity for its abilities to treat uneven skin tone, mitigate acne and red marks, and helping with wrinkles and breakouts in general.

Titanium Dioxide: This substance is known to be the best and safest sunscreen ingredient for all skin types – it is the least irritating of its kind. It’s famous for being gentle, that it is highly recommended for people with sensitive or rosacea-affected skin. It’s even safe for use around the eye area.

If you have acne or clog prone skin, it is preferrable for you to opt for sunscreens with Titanium Dioxide as its active ingredients. 

Rosa Canina Fruit Extract: Also known as Wild Rose Hips, this fruit extract is one of the spotlight ingredients of this product. It is a rich, natural source of Vitamin C and lycopene, and has high antioxidant properties, thus preventing cell damage from free radicals.

It is known to lighten hyperpigmentation, hydrate the skin, and has anti-aging benefits as well. It is even known to reduce stretch marks when used on the body!

Centella Asiatica Extract: Ranked as one of the best herb extracts, it has antibacterial, anti-psoriatic, and wound-healing properties.
Sodium Chloride: Known as a good scrub agent, this is primarily used as a binding agent in skincare products.

Phenoxyethanol: This is just a natural preservative substance and is rated good. It is in fact one of the least irritating of its kind.
Aluminum Hydroxide: A good synthetic emulsifier that serves as an opacifying agent and skin protectant, and poses no danger to the skin. 
Triethoxycaprylylsilane: Also a silicone ingredient and ranked good.
Chlorphenesin: A very safe type of alcohol used as a preservative in cosmetics.
Fragrance: I wish they’d specify what fragrance they use for this product. Some fragrances can be irritating, but some fragrances like pumpkin extract, lauric acid and rose extracts are considered the safest. Good thing this is the third last ingredient listed, meaning there’s not much of it in the product. Hopefully it’s rose extract (which I think is possible because this product already contains wild rose hips) because rose extract is very safe. The fact that this is the third last ingredient also indicates that there’s only a tiny amount of it, which is always good.
Disodium Edta: This is a good stabilizer used in cosmetics to prevent ingredients from binding with elements that can exist in water or other ingredients that will cause the product to change in texture, odor and consistency.
Diamond Powder: Aside from Wild Rose Hips, Diamond Powder is one of the ingredients in the spotlight for this product. It nourishes and refines skin texture, and immediately illuminates and adds glow to skin. This is the ingredient that gives the skin that instant brightening effect and it is the last ingredient listed because there shouldn’t be too much of it in a product. Too much of this substance can be abrasive on the skin, so it’s a good thing that it’s the last ingredient listed!


The packaging is seriously GORGEOUS!!! I love how tough and sturdy, but light, the packaging is. I’m also in love with the holographic surface of the tube.


The texture is very light, not at all rich or creamy, almost watery when warmed up. It also has a pleasant smell which wears off quickly.
It definitely doesn’t leave a sticky or greasy feeling on the skin, absorbs very quickly. After a few minutes kind of feel “powdery” sometimes, but this actually helps control oil – people with oily skin would love this effect! Drier skin types would need to moisturize before using this.

Application & Demo

After reading a few other reviews on this product, I notice that some people find the product to leave a white cast on the skin. I personally found this problem when I first swatched it on my hand, but I ultimately found a great way to apply this product without making it leave a white cast. Trick is not to slather the product on the skin and massage it in like you would with a conventional moisturizer.

A pea sized amount is enough for the whole face, a bit more if you want to apply on the neck too.

The first way I’d use this is by dotting the lotion on five points of my face (forehead, nose tip, chin, and cheeks) and instead of massaging it straight away into the skin, I spread the product by patting it all over the skin. Once I pat it all over, I slowly start to massage it in. So basically, avoid massaging a thick layer of the product – you’re better off massaging it in thin layers.

Sorry for the angry face on the far right image, I had an itch on my nose while I was patting this all over the skin and couldn’t scratch my nose. Not being able to scratch when you’re itching is probably one of the worst things ever. UGH! LOL.

Another way is to warm the lotion between the fingers like so.

Then pat this all over the skin. After patting it in, slowly massage any unevenness in. I can assure you I had zero white cast, and my skin is actually considered pretty dark in oriental Asian standards, but I had no problem with the lotion looking “too white” for me.

Also, some people complain about the texture of this not being smooth and easy to blend, but I personally find it quite easy if you apply it this way.

I tried taking before and after pics but they’re really bad – can’t really tell the difference although in real life the difference is actually visible. LOL. Bad photog skills. Need to learn how to take proper before & after pics in proper lighting. Sorry I’m still not an expert in photography. Hehe.

But do check out Katelyn Tan’s before and after pictures here! She captured them so well.


I’m generally very happy with this product, I love how I won’t have to wear face makeup to make my skin look brighter. 
My skin usually gets clogged pretty easily, and I can usually tell if a product clogs my pores after a whole day of using it because at the end of the day I usually get tiny bumps around my nose area – my most clog-prone area! But with this product, I’ve never had any clogging issue, let alone acne, so I’m beyond happy.

Since I’ve only used this for over a week, I can’t testify about its long term skin whitening or repairing effects, but even without those long term effects I would still use this product coz it’s such a wonderful brightening (not whitening) sunscreen.

I also love the subtle scent that it has. It goes away almost immediately but applying this on the skin feels so nice because of its lovely scent too. It definitely does not smell like a sunscreen typically would!

11-in-1 Multifunctions

I will now be reviewing its performance based on its 11-in-1 claims.
  1. Whitening: This does have an instant brightening effect – if applied thicker will make the skin look fairer. But as for the long term whitening effects, I still don’t know!
  2. Purify: Honestly have no idea! LOL. Sorry!
  3. Repair: Again, this can only be seen after a while, maybe in a few months’ time I’d be able to testify. However, the instant brightening effect does lighten some of my hyperpigmentations immediately.
  4. Firming: My skin definitely felt firmer, but not in the dry and tight-skin kind of way.
  5. Smooth: Skin definitely feels smoother – like a smooth canvas, when applied properly of course. Great as a makeup base, and even on its own.
  6. Soothe: Does feel soothing on the skin and calms any irritations/redness. I have a lot of redness around my nose area and this was immediately soothed and pretty moisturized.
  7. Hydrate: The one thing that this product is lacking is moisture and hydration, it’s definitely not enough for people with dry skin. But maybe because it’s created by a Singaporean company, it’s probably targeted for people living in hot and humid climates like Singapore. Too much hydration and moisture in a product will make the skin oily, no?
  8. Tone: Can only be seen long-term but again, this has immediately lightened the look of my hyperpigmentations, not necessarily diminishing it for good though.
  9. Anti-Aging: This, again, has to be tested for a longer period of time. I honestly ignore all “anti-aging” claims that any products claim to deliver.
  10. Sunscreen: My skin is very sensitive to the sun and without proper sun protection, my skin will tingle and burn easily. So whenever I am exposed to the sun and my skin does not have any reactions, I know that the sun protection is sufficient. I can honestly confirm that this product certainly has sufficient sun protection.
  11. Waterproof: As with all other waterproof sunscreens, it’s very difficult to test because they’re not tinted, unlike foundations and tinted moisturizers. 

Compared to my previous sunscreens

Before using this Klarity sunscreen, I’ve religiously been using my NIVEA Sun Protect Water Gel or Biore Water Essence sunscreens on top of my lightweight day moisturizer (Origins Ginzing) or the Avene Hydrance Optimale for days when I needed the moisture the NIVEA and Biore couldn’t provide.
I have sworn by Japanese water-based, gel-textured sunscreens for years and never thought I would use any other sunscreens, but in recent years when my skin has become so much drier I needed something with more moisture, which was why I had to use the Avene Hydrance Optimale on days when my skin needed more moisture, but I’m not at all obsessed with the Avene. Although much more moisturizing than the Klarity, it certainly has a much greasier finish and takes longer to be absorbed into the skin.

Compared to the Japanese water based sunscreens, the Klarity is of course thicker and less “wet”, but I love it because of its instant brightening effect and possibility of long term good results, while the Japanese sunscreens only have a sun protection function. You certainly get more with the Klarity and its finish is just as smooth.


This product can be purchased through Luxola here and retails for A$26.10 (30 ml) and A$44.10 (100 ml). You can get it for 20% off if this is your first purchase at Luxola by using the code LX-STEPH at checkout – this discount code applies storewide!
As of today, it’s currently sold out (which means it’s such a good product!) but they should have it restocked soon. I personally will be purchasing the 30 ml size!


Rating: 4.5/5

This product will be perfect if it can provide a bit more moisture and hydration throughout the day. So, half a point off for being a bit dry. Although if you live in a hot, humid climate and/or you have oily skin you would totally benefit from this!

But I’d still use this product everyday because of its skincare benefits and because I love its instant brightening effect. Good thing my moisturizer doesn’t ball up when I put this on top! If you’re going to moisturize before using this, make sure your moisturizer has been properly absorbed into the skin and is not greasy on the surface.

Luxola generously sent me the 100 ml bottle, which of course I’m thrilled about – but since I will be travelling this Christmas, I’m actually going to purchase the 30 ml coz it’ll be easier to travel with!
I honestly highly recommend this product, especially for people living in hot and humid countries – even without all its anti aging and repairing claims. The fact that it instantly brightens, provides waterproof sun protection, provides a great base for makeup (even looks great on its own) and smells so nice is enough to make me repurchase! I hope I can see great long-term results with this!

You can purchase this product here on Luxola. As I said before, although they’re currently sold out they should have it restocked soon. 🙂 Don’t forget that if this is your first purchase at Luxola, you can use the code LX-STEPH to get 20% off STOREWIDE!

If you decide to get this beauty, I do hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Disclaimer: This product was sent for review, however all opinions expressed are unbiased and are of my own. No commissions are received from purchases based on this review or from the discount code provided.

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