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SISELY Phyto-Blanc Spot Whitening

A surprise gift (apparently it's RM1200++) 

By far the best spot whitening serum I tried. 

Applied on the same spot every day and night. By the third day, the spot develop dry skin and flake off. The spot colour is lighter already. 

It really works and it doesn't "sting" at all.  

No wonder SISLEY is loved by all the tai-tai's and celebrities. 


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